WORLDKINGS - Worldkings News - Europe Records Institute (EURI) – Let It Roll: World's largest drum and bass festival

13-01-2021

(Worldkings.org) Over 3,000 visitors arrived at the Oplatil sand pit in Staré Ždánice near Pardubice for the first year. Even more successful was the second sequel in 2009, when almost 4,000 people arrived at the festival.

Let It Roll is the largest drum and bass festival in the world. The term Let It Roll appeared on the Czech dance scene as early as 2002. Let It Roll began as a series of club events and subsequently took place in Prague's factory halls, which quickly became the most visited drum and bass events in the Czech Republic. 

In 2008, in addition to the winter edition of indoor events, the organizers decided to organize a summer open air festival. From the very beginning, the Let It Roll Festival differed from other festivals by its original design of stages, the appearance of which changes regularly, thus completing the unique atmosphere of the festival. 

Over 3,000 visitors arrived at the Oplatil sand pit in Staré Ždánice near Pardubice for the first year. Even more successful was the second sequel in 2009, when almost 4,000 people arrived at the festival. In 2011 and 2012, the positive trend was amplified by the attendance of 7,000 visitors.

As the fulcrum of the worldwide drum and bass, Let It Roll's lineup represents the most important artists within the scene, showcasing over 300 DJs and producers across its 8 stages, all of which possess their own unique flavour and vibe. 

Elite drum and bass labels such as Hospitality, Shogun Audio, and Technique host their own showcases making it the quintessential location to track your new favourites and the next potential headliners, alongside workshops and discussions with the genre's expert producers and industry professionals.

According to festicket.com


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