One of London’s best music festivals is moving to a new park – and has revealed its 2024 line-up

If you’re an electronic-inclined muso-head, there are few better day festivals in London than Maiden Voyage. Last year’s line-up boasted all-star names like Soichi Terada, Jyoty, DJ Sprinkles, VTSS, Moxie, horsegiirL and more, as well as an UNFOLD stage takeover by the famous Canning Town club

If you’ve been waiting with bated breath for updates on the next Maiden Voyage, we finally have good news. Not only has the fest revealed its first wave of acts – it’s also announced that it will be moving to a more centrally-located venue.

Maiden Voyage was previously at Lee Valley in the further reaches of north London, but this year it’ll leap south of the river and set up in Camberwell’s Burgess Park. The day festival’s 2024 edition will take place on Saturday September 14.

And there are already some massive names on the bill. Jeff Mills, Jayda G, Arca and Mall Grab are some of the most notable artists on a bill that spans not just electronic music but R&B, hip-hop, disco and pop.

As always with Maiden Voyage, there will also be big-name stage takeovers. PXSSY PALACE, Adonis, Live From Earth and UNFOLD are all hosting stages this year.

Tickets go on sale on February 29 and you’ll be able to buy ‘em on the official Maiden Voyage website here.

Burgess Park, Albany Rd, London, SE5 0AL

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