- Date: Saturday 7th August 2021
- Venue: Trent Park
- Address: Cockfosters Road
London EN4 0JY
- Music Policy: House Soul RnB Reggae
Following the outstanding success of our sold-out 5th edition, we are excited to announce that 51st State Festival returns to the picturesque Trent Park on Saturday 7th August 2021 for our 6th Birthday and biggest event to date!
51st State Festival will once again celebrate the roots of House music, pulling together the threads of this hugely influential sound, exploring classic house, tech house, afro house, garage, disco, soul, dub, dancehall and more. Your favourite pioneers from Chicago, New York, Detroit, London and beyond will be joined by the trailblazers of today. The 51st State Festival program is truly transatlantic, joining the dots between the US, the UK, Europe and the Caribbean.
As you have come to expect, the stellar line-up will be released soon, along with the stages so make sure you get your tickets early for the colossal 6th Birthday of 51st State Festival - a celebration of real House music! ❤
FIRST PHASE LINE UP ANNOUNCE
OVER 100 ARTISTS ACROSS 7 STAGES
Masters at Work | Body & Soul | Roger Sanchez
Todd Terry | Derrick May | Amine Edge & DANCE | Dmitri from Paris
Eli Escobar |House N’ HD | Jocelyn Brown | The Brand New Heavies | Jazzie B
Barbara Tucker | Lorraine McIntosh | Charly Black | The Heatwave | Wookie
Matt Jam Lamont | Majestic | Heartless Crew | Dreem Team | Todd Edwards | Ratpack
VIP and regular tickets available via Ticketline
51st State Festival makes its hotly-anticipated return to London’s Trent park on 1st August, celebrating its sixth year with some of house music’s most defining figures.
This year’s headliners include a trio of New York’s finest: Masters at Work — their only London festival performance of 2021 — Roger Sanchez and Body & Soul, plus a soon-to-be-announced special guest.
The New York natives will be joined by Detroit legend and techno pioneer Derrick May alongside house music royalty Todd Terry, House N' HD (Terry Hunter and Mike Dunn), Eli Escobar and the French ambassador of the genre, Dimitri from Paris.
Representing other cradles of dance music, we’ve lined up sets from dancehall pioneer Charly Black, Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B, UKG legends Todd Edwards, Wookie, Matt Jam Lamont, Majestic, Heartless Crew and Dreem Teem, and live PAs from the likes of The Brand New Heavies, Junior Giscombe, Rose Windross, The Cool Notes’ Lorraine McIntosh, and many more.
Having sold out in 2019, this year’s festival is set to be bigger and better than ever, so come join us as we celebrate London's only transatlantic house party.