This May bank holiday weekend, Steel Yard returns to London. Organisers have confirmed they’re bringing the 20-metre-high superstructure back to the capital on 25 – 26 May 2019 – and they've revealed who'll be topping the line-up: dance pioneer Eric Prydz on Saturday; while techno icon Carl Cox is set to lead the bill on Sunday.
Prydz will be bringing the latest evolution of his live show – HOLO – to the capital, using the latest audio-visual technology to make a tourable holographic live experience, something he debuted in at Steel Yard at this 2018's Creamfields festival.
Plus, hype is building for Sunday's edition which will see the king of techno bring a touch of the Balearics to the UK for Carl Cox presents Space Ibiza. The full line-up for Sunday has also been revealed which includes Eats Everything, Nic Fanciulli, Richy Ahmed, Steve Lawler and Clara Da Costa.
Since its inception the 15,000-capacity Steel Yard superstructure has revolutionized the event experience for electronic music fans. Designed and created exclusively for Creamfields, it’s the largest of its kind in Europe and features ground-breaking technology and production, offering a unique experience for festival goers.
Last updated: January, 2019