As House, Drum & Bass, and UK Garage music lovers venture back into Lichfield’s scenic and beautifully kept Beacon Park for the highly anticipated festival: Crooked House In The Park, round 2, they’ll be supporting an influential cause for the music industry.
This year, Crooked House In The Park wants to emphasise the importance of musical education. For hundreds of years,music has been an integral component of cultures. Music shapes our personalities, passions and plays a vital role in society. It also helps students perform better in other subjects.
To highlight this mission, they have partnered with several music colleges and academies to ignite the passion in the future generation of music producers and highlight the importance of music in our lives. Schools include DJ Gym, BIMM, Access To Music, ACM and BOA.
And after having outstanding success from the premier in 2021, the new go-to one-day wonder festival has promised an even bigger and better experience for those coming to support this mission.
A resident of the Lichfield district and former employee of the council commented on how exceptionally well run the 2021 kick-off was and the power it beheld to have a wide range of ages smiling and enjoying the day. You can expect nothing less this year.
It’ll be an exciting and unique day which will elevate your adventure in all shapes and forms, come and join over 5000 attendees on Sunday the 28th of August.
Whilst you’re two-stepping away, don’t forget to look around at the stunning backdrop, authentic cathedral and disco lights all around. With several stages, exquisite street food and bars, it’s a day you will not want to miss.
With headliners such as Armand Van Helden, Roger Sanchez, Goldie, Turno, DJ Luck & MC Neat and many more, there isn’t a better way to inspire the future of music.