Retro In The Park Expands to Two Days

Roger Sanchez looks left, before looking right and crossing the road to Retro in the Park.

House Music celebration, Retro in the Park has announced its expansion to a two day event offering more chances to get immersed in those unforgettable old school sounds and good time grooves at Towneley Park, the largest park in Burnley with 180 hectares of lush green rolling fields that will become a real party haven.

Each stage at the festival will have its own look and feel, with cutting edge production, punchy sound and immersive lights all bring each one to life in a unique way. On both days, the most authentic old school brands in the scene will host their own stage.

90s Baby will take fans back to that golden era like no other, with a wide range of the decade’s biggest live acts. Across the weekend the likes of Lange, 4 strings, Phats & Small, Baby D, N-Trance, Allison Limerick and a huge guest to be announced will all play.

Millennium Classics Dome is an event series dedicated to the sleek house sounds of the 2000s right up to the present day with all the biggest hitters lined up. Retro ravers can expect scintillating sounds from Soul Avengerz, Trimtone, Ben OC, Paul & Ben Taylor (Back 2 Back 3 hour set) and more across both days.

Retro is the cult and long running party helmed by Paul Taylor. It’s a cultured celebration of all things house from across the ages with plenty of classics and favourites from stars of the scene. He will play as well as the likes of Roger Sanchez, Lovely Laura & Ben Santiago, Brandon Block,  Jon Fitz & Abigail Bailey, Peter Heller, Judge Jules, Todd Terry, Graeme Park, Jon Pleased Wimmin, K-Klass (Live + DJ Set) plus live performances by Kathy Brown and Sandy B.

Angels is a well-respected and historic club brand that very much defined clubbing in Burnley during the 1990s. Across the weekend it represents all things house whether hard, funky, vocal or uplifting from John Kelly, Rob Tissera, Paul Bleasdale, Luvdup, Matt Bell and Rick Jones amongst more.