Groove Armada Headline Two-day Fulham Palace Festival

Outdoor live music over the end-May bank holiday weekend

Ministry of Sound Classical also appearingMinistry of Sound Classical also appearing

May 15, 2023

A weekend of outdoor live music is taking place at the end of May featuring live DJ sets from Groove Armada and Ministry of Sound Classical.

On Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May in the grounds of Fulham Palace there will be a host of dance classics being played.

Live at the Palace is a two-day dance music extravaganza which begins on Saturday with Electronic music giants Ministry of Sound Classical takung centre stage with a 32-piece orchestra performing iconic dance classics reinterpreted for the 2020s.

Other guest DJs include The Shapeshifters (still best known for Lola’s Theme), Tall Paul, K-Klass (from Wrexham) with their Hacienda nostalgia kick, and the producer, DJ and remixer Seamus Haji.

The following day Groove Armada will perform a live DJ set along with other acts such as the house music supremo Dave Lee ZR, Ashley Beedle (from X-Press 2 and the Ballistic Brothers), Lou Hayter (formerly of the New Young Pony Club electro band) and boogie dance specialists Raw Silk.

There will be street food and drink stalls with the gates open at 4pm both days with the music continuing until 10.30pm.

Robomagic Live, which is presenting this event, is planning another Live at the Palace weekend on 28-30 July, when Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and UB40 top the talent line-up.

Tickets for each day cost £55.70 plus booking charge or £223.90 for a VIP package which gives you entry to a pre-show reception in Fulham Palace’s Grand Hall as well a priority access to the after show event.

Event details and ticket packages are available on the Robomagic Live at the Palace website.

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