Founded in London in 1992, Slammin’ Vinyl return this year to continue the Finsbury Park Festival story with Tranz-mission Outdoor on the 25th September.
From the promoters of some of the UK’s and the capital’s biggest ever events, from Labrynth to Bagleys to The Sanctuary, NEC, Royal Bath & West Showground, Alexandra Palace and everywhere in between, Tranz-mission represents the Past, Present and Future of the Rave Scene in London.
Already established with legendary events at Alexandra Palace between 2005 and 2010, it now has a new home at Finsbury Park under the cover of huge bigtop tents.
Our vast experience staging large scale events and festivals gives us a unique ability to give you something special with the highest levels of production available – something we always give precedence. This is London’s Rave festival of the summer!
2 legendary promoters with impeccable heritage within Drum & Bass, their roadblock parties have hosted every artist worth anything in venues such as Roller Express, The Astoria, The Rex, The Island, Wembley Conference Halls, SE1, Bagleys and Brixton Academy.
Celebrating 21 glorious years, Sun City is one of the original and best UK Garage promoters, holding events all over the capital, the wider UK and beyond into Europe. This massive line-up reflects the past, present and future of the brand with a whole array of special sets and live PAs.
One of the very first large-scale rave promoters from the golden era at the end of the 1980s, Raindance continues to fly the flag in 2016. Famed for it’s amazing atmosphere, come and see what a REAL party is all about!
25 years in the game and still going strong, Kool is a Rave Scene institution which London can be proud of. Over the last two and a half decades everybody who’s anybody has played on there.
Part of the original Alexandra Palace Tranz-mission events during 2005-10, and also doing standalone events at both SE1 and Koko, HH still continues to bring the harder end of music into the city.
(THE VIP ARENA)
Where it all began, the music that evolved in the late 1980s and continued to form the modern electronic music scene of today. Some genuine pioneers and true legends of the movement feature in this room.
Lockers are available at Tranz-mission Festival this year, provided by the Big Green Locker Co. The lockers are 250mm High x 300mm Wide x 400mm Deep. Lockers are operated using built in combination locks which you set when you arrive at your locker which gives maximum security! Lockers will be available throughout the duration of the event and are very popular so booking is always recommended.
There is also a phone charging service at the locker stand, head down if you are running low on battery! Book lockers below or click here.
We strongly advise using Public Transport to travel to the venue. Finsbury Park is located in a very heavily-populated area with little or no free parking available.
The nearest Train / Underground / Bus Station is Finsbury Park, and this is located literally across the road from the Park entrance. The station is served by the Piccadilly and Victoria lines, as well as trains going to and from Kings Cross. See nationalrail.co.uk or tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey.
Rights of admittance reserved. This event is for over 18s only.
To enter the festival you must be aged 18 or over. Everyone must present a valid ID when they arrive. The only accepted forms of ID are a valid, in date, passport, driving license or home office approved proof of age card that clearly displays the pass hologram. Full details are available here.
The bars will operate a challenge 25 system. If you look under 25, you will be asked to provide valid photo ID proving you are 18 or over. Please take it as a compliment and if you’re lucky enough to look under 25, make sure you bring your photo ID with you.
Photocopies or birth certificates will not be accepted and are not valid forms of photo ID.
Please do not come without your valid photo ID even if you are over 18, as you may be turned away if you cannot prove your age.
There is a strict no re-entry policy on the day. The event running times are 12pm – 10pm.
Please note that you cannot bring pressurised gas canisters into the venue.
You will be asked to surrender any canisters or be refused entry. You cannot bring any liquids into the venue, this includes eye drops and nose sprays.
You are allowed to bring prescribed medication on site when accompanied by a doctor’s note or valid medical certificate.
There will be cash machines on site. However, to avoid queues, we recommend bringing all the cash you expect to need for the day with you when you arrive. Cards will be accepted at some of the event bars.
After purchasing tickets, your E-Tickets are automatically emailed to the email address you provided when you bought them.
E-Tickets are sent by email from firstname.lastname@example.org – please make sure this email address is not blocked by your email account and if you do not receive your tickets, please check your spam and junk boxes if you can’t see the E-Ticket in your main inbox.
If you still can’t find it, you can login and download your E-Ticket again here:
If you cannot locate your ticket in your main inbox, spam or junk inbox and have been unable to locate it using the form above, please direct ticket queries to: email@example.com or call 0871 2887 250.
Please note that all tickets are non refundable and non exchangeable.
For tickets purchased directly from the United Festival website, please note payments will show on your card statement as ‘slamminvinyl.com’.
Last entry to the event is at 6pm
Finsbury Park is easy to reach using public transport. For the latest travel updates please use the TFL Journey Planner before you depart on the day: www.tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey
Travel By Tube
Finsbury Park station (Victoria Line & Piccadilly Line)
The nearest tube station to the festival entrance is Finsbury Park (Piccadilly & Victoria Lines). Manor House Station (Piccadilly Line is also only a 10 minute walk away.
Travel By Rail
Various National Rail services from Kings Cross stop directly at Finsbury Park overground station, please check the National Rail website for a timetable & to plan your journey: www.nationalrail.co.uk
Travel By Bus
Please use the TFL Journey Planner to view all available buses and to calculate your quickest route: www.tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey
Key bus routes stopping in the Finsbury Park area include: 4, 19, 29, 106, 141,153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, W3, W7
Please avoid travelling by car
We strongly advise travelling by public transport and leaving your car at home. There will be absolutely no parking available in the area and you will not be able to park within Finsbury Park.