Featuring Andy C, Pendulum, DJ Guv, Macky Gee, Danny Byrd, Hybrid Minds, Culture Shock, Current Value and many, many more…
The world’s largest drum & bass festival Let It Roll welcomes over 50 more artists to the genre’s most essential summer gathering… And tickets, with camping, are still just £100.


August 1 – 3 2019, Czechia: Let It Roll will host their 12th summer festival and, once again, it’s a full celebration of the genre’s full spectrum. Jungle to jump up, rollers to steppers, original pioneers to hot new-gen talent: Let It Roll 2019 will champion all aspects, flavours and chapters of the ever-growing genre and its unique culture.
Situated an hour outside Prague, Let It Roll attracts over 27,000 dedicated drum & bass disciples from over 100 countries and the final line-up will include over 320 artists. The new additions for the second phase of the line-up includes two of the biggest ever names in drum & bass: the currently unstoppable Andy C, who recently sold out Wembley Arena and a second season of 13 nights at London’s XOYO. And a hair raising, rabble-rousing DJ set from the biggest game-changers in the genre: Pendulum. The other new line-up additions are…
1991, 3RDKND, Akov, Bou, Bredren, Circuits, Culture Shock, Current Value, Cyantific, Danny Byrd, Dispatch 360 Sound (Ant TC1 & DLR), DJ Guv, Dossa & Locuzzed, Feint, Fourward, Hedex, Hybrid Minds, InsideInfo, Inward, Hanzo & Randie, John B, Kasra, Levela, Macky Gee, Maduk, Merikan, Neonlight, North Base, Pythius, Rene Lavice, Signal, Synergy, The Prototypes, Tobax, Zombie Cats.
They’re joining an already heavyweight rollcall of drum & bass music’s most influential and in demand acts: Noisia, High Contrast, A.M.C, Black Sun Empire, Calyx & TeeBee, Kings Of The Rollers, Mefjus, The Upbeats, Abis, Bou, Benny L, Document One, Dub Elements, GLXY, Halogenix, James Marvel, K Motionz, Kiril, Krakota, Malux, Magnetude Muzzy, Original Sin, Prolix, QZB, Redpill, Shimon, TC, Smooth and T>I who have already been announced for the one-of-a-kind event.
Let It Roll’s signature three-day session of D&B unity under the shadows of robots, portals and post apocalyptic space waste is an essential calendar date for the loyal drum & bass community. Renowned for its spectacular production and outer-planetary décor, it’s a truly unique experience that remains one of the most affordable and accessible events in Europe with flights from the UK still available at under £100 and ticket + camping prices at £100 (£80 ticket + £20 camping)
With two more line up reveals in store before spring, including more of the most influential acts the genre has ever known, tickets at that price are limited. Be prepared: The world’s largest drum & bass festival is about to get even bigger!

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