UKF Bass Culture is a one day event, that takes part in London at various times of the year.
Already known for their compilation albums of drum and bass, dance and electronic music, and with the same people bringing you one of the biggest dance music events of the year, this is a night not to be missed.
2012 events line-up
Artists confirmed so far are:
Chase And Status, Nero, Mistajam, Skrillex, Knife Party, Zane Lowe, Ms Dynamie, Camo & Krooked, 16 Bit, Ayah marar, South Central, DJ Fresh, Circus Records Showcase featuring Flux Pavilion, Docto P, Funtcase & Roksonix.
2011 line-up and past line-up highlights.
UKF Bass Culture 2011 - Chase and Status, Nero, Skrillex, Knife Party, Zane Lowe, DJ Fresh, Modstep, Feed Me, Camo & Krooked, Ms Dynamite, Digital Soundboy System and more.
Starting at 9pm and finishing at 6am, this all night party tends to take place in venues which historic significance in Britain's music scene.
When fans were encouraged to leave their review commentson the event's ticketmaster stub one fan stated "Awesome. Simply Awesome. If you're into D&B and dubstep and weren't at this event then....you're not into D&B or dubstep".
History and facts
In conjunction with UKF presents, UKF Bass Culture's debut took place in Alexandra Palace, London.
The first head-liner to be announced was Chase & Status and featured more up and coming act ranging from drum & bass, dubstep, hip hop and electro acts.
With the inaugural event selling out weeks in advance, there was obviously demand for a follow-up events, with the hope of more to come.
Music stages and other entertainment
Apart from the main stage, details have not yet been released regarding non music entertainment.
On site Information
Opening and closing times:
The event runs from 21.00 to 06.00, there is no re-entry to the event and no entry allowed after 04.00.
There is disabled access and toilet facilities available on site.
Cloakroom and cash point machines
There are cloakroom facilities however items left here are left at your own risk
Food and drink
Alcohol and food are not allowed into the venue. Food, alcohol and drinks will be available for purchase within the event.
If you are someone who is not picky and happy to eat fast food, there are plenty of cheap fast food outlets and chain restaurants in Brixton town
Drugs at the festival
Forum research and news stories have found that UKF Bass Culture has been dubbed an "open drug-taking and selling rave".
However Police are present, and anyone caught dealing, taking drugs or acting in an antisocial manner, with the Police evicting 50+ people.
Camping and other accommodation
There is no camping at the event as it is a one day event, so it is advisable to find other accommodation if travelling from outside of London.
Location and travel
2011 was held in Alexanda Place, 2012 is due to be held in 02 Brixton Academy.
The postcode for Brixton Academy is SW9 9SL, to find out where you can park locallly, click this link of areas to park in Brixton.
Brixton is the nearest tube station, which is on the Victoria line. Brixton Rail is also close which is served by Southeastern trains.
Bus routes that stop at Brixton Academy: 196, 333, 2, N2, 322, 345.