ABODE in the Park is now just around the corner on September 23rd, and the final line-up and stage breakdowns have been revealed for the essential one-day house party in Finsbury Park.

The latest additions to the festival are wAFF, Leftwing & Kody, Paul Woolford and Secondcity on top of Groove Armada, Lee Foss, Waze & Odyssey, Danny Howard, Steve Lawler, East End Dubs, Sante, Sidney Charles and many more who all line-up across nine spell binding stages, with ABODE’s taste making team of residents all supplying the world class sounds.

This annual event is an always sold out celebration of the freshest house artists of the day. It comes after ABODE have made a huge impact in Ibiza with their weekly parties at Amnesia on the Terrace, and after years of vital parties at London’s finest venues. No party is as exciting and energetic as ABODE right now and this year’s festival proves that once more across no fewer than nine fantastically unique stages.


Playing on the ABODE Main Stage will be the likes of the legendary Groove Armada (DJ set), chart topping house hitmaker Secondcity, ABODE residents GW Harrison, Ellie Cocks and Jack Swift & Devstar, while Danny Howard’s Nothing Else Matters Stage welcomes the man himself with Lee Foss, the ever shape shifting and peerless DJ and producer Paul Woolford, Waze & Odyssey and UK tech titans Leftwing & Kody all serving up a broad spectrum of house.

Steve Lawler’s The Terrace bounces to beats from Cocoon Ibiza regular and Drumcode associate wAFF, Will Taylor, My Cat Snoop, Mark Jenkins, Max Chapman, and The Warehouse stage welcomes a special back to back from Cuartero and Hector Couto, East End Dubs, Jimmy Switch, Sante, Sidney Charles and Nathan Barato.

Other stages include HotBed for VIPs, Little Festival’s Secret Garden and Love Juice’s The Box as well as The Bus and The Stable, with tens more innovative DJs from all across the house spectrum serving up sizzling sets that will keep you dancing from the first beat to the last.

ABODE in the Park is an essential date in the calendars of all house music lovers, and now it is just a matter of weeks away, so move fast before it sells out.