For those of you who have been going to Notting Hill Carnival, Sancho Panza needs no introduction — for 20 years Matt Brown and Jimmy K-Tel’s booming W10 T-junction was the sound system for Carnival enthusiasts old and young.
Having fallen foul of property developers the Carnival sound system went out with a bang in 2013, thankfully the organisers have annouce they’re making a welcome return — but this time as a fully-fledged, famly-friendly, festival just an hour’s drive outside London in rolling hills of Hertfordshire.
On the line-up is house music in all its shapes and forms, disco and a little Latin and jazz for good measure. A host of kids’ activities and many magical creative touches for which Sancho Panza is renowned for.
Camp Sancho are excited to announce the final additions to their debut festival — The Revenge and Ray Mang. These established DJs will join the likes of Crazy P (live), Faze Action (live), Pete Herbert, Stuart Patterson, Reverso 68 and more at the three day fun-fuelled party.
“It's the people first and foremost that make a great party, we've always known that. We know how lucky we are to have such a wonderful crowd of like-minded people to share something that we truly love doing,” explains Matt and Jim.
“It's going to be a wonderful weekend in a beautiful location, we hope you'll be able to share this weekend with us.”
Festival-goers can expect three days of family fun, great food, amongst stunning surroundings, with eco-saunas, hot showers, food stalls; (Crust Conductor Pizza Bus, Church Farm barbecue, Weston Spice Curry, Bliss on a Bike Handmade Lollies and Latin Street Eat) plus a farmer's market selling locally-sourced organic food, a well-stocked bar with ales, cocktails and more, and for dancing — a gorgeous traditional wood-canvas marquee with bar and dance floor.
For more details and tickets head here.
And check out some picture of the stunning site ahead of the festival which is set to take place from Friday 29th July to Sunday 31st July 2016.
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