Jungle Curates


On 14 July, Brit-nominated duo Jungle will curate an open-air show on the grounds of the historic 17th-century Tofte Manor, 60 miles north of London. For the first time ever, they will create their own one-day show featuring a selection of their favourite artists, DJs, and collaborators. Putting their own spin on the scenic grounds with their production, décor and merch, Jungle Curates will be a full day of dance music against the backdrop of the venue’s labyrinth and Bedfordshire’s rolling countryside. 

Jungle Curates
Jungle Curates

The event’s line-up is a reflection of the duo’s trajectory, with BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac making her debut alongside the pair. The selection continues with Ross From Friends and DJ Paulette, as well as Ahadadream, Peruvian DJ/producer Sofia Kourtesis and London-based Mood Talk.


Currently riding the hype created by their latest album ‘Volcano’, Jungle have been part of the UK’s music scene for over a decade and in March, will be performing at the BRIT Awards in recognition of their nomination for Group of the Year. Following their single ‘Back On 74’, which has now hit 100 million streams, the duo have apparently been selling out shows across the globe and were the first act to sell out three consecutive DJ dates at Koko London in a single day. 


Presented as an idyllic retreat, Tofte Manor is a venue unburdened by the restrictive sound restrictions experienced at inner-city open-air events and has hosted some big names in electronic music, including Keinemusik, Maribou State, Dixon, TSHA, Floating Points, and the debut live set of Fred Again.


The event will be the final Tofte Manor party this summer from Labyrinth Events, who will also be hosting shows with Adriatique and the sold-out Fatboy Slim Loves the weekend before. 

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