Nina Kraviz (headline billing).
Afrodeutsche, Ben UFO, Craig Richards, DJ Boring (live), DJ Seinfeld, DJ Stingray, Josey Rebelle, Kelly Lee Owens, Kosh (live), Mor Elian, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Moxie, Nightmares On Wax (DJ set), Octave One (live), Orpheu The Wizard, Ralph Lawson, Ross From Friends (DJ set), Shanti Celeste, Tristan Da Cunha, The Ghost, Willow.

A-future, Bobby, Dave Beer, Dimensions Soundsystem, Downtown Science, Cole Procter,

Baba & Ganoush, Elliot Holt, Efenar, Equaliser, Grainger, Imogen, Kag Katumba, Kepler, Kerouac, Krywald & Farrer, Lijero, Matt Long, Natalia Phipps, Passport To Paradise, Pleasure Connection, Rubik, Reuben, Serene, Sara Garvey, Sonny, Jesse Stone, The Native Project.

Parties hosted by:

Resident Advisor, Dimensions, Flux, Percolate, 20/20 Vision, Brudenell Groove, Brotherhood, Cosmic Slop, Love Dose, KMAH Radio, Mass, Pretty Pretty Good, Transmission Funk, Truelove.

  • inner city electronic returns for a 24-hour celebration of electronic music featuring live acts, DJs, talks and workshops including live master classes, new technology showcases and more.
  • The festival line-up includes Nina Kraviz, Nightmares On Wax, Motor City Drum Ensemble, DJ Stingray Kelly Le Owens, Ross From Friends, Ben Ufo, Craig Richards and many more.

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inner city electronic returns to Leeds for another citywide celebration of electronic music and culture on Saturday June 1st 2019. Taking place across a selection of Leeds-based venues, this year’s festival will run for 24-hours, mirroring Leeds’ cultural renaissance as a European-style 24-hour city. The first names announced for the multi-venue event include Nina Kraviz, Nightmares On Wax, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Ben Ufo, Octave One, DJ Stingray, Ross From Friends and many others.

inner city electronic will take place at 11 of the leading venues in Leeds including Brudenell Social Club, Church Leeds, Distrikt, Freedom Mills, Hifi, Hope House, Hyde Park Book Club, Old Red Bus Station, Sheaf St, Wire, The Wardrobe, plus secret locations to be announced.

With venues ranging from 250 to 1700 capacity, the festival offers a unique experience to explore the city across a range of parties and events, from small intimate art galleries boasting state of the art sound systems to terrace parties, industrial warehouses and even an 18th century church.

The festival line up will perform at venues across the city over 24-hours, running alongside a comprehensive daytime programme of talks and workshops at the conference, focused on musical development, music industry, culture and technology, which is yet to be announced.

Last year’s conference program featured masterclasses from the likes of KiNK and Prince Fatty, an ‘in conversation’ series of talks with artists Craig Richards, Paul Woolford and Midland and a range of talks and panels with numerous industry panellists. In addition inner city electronic played host to technology showcases from the likes of TPI Audio, Master Sounds, Pioneer, Rane, Akai and many more.