Drumsheds London Closes Successful First Season — A Recap

As the first season of Drumsheds London comes to a close, it’s clear that Broadwick Live has succeeded in their mission to bring a groundbreaking offering to the city. Over the course of 14 shows, Drumsheds London has pushed the boundaries of guest experience, seamlessly fusing art, technology, music, and production. From Worried About Henry to Más Tiempo, each show has left a lasting impression on attendees, solidifying Drumsheds London as a must-visit venue in the city.

A 608,000sq ft space, with a 15,000 capacity week in, week out, was a brave undertaking, but Drumsheds has exceeded expectations and shouted loudly and proudly about what they are — especially with its bold creative campaign ‘BIG IS BEAUTIFUL’ featuring female bodybuilder Michelle Wilson, created by the Broadwick Live Design team in collaboration with Stink Films, and directed by Eoin Glasiter.

Worried About Henry

On Saturday, November 11, 2023, the festival was an explosion of pure vibes, with hands in the air, flames, singalongs, roars, and non-stop Drum and Bass music. It was an experience London still can’t get over. The lineup was nothing short of amazing, featuring talented artists like Culture Shock B2B 1991, Koven, Turno Presents Game Time featuring Dreps, and A Little Sound. But the highlight of the night was the London Exclusive of DJ Hype B2B DJ Dillinja. As if that wasn’t enough, we were treated to performances by Problem Central, RANDALL, TNA SHOWCASE, and BassLayerz B2B AMPLIFY.


It was a night to remember as the Electronic music community gathered at the iconic London venue on November 18th. The air was filled with anticipation and excitement as Jamie Jones, the renowned DJ and producer, presented Paradise on X, an unforgettable event that showcased the best of the genre. With an impressive lineup featuring Marco Carola, Hot Since 82, ALISHA, and more, it was a night that promised to take attendees on a sonic journey like no other.

Piano People

On Sunday 19th November 2023, London witnessed an incredible gathering of Amapiano enthusiasts in London. Drumsheds venue in Tottenham became the epicenter for every single one of London’s Amapiano-heads. Billed as the single biggest Piano festival in the world, the event lived up to its to its #10HoursOfGroove tagline, which proved to be no exaggeration.

Over the past three years, Amapiano, South Africa’s biggest new export, has taken the music world by storm. Its infectious beats and unique sound have captured the hearts of music lovers globally. The genre’s moment of glory was undoubtedly showcased at the fifteen-thousand-capacity venue, where fans experienced the crowning moment of Amapiano.

False Idols

On Saturday, December 2. 2023 the venue delivered a full lineup of incredible artists that was set to take the stage at a music festival that would go down in history as one of the most memorable nights for music lovers. Among the talented performers were the iconic Sugababes, the captivating SHYGIRL, the mesmerizing Eliza Rose, the dynamic DJ duo Job Jobse B2B Saoirse, and the ever-energetic Ross From Friends.

The Hydra

On Friday, December 8, 2023, taking command of Drumsheds’ three vast spaces – X ROOM, Y ROOM, Z ROOM – The Hydra and BICEP were set to curate a lineup of the highest caliber within the underground realm. The CHROMA A/V DJ presentation by BICEP, combined with heavyweight production, lights, and AV, delivered an audio-visual feast that transcends the ordinary.

KNTXT By Charlotte De Witte

The queen of Techno took owned the venue on Saturday, December 9, 2023. Keeping the high-octane cuts from start to finish, KNTXT showcase was a mesmerizing experience for those who enjoy the heavier side of electronic music. Highlights included Industrial Techno stalwart Rebekah, up-and-coming French selector TRYM, Adiel’s vinyl-only set as well as Charlotte de Witte‘s DRUMSHEDS debut and many more.


Sault took control of the giant place on Friday, December 15th, and despite most of the world knowing the band’s identities (Simz, Cleo Sol and Inflo), all the performers were masked for the event, which ran for two hours and was described by one fan as “like a ballet, a fashion show, a concert, an exhibition and so many other things all put together“. You can tell it was good.

Más Tiempo

On Saturday, September 16, 2023, the closing show of Drumsheds London’s first season was Más Tiempo, a night that celebrated the vibrant sounds of Latin America. From Salsa to Reggaeton, attendees were treated to a musical journey that showcased the rich cultural heritage of Latin American music. The atmosphere was electric, with the crowd moving in sync with the infectious rhythms.

Final Words

As Drumsheds London’s first season comes to a close, it’s clear that Broadwick Live has succeeded in their mission to bring a new offering to the city. The shows highlighted in this blog post are just a glimpse of the incredible experiences that Drumsheds London has provided to its attendees. Spanning an impressive amount of genres and styles, each show left a lasting impression on those who were lucky enough to attend.

Drumsheds London has truly redefined the concept of a live music venue, pushing the boundaries of what is possible and creating unforgettable experiences for music lovers. As we look forward to the next season of Drumsheds London, we can only imagine the magic that awaits us within its walls.