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7 ESSENTIAL CRUCAST ARTISTS YOU NEED TO SEE AT READING FESTIVAL

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The Crucast collective have been taking the scene by storm. They push a vital new strain of beats that include electro house, DnB, garage and more. If you’re not sure what to expect from their set at this year’s festival, we’re about to educate you. Be warned, if you’re listening to these tracks at work, you’re going to get the sudden urge to rave.

Skepsis

Skepsis BRINGS. THE. BASS. His gritty basslines and intricate rhythms have seen his rise to the top of the scene. Get a taste of what’s to come with ‘Hold It Down’.

Darksy

Check out this Darksy remix of ‘One Dance’ and make a disgusted look on your face when the beat drops – you know you’re going to want to.

Mr Virgo

Mr Virgo has been on the scene for a while, since the evolution began from 4×4. This remix is total filth and we’re loving it.

Bru-C

“Don’t try sesh with the crew if you’re an amateur.” Sorry, did someone watch us in the campsites last year? The vibes in this are unreal.

TS7

TS7 only produce bangers, and that’s a fact. Reading and Leeds is going to go OFF this year.

Lazcru

The trusted leader of the Crucast family, Lazcru has taken the iconic label from underground favourite to nationwide phenomenon and with a mix like this, are you even surprised?

Window Kid

Window Kid is the new big boy on the UK MC scene. If you need to get into his infectious style, start off with ‘BITS’ and you won’t be disappointed one little bit.

If you’re still not sure what to expect from Crucast’s set at this year’s Reading Festival, just know you’re going to have the time of your life listening to some seriously FILTHY drops. Make sure you catch them on the BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage on Saturday.

Don’t have your tickets yet? Saturday Day Tickets are sold out, but you can still cop some Weekend Tickets if you can keep up with us.GET YOUR TICKETS RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW

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Christmas Lights Switch On in Reading | Broad Street – 16 November

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The lead up to Christmas officially begins in Reading this weekend as the lights are switched on around the town.

Starting from Santa arriving on a motorised bed to light up the town and Broad Street Mall with thousands of Christmas lights, three new trees sparkle at the station, in Broad Street and The Forbury

Music in Broad Street to accompany the Christmas lights switch on:-

Jive Aces 12.30 -2.30 (X Factor finalists)

RASPO (Reading All Steel Percussion Orchestra) 3.00 – 5.00

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Magical Extravaganza | 30 November 2019

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Magical Christmas in Reading – Broad Street & Abbey Ruins

Part of Magical Christmas in Reading, join us for a day of entertainment in Broad Street and a night of music, boat trips, food, light and fireworks in the Abbey Ruins. With music from Ma Bessie, Dat Brass, Avenue and Flamenco Thief, a boat tour from Cast Iron Theatre and a lighting installation from Pif-Paf Theatre, all topped off with fireworks. This is sure to be a night to remember.

The event begins at 12:00 and runs until 18:00.

No alcohol on site. Bag searches will be in operation. 

Please be aware that this is an outdoor event therefore open to the elements.

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Christmas At The Oracle

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This Christmas, The Oracle will be transformed into a magical frozen wonderland!

Head to The Riverside and enjoy a series of wondrous wintry ice capades on our festive rink.

Expect music, dancing, storytelling and lots of festive cheer… perfect for customers of all ages to enjoy and best of all, it’s FREE!

Show times
Saturday 30th November – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm
Saturday 7th December – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm
Saturday 14th December – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm
Sunday 21st December – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm

FURTHER INFO
No need to book, simply turn up and enjoy the Christmas magic!

Please note, the ice rink is for performances only. No public skating is available.

LOCATION
The Riverside.

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