– Innovative music festival to attract youngsters to London this August

From: DirectRooms
Published: Sun Jul 18 2010

The Underage Festival and its Underage Club, started three years ago by organiser Sam Kilkoyne, himself only 15 at the time, strictly forbids adults to attend, making it hugely popular with thousands of young music fans. The show’s website promises a fantastic line up of bands, with Tinchy Stryder, MIA, and Ellie Goulding heading the list, backed by New Young Pony Club, Egyption Hip Hop and others.

Adults are not the only things banned, as alcohol and drugs are totally forbidden. Security is strict and attendees need to provide a parent or guardian’s contact number written on their tickets and must show their photo IDs at the entrance.
Tickets can be purchased on the event’s website.

A safe and enjoyable events is promised by the organiser, but booking hotel rooms close to the venue may be difficult, as most hotels in London are in the central areas and there are few in East London. Transport to the venue is preferable by subway line, as buses can be unreliable.

London’s Dockland with its exhibition centre offers a small selection of hotel London, but for families these are expensive may not be suitable. Early booking of available rooms is strongly recommended.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head at DirectRooms,com, comments, "Concerts aimed at young people are always booked to the brim and booking hotel rooms well in advance is usually necessary."


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