Countdown to Corona SunSets Festival in London

By some absolute miracle, the UK has been blessed recently with weather that would make Ibiza residents jealous. We’ve had people melting into the pavements, BBQ’s, copious amounts of daytime drinking and burnt noses up and down the country. 

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It’s times like this that we want nothing more than to relax with some good music, good people and a nice cold beverage in one hand. Thankfully, Corona have got you covered.

July 30th see’s the ‘Corona SunSets Festival‘ hit London. The infamous party has previously been hopping from venue to venue around the world and now we’re lucky enough to experience it right next to the O2 in Greenwich.


Come 30th July, the area will be transformed into a magnificent beach haven, setting the scene for London’s biggest beach party to date.

To give music lovers a real taste of summer, real sand is being transported to London in order to transform the bustling metropolis into an artificial beach, providing the perfect location to celebrate the power of the sunset in a memorable way.


Now, what would a lovely summer day festival be without music?

As well as sand, palm trees and tropical bars, there’s a selection of world-class acts lined up to headline two main stages at the festival.  Acts include Robin Schulz, Felix Jaehn, Sam Feldt, Norman Jay MBE, Nightmares on Wax and Crazy P Soundsystem, The Him, Riki Inocente, Coco Cole and special guests Kungs, promising an incredible selection of music from chilled acoustic beach tunes to upbeat, melodic and deep house.


For the remainder of the summer, Corona will also be hosting a series of sunset events at a number of well-known bars and clubs around the country, including: Patterns in Brighton on 24th July, Rainbow in Birmingham on 6th August, Number 90 in London on 7thAugust, Last Days of Shoreditch in London on 21st August and Dalston Roof Park on 28th August, finishing with an end of summer celebration at The Watering Hole in Cornwall on the 3rd September.


Rewind That Track will be heading to the event on July 30th and live blogging, letting you know who’s laying down the smoothest mixes and what Corona are bringing to the capital.

All early bird tickets to the festival now sold out, but you there are a limited number of tickets still available for the one-day festival:

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