10 years ago, it was decided that there is a need to throw a great party with lots of fun, music and dance, so Love box came into being in 2002. The first summer festival was done in 2003 at Clapham Common for one day. By 2005, the festival had been extended to two days and moved to Victoria Park. This time more different types of musical acts and genres have been added along with more stages. In 2010, the Lovebox festival is expanded to three days and people pack the festival to the brim.
The music is the center piece of the festival and numerous different and innovative stages are set up for the event, including the Main Stage and the Gaymers Stage. There is also a Gaymers Cider and Music Bar which have a rooftop party. Other stages are named; the Relentless Energy Drink arena, The Stockade and The Bacardi Get Together. Finally there is the NYC Downlow, which looks like a New York City building. Other than the music, the festival has Fringe Street which displays art and other entertainment. The food and drink stalls can also be found all over the festival grounds to keep fans happy.
Summer - July (In 2012, the event has been moved to June in order to not conflict with the Olympics).
The Lovebox weekender is a three day event.
How to Contact
You can use the following email address to get in touch with the organizers:
General - firstname.lastname@example.org
Stalls - email@example.com
Grove Road, Bow, London E3, United Kingdom.
To check out all the ticketing option, go here. You can also call +44 844 844 0444 or +44 844 822 1233.
How to get there
The closest tube stop is the Mile End station. After getting off at the stop, head south west on Mile end. Make a right onto Grove and keep going towards the park. When you reach the roundabout, take the second exit to get to the festival. View Map.
There is a bus stop with the park called Victoria Park (Stop GA). You can use bus numbers 277 and 425 to get there. This will drop you right in front of the festival grounds. View Map.