Arcadia - Saturday

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.

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This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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SATURDAY DAY TICKET (TIER 5) £64.69 (£57.50) Transaction fee applicable *

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WEEKEND TICKET £95.63 (£85.00) Transaction fee applicable *


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LOCKER TICKET £11.00 (£10.00)

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Arcadia London - 10th Anniversary Festival
Saturday May 5th 2018
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

12pm -10.30pm
Last Entry: 6pm

Leftfield Live
Sven Väth
Boys Noize
Eats Everything
Groove Armada (DJ set)
Max Cooper
Norman Jay
Paul Woolford

This May Day Bank Holiday weekend, Arcadia makes its hugely anticipated London debut at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Two incredible 360 degree immersive worlds will be the newest additions to London’s skyline, including a never before seen indoor experience. 

Saturday 5th May sees Leftfield live joined by the one and only Sven Väth and one of the biggest characters in dance music, Eats Everything. Iconic duo Groove Armada are back to work their magic for the biggest Arcadia event yet. Dusky popped their Arcadia cherry at Glastonbury 2017 and are locked and loaded to take things next level in London, whilst Boys Noize will be firing sonic electrons all over the spectrum. Completing the lineup will be the melodic futurism and minimalist funk of Matador, Max Cooper’s emotive journeys, Carnival legend and national treasure Norman Jay MBE and the enigmatic musical force that is Paul Woolford.


The highlight on both nights of Arcadia's biggest ever production will be the world famous Metamorphosis show. Fusing spine tingling theatre, high octane circus and the full Arcadia creative spectrum - it makes its highly anticipated London debut this May. There truly is no other show on earth like it.

Details of a second 360 degree immersive venue alongside the iconic 50 tonne Spider are still top secret, but it will be covered, allowing for a fully blacked out explosion of sound, light and performance from early in the afternoon. With more artists, installations and production details still to be announced, the show at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be the only opportunity to experience Arcadia in the UK this year.