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DJs day at St Albans’ Verulamium Park

PUBLISHED: 16:05 16 August 2012

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A SHOWCASE of some of the finest DJs and producers from the district and beyond can be found at Verulamium Park next Sunday, August 26.

The latest in the St Albans Music in the Parks season, the annual Little Chill event has proved so popular that this year it has expanded to feature two stages – The Apply the Breaks stage located in the usual spot near The Inn on the Parks and the Ital Vibes Soundsystem next to the Hypocaust.

The focus at the Apply the Breaks stage will be on beats, breaks and funky vibes while the Ital Vibes stage will feature reggae, trip-hop and eclectica.

Featured acts on the day will be Beardo, Apply the Breaks, PsyBz/Crossover, Dombles vs Skwosh, The Ital Vibes DJs, Alphabets Heaven, The UR Crew, Sarah Purplelips, Sticky Fingers and Tokin’ Tone & Space Brother (Vivify Movement).

The event runs from 1.30pm to 5.30pm and admission is free.

Full details of all Music in the Parks events can be found at www.lemonrock.com/musicintheparks and www.stalbans.gov.uk/musicintheparks.

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