The Kane FM Presents Funky End Dance tent is home to all things electronic at GuilFest. From the moment the festival opens until it closes late at night, the tent will feature a awesome programme of cutting edge dance music with local heroes playing alongside some of the biggest DJs the UK has to offer. Expect full on dance music production - with top of the range lighting and lasers and a booming state of the art Funktion1 soundsystem!
This year the tent will be hosted by Kane FM – A brand new local community radio station!
See the line up pages for full details of who you can see here at GuilFest 2011.
Past stars to have graced this stage include: TinieTempah, Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Pendulum, DJ Yoda, Rusko, Tall Paul, Nero, Friction, Tom Middleton, Eat Static, Chris Liberator, X-Press 2, KraftyKuts, Hallucinogen, Plump DJs, Bez(from the Happy Mondays), DJ Phil Hartnoll(Orbital), Norman Jay, 808state, Freestylers, Liquid Ross, Far Too Loud, DJ Morph, Snowboy, The Loose Cannons, Stanton Warriors, Mr Thing, Aitch B, A Man Called Adam, Fabio &Grooverider, Adam F, Tayo, Scratch Perverts, Chris Coco and many, many, more!
About Funky End
The Funky End Bar in Aldershot Celebrates its tenth year of trading this year and its seventh year of association with the Dance Tent at GuilFest. Always keen to promote the areas DJ's every Friday and Saturday night, the Funky End also extends its entertainment genres to Comedy, Live bands, Open Mic and quiz nights.
The award winning bar offers a warm welcome in a cosy contemporary, safe and refreshing environment. Serving a wide variety of premium draught lagers, wines and cocktails, you can also chill out with a piping hot, creamy cappuccino and read the paper or use our free wi/fi. It's also a great place to come and eat with Gourmet Burgers a speciality.
The Funky End welcomes hosts Kane FM to the dance tent, an association that goes back many years ago when the their DJ's and MC's started performing at The Funky End Bar in Aldershot.
About Kane FM
Kane FM started life as a pirate radio station in the early 90's. The opportunity arose in 2004 to prove the demand for our service through an RSL (Restricted Service License). It lasted 28 days, was listened to in over 30 different countries, had approximately 77,000 FM listeners and represented the best in independent music culture, featuring Ram Records (Drum and Bass), True Tiger (UKG, Dubstep, Grime), Grant Nelson (House), and Low Life Records (Hip Hop), and hundreds of other labels, producers and DJs within the UK circuit. It has now grown into a not-for-profit community radio station to benefit the youth of tomorrow. All profits generated are used to drive social gain and community cohesion. On 24th February 2010 OFCOM awarded Kane FM with our Community Radio Licence, making Kane FM one of the few pirate radios' ever to make the transition to legal radio. Keep your ears locked on 103.7FM (our frequency). We commence test broadcasting soon...
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