Year after year Let It Roll continually raises the benchmark for drum and bass events, with consistent top-quality lineups, and equally monumental visual production to the amazement of their loyal festival fanatics.
This is no doubt the reason that Let It Roll has garnered the title for being the world's biggest and best drum and bass festival, reaping the rewards for its ambition to be the genres' equivalent to Glastonbury.
Now looking ahead to its 17th year, 2020's edition looks set to trump previous outings, so here's why the festival is a must for all drum and bass fans.
A stellar lineup
With over 300 DJs and producers spread across 9 stages, every year's lineup is not only vast, but also saturated in world-class talent.
And alongside the highly-anticipated sets from drum and bass heavyweights, there's also plenty of artists from all D&B sub-genres to sink into. Whoever said you can have too much of a good thing?
Show-stopping opening ceremony
The now famous opening ceremony reaches new heights of both sound and visual production every year. And if the production is any more outlandish than last edition's, it's surely going to be a sight to behold. Take a look at the 2019 opening ceremony below.
A great location
With over 20,000 drum and bass revellers expected in 2020, the festival needs a fitting location. Recent editions have been held at the impeccable Milovice Airfield: a gritty, ex-military airfield that for three days became a drum and bass haven. Whichever location Let It Roll settle on for 2020, we're sure it'll fit perfectly.
Curated by some of the scene's best brands and labels
A variety of the world's best drum and bass brands and labels will congregate at the festival, introducing their own showcases and illustrating why they're regarded as the finest group of D&B minds worldwide – signing emerging talents within the scene as well as future headliners.
Beats Evolution Conference
This is one for you budding DJs and producers out there, with Beats Evolution Conference hosting daily mini-panels with leading industry professionals, DJ workshops and demo listening sessions, as well as Q&As with your favourite artists.
An opportunity to advance your producing/mixing expertise and chat to some of the biggest artists in the drum & bass scene alongside partying all weekend doesn't come round too often, so why not get involved?