The famous Bud House Party will be giving festival-goers at this year's V2002 a taste of 'Budweiser True Music' with Felix Da Housecat, Soulwax, Howie B and Mr C taking to the True Music decks.
[l-zone4]Visitors to V at Chelmsford‘s Hylands Park can stop by the Bud House Party if they feel a little bit homesick for that good ‘ole house party spirit, or ‘jus’ chill, havin’ a Bud’ whilst soaking up the sounds from the Bud Bus.
[r-zone3][Innovative and kitsch, the Bud House features a full-size set complete with two bedrooms (featuring a “70’s disco bed”), an “easy” lounge, a “Grandma’s” kitchen and a bathroom, all promising unique fun and friendly vibe. Since its launch in 2001, the Bud House Party has played host to over 20,000 revellers.
Well, that’s the Bud House, what about the Bud Bus?
[l-zone2]For those of you who have never seen the Bud Bus in action, this enormous, white, double decker is a festival favourite that comes complete with top DJ’s on board to entertain the masses. Having already rocked the crowd at Gatecrasher’s Summer Sound System back in June, the next stop is Weston Park, Staffordshire with DJ conductors including Soulwax, Howie B, Mr C and Bent.
[r-zone1]The DJ’s playing the True Music double bill at V include Felix Da Housecat, now a veteran of the Bud House Party scene, who promises more of his electro inspired future funkiness. After an amazing set aboard the Bud Bus at Gatecrasher, Soulwax, the Belgian bastions of funk, promise to delight the crowds with more of the same bootleg mixing that has made them famous. Outstanding producer and DJ Howie B also returns once more, fresh from the Bud House Party tour earlier this year, to feed the crowd with music for the brain as well as the feet.
Virtual Festivals have teamed up with the Bud crew to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets to both the V2002 sites and, plus a True Music tent for you to sleep in! Click here to enter.