The Drum & bass festival Let It Roll was supposed to take place at the beginning of August in Milovice, Central Bohemia.
The organizers announced today to have moved this year’s edition to August 5-7, 2021.
“This year’s summer festival was supposed to be the biggest in its history, and with this vision, the entire LIR crew has been working on it since last summer. We simply went “all in” this year because we wanted to prepare a festival you will never forget. We are all sorry that we have to inform you with heavy hearts that due to recent pandemic situation and official information from the Czech Government we are forced to postpone this year’s Let It Roll 2020 for the summer of 2021, specifically for August 5-7, 2021,” stated the official website.
All tickets, including services or tickets won, remain automatically valid for the next year, and tickets do not need to be changed in any way.
About Let It Roll
Let it Roll is recognized as the biggest and most influential drum and bass music festival across the globe.
As the fulcrum of the worldwide drum and bass, Let It Roll’s lineup represents the most important artists within the scene, showcasing over 300 DJs and producers across its 8 stages, all of which possess their own unique flavour and vibe.
Held just outside Prague, Let it Roll is all about unparalleled, expansive visual and sound production, ensuring that it retains the mantle of drum and bass’ finest event each and every year.
It started 2003 as an evening with the best music performers in the Abation club, Tocnik castle, or in factory halls.
In 2008, the festival went outside with the first open-air “Let It Roll Open Air” with 3000 visitors. The festival doubled that number the year after.
In 2011, it grew even more and that year brought 3 open-air and 3 winter festivals in three countries – the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia.