August 13, 2012, 2:20 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The musical manifestation of coolness returns to Shoreditch Park once again this summer as 1-2-3-4 Shoreditch is back for its fifth outing in the East End. Haters of the mainstream, lovers of progressive modern art and contemporary music and purveyors of individuality should find just what they're looking for on 1 September in the form of this young and free music festival. Acts are largely unknown and underground hailing from all regions of the globe including locals in the form of DJs from Rough Trade, Brick Lane's record store/performance centre with originality.
Tickets are bargain priced at just £15 each and include free entry to after parties at Shoreditch's most frequented watering holes and dance floors such as Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, Electricity Showrooms, Bar Music Hall, Queen of Hoxton, Old Blue Last, The Joiners Arms and Mother.
To enjoy all the late night action LondonTown advises people interested in going to 1-2-3-4 Shoreditch to book accommodation in the capital in advance. To make the process easier and more affordable, it has exclusive discounts, directly bookable through its website, at some of the best East London hotels.
Thanks to savings of more than 80% LondonTown has made cheap London hotels a reality. On offer in the vicinity of Hoxton are the Thistle City Barbican Hotel and the Hilton Islington. The former is a three-star hotel in Clerkenwell with swimming pool, 24-hour room service and 12pm checkout. Rooms at this hotel are available from £62 per night.
The Hilton Islington Hotel London is on Upper Street, one of North London's most attractive thoroughfares complete with locally owned shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. This is a four-star property also with 24-hour room service 12pm checkout and WiFi. This hotel is available from £86 per room, per night.
Despite 1-2-3-4 Shoreditch being a small-scale event, LondonTown advises people to book early as the London Paralymic Games will be taking place in East London at the same time therefore London hotels in the area are likely to fill up early.