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Endoflevelbaddie to Headline Hull Trains Dead Bod Stage at Humber Street Sesh

10 May 2024

Legends of the regional music scene, Endoflevelbaddie, and his trusty MC, Player 2 will headline the Hull Trains Dead Bod Stage at Humber Street Sesh 2024!


The multi-award-winning festival will take place on August 3rd and will showcase over 100 acts of emerging music from the region along with critically acclaimed bands from further afield.

The Dead Bod Stage, which pays homage to the iconic Humber artwork has been supported by Hull Trains since 2018, will host the much-loved electronica veteran Endoflevelbaddie who has been a staple of the local scene for over 20 years.

Khalid Amin, Head of Digital & Marketing at Hull Trains & Lumo said, “We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Dead Bod Stage at Humber Street Sesh again this year. Working with our local community is really important to us and we’re delighted to see regional acts such as Endoflevelbaddie on the Dead Bod Stage. We’re looking forward to it already."

Mask-wearer and party starter, Endoflevelbaddie, paired with MC, Player 2, are notorious for their party vibe and non-stop energy.  Heavy beats, wonky synths and a sprinkling of familiar sounds and samples, along with high-octane wordplay and humour from Player 2, guarantee an enthralled audience. 

For their headline act at Humber Street Sesh, Endoflevelbaddie will be joined on stage by some familiar faces from the local music scene to power up their performance to a whole new level!

Mark Page, Festival Director said: “As we start a new decade of HSS, it’s only fitting that Endoflevelbaddie returns to the festival having headlined our inaugural festival back in 2012. Known as the original party starter, EOLB, aka Scott Langthorp, has been at the forefront of the local music scene for many years, working closely with young musicians at the much-loved Warren, whilst helping them gain a foothold in the music industry. On stage, along with Player 2, the electro daddy will undoubtedly deliver the goods and have the crowds bouncing at the Hull Trains Dead Bod Stage. It'll be 'off the wall' for sure.”

Humber Street Sesh 2024, Hull Marina, Saturday, 3rd August, midday-11pm

Tickets can be purchased via

General Admission advance tickets £20 (+booking fees) until August 2nd

Festival Gate price £30 – August 3rd

Free entrance for children 12yrs and under, when accompanied by an 18yrs+ fee-paying adult. 

Wristband exchange locations TBC