THE line-up for GlobalGathering, the two-day electronic festival near Stratford-upon-Avon that was crowned Best Dance Event at the 2012 UK Festival Awards, has been announced.
There are live headline shows from artists including Plan B, Example, Disclosure, and special guest Rita Ora, sets from the world’s top DJs including Jamie Jones, Nicky Romero and Annie Mac, a brand new arena from BBC Radio 1Xtra, the welcome return of the likes of Carl Cox and UKF as arena hosts, plus major new production and site developments.
A GlobalGathering spokesperson said: “We’re building on 2011’s redefining event and 2012’s bumper weekend of unrivalled partying, sunshine and beats, and continuing to set standards for UK dance festivals in 2013.
“Not only are we widening the diversity of music on offer to ensure every electronic music fan’s taste is catered for, we’re elevating the new generation of headliners bringing together some of the world’s biggest superstars with critically acclaimed underground talent for you to discover in 2013. With two additional arenas yet to be announced and further investment on production inspired by our global travels, we’ve ensured we’ll give our crowds the best overall experience at any UK festival this summer.”
GlobalGathering will be held at Long Marston Airfield on 26th and 27th July. Tickets are on sale from today.
Live performances will also be from Sub Focus, Wiley, Netsky, Madeon, DJ Fresh, Modestep, Redlight, Delilah, Infected Mushroom, Scuba, K Koke and more.
There will also be DJ sets from Steve Aoki, Seth Troxler, Hardwell, 2manydjs, Ferry Corsten, Dash Berlin, Markus Schulz, Porter Robinson, Solomun, Gareth Emery, Maceo Plex, Bingo Players, Andy C, Jaguar Skills, Nina Kraviz, High Contrast, Aly & Fila, Danny Howard, Flux Pavillion, John Digweed, Sander Van Doorn, David Rodigan, Art Department, John O Callaghan, Erol Alkan, Heidi, Chris Liebing and many more.
Further acts are to be announced.
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