BBC Radio 1 stage lineup confirmed for V Festival 2017

Virgin V Festival 2017 today unveils two incredible line ups on the BBC Radio 1 stage, with some of the hottest dance acts on the planet featuring across both Chelmsford and Staffordshire sites.

 

STAFFORDSHIRE, WESTON PARK, FRIDAY 18TH AUGUST:

CHASE AND STATUS DJ SET, DANNY HOWARD, DUKE DUMONT, DISCIPLES, MISTAJAM, ANNIE MAC

 

CHELMSFORD, HYLANDS PARK, FRIDAY 18TH AUGUST:

ANNIE MAC, WILKINSON LIVE, NETSKY LIVE, RITON, ICARUS

 

FULL LINE UP ANNOUNCED SO FAR, 19th – 20th AUGUST:

JAY Z, P!NK, ELLIE GOULDING, STORMZY, CRAIG DAVID,

JASON DERULO, RUDIMENTAL, SEAN PAUL, PETE TONG, AND MANY MORE!

 

With the success of last year’s BBC Radio 1 stage, which opened the music proceedings Friday night, the much-hyped dance music line up is back once again to kick start what’s set to be one of the biggest weekends of the summer.

 

Friday 18th August is a night not to be missed as BBC Radio 1 DJs; Annie Mac, Danny Howard and MistaJam hit the stage. The trio will be joined at Staffordshire, Weston Park by a host of Britain’s biggest and best DJs – Chase and Status (DJ Set)Duke Dumont and Disciples.

 

 

One of the world’s most well-known drum ‘n’ bass duos, Chase and Status will be heading to Virgin V Festival fresh from an action-packed summer touring the globe.

 

Grammy nominated Duke Dumont will also step up to the decks in Staffordshire with his huge chart smashes, ‘Need U (100%)’, ‘I Got U’ and ‘Won’t Look Back’ which will set the pace for the huge evening ahead.

 

Rounding off a jam-packed night of live dance music is South London trio Disciples who soared to the top of the charts in February 2015 with ‘They Don’t Know’. The deep house act followed it up with their Calvin Harris collaboration on ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ and just last month released ‘On My Mind’ which MistaJam featured as his hottest record in the world.

 

In Chelmsford, Annie Mac will be overseeing the night to ensure that everyone is raving in Hylands Park. After electrifying Staffordshire crowds last year on the BBC Radio 1 stage, Wilkinson is back and this time playing to Chelmsford. With some of UK dance music’s most hypnotic tracks under his belt – this is not a set to be missed.

 

Also joining the incredible bill is Bristol based drum ‘n’ bass duo, Icarus. After blasting on to the scene in 2013, the brothers have continued to magnetise crowds with their sleek and unique sound. They’ll be bringing fresh new material, including the recently released ‘King Kong’.

 

Netsky will also be taking to the BBC Radio 1 stage, bringing his stream of dance floor beats to Chelmsford. Riton also stars, known for mixing some of music’s most notorious dance floor fillers from ‘Rinse & Repeat’ to ‘Betta Riddim’.

 

BBC Radio 1 will be live broadcasting the evening from Weston Park, Staffordshire to ensure that no one misses out on this incredible line up of chart topping anthems.

Hideout Festival announce 16 boat parties for 2016

With tickets on the verge of selling out for a sixth year running, Hideout Festival has now have announced the programme for their infamous boat parties. Taking place between 26th and 30th June, some of the biggest names and nights in clubland will be bringing their parties to the high seas. Taking a turn at the helm this year with their specially curated parties will be Bicep, Mu Nu Leng, Darius Syrossian, Eton Messy, Dusky, Hannah Wants, Eats Everything, Preditah, Danny Howard, Monki, Gorgon City, B.Traits, Jackmaster and Midland, and the now infamous Welcome to Hideout Sunday parties. 

With two already sold out pre festival boats, followed by daily boat parties every day the festival takes place, there are sure to be many highlights with an outrageous amount of talent and special surprises set to play. The specially curated parties from the best nights and artists in clubland include Do Not Sleep, Feel My Bicep, Metropolis, Notion, Nothing Else Matters, Eton Messy, What Hannah Wants, Edible, Monki & Friends, Gorgon City Kingdom, Mu Nu Leng & M8's x Thump, Future Sound, Dusky Presents and not forgetting Numbers x Graded. An unmissable part of the festival experience, Mixmag will be jumping on board to film three very special sets from the seas. 

Those who prefer to stick to dry land will not miss out, as Hideout Festival boasts one of its most eclectic line ups to date with artists spanning the breadth of the electronic music spectrum. Over 150 artists are set to perform across the five stages along Zrce Beach including Skepta, Jamie xx, John Talabot, Hot Since 82, Andy C, The Martinez Brothers and many more.
 
Day to night parties span across sea and land from the 26th – 30th June promising round the clock unforgettable entertainment. The daily pool parties kick off every day from 3pm – 8pm hosted by good friends of Hideout including BBC Radio 1, Paradise, Jackathon and Elrow. 

“To celebrate this year’s epic festival season, Smirnoff, the world’s most popular vodka brand, is proud to be the official vodka and partner with the biggest festivals across Europe including Hideout; teaming up great music and great drinks to make the week one to remember." – Nicholas Cornbleet – Brand Manager Smirnoff Europe / Diageo

Hideout Boat Parties Presented by Smirnoff – Tickets available at http://hideoutfestival.com/

Welcome To Hideout pt 1
Hideout residents- 
Grainger
The Sonic Emporium
Arkive

Welcome To Hideout pt2
Hideout residents-
Last Magpie
People Get Real
Nicola Bear

Metropolis
Preditah
Mistajam
Plastician
 
My Nu Leng & M8's x Thump
My Nu Leng
Zinc
Mak & Pasteman
 
Nothing Else Matters
Danny Howard
Friend Within
Apres
 
Gorgon City Kingdom
Gorgon City
Riton
 
Notion
Patrick Topping
Denney
 
Feel My Bicep
Bicep
The Black Madonna
 
Future Sonic Voyage
B Traits
Alan Fitzpatrick
Gardens of God
 
Dusky Presents
Dusky
Jasper James
 
What Hannah Wants
Hannah Wants
Sonny Fodera
Devstar
 
Do Not Sleep
Darius Syrossian
Hector Couto

Edible
Eats Everything B2B Lord Leopard

Numbers x Graded
Jackmaster
Midland 
 
Monki & Friends
Monki
Toddla T
Mella Dee

Eton Messy 
TCTS 
Eton Messy
Gotsome

Cream Ibiza lineup announce for 2016

The award winning Cream is preparing for another momentous summer season as it returns to Amnesia to take over Thursday nights on the white isle for fifteen parties starting 9th June through to 15th September, featuring an array of world class talent, debut performances and legendary residents.

As the longest running UK club brand on the island which celebrates its 21 year residency at Amnesia this year, the global dance heavyweights rarely disappoint and this year is no different as they deliver an A-list roster for the summer.   Terrace highlights this year include Fatboy Slim who returns to host his first everresidency on the white isle, bringing with him his own patented brand of ‘party acid house’ and general good vibes.   2016 also welcomes an array of Cream Ibiza debuts from some of the most dynamic forces in music today, namely Grammy nominated Diplo, as one half of Major Lazer and Jack Ü there are few artists as versatile or successful at bridging the mainstream and underground.   Next up is one of the leading figures in the global EDM scene Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki , plus a dance duo who have rocketed from an unknown entity to one of the most renowned dance acts in the world…Knife Party!  Other acts completing the Terrace line up include Duke, Amine Edge & DanceDJ FreshMark KnightDanny HowardPhilip George, Camelphat,W&WBoys NoizeJauzSander van DoornDeorro with still more names to be announced. 

Over in the Main Room the talent continues with residencies from Above & Beyond who will also be hosting a series of very special anjunabeats parties featuring big names from their stable, no Cream Ibiza season would be complete without uber resident Paul van Dyk who returns to the helm of the Main room for a series of seven exclusive dates.   Other performances not to miss come fromArmin van Buuren who returns to Amnesia after a 5 year hiatus,  Aly & Fila, Paul Oakenfold, Andrew Rayel, Cosmic Gate, Eddie Halliewell, Ferry Corsten, Gareth Emery, John O’Callaghan and Markus Schulz to name a few.

Following its overwhelming sell out success last year Cream join forces once again with Float Your Boat to provide the official sunset boat parties every Thursday featuring special guest performances from some of Cream’s big name DJ’s across the summer, for more info go towww.floatyourboatibiza.com.

***Opening Party***

Thursday 9th June

MAIN ROOM

Aly & Fila

Eddie Halliwell

Bryan Kearney

Will Atkinson

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

DJ Fresh

DJ S.K.T

Sean Hughes

 

Thursday 16th June

MAIN ROOM In Association with Electric for Life

Gareth Emery

Andrew Rayel

Ben Gold

Christina Novelli

Very Special Guest: Ferry Corsten

 

TERRACE

Steve Aoki

Sander Van Doorn

Kryder

Junior J

 

Thursday 23rd June

MAIN ROOM

Paul Van Dyk

Markus Schulz

Bryan Kearney

Standerwick

Maria Healey

 

TERRACE

Mark knight

Danny Howard

Philip George

Michael Calfan

 

Thursday 30th June

MAIN ROOM

Paul Van Dyk

John O'Callaghan

Jordan Suckley

Mark Sherry

Paul Webster

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

Danny Howard

99 Souls

Ben Santiago

 

Thursday 7th July

MAIN ROOM

Armin Van Buuren

Aly & Fila B2B John O’Callaghan

Marlo

Ruben De Ronde

 

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

Amine Edge & DANCE

Camelphat

Anton Powers

 

Thursday 14th July

MAIN ROOM In Association with Anjunabeats

Above & Beyond

Cosmic Gate

Ilan Blusetone

Grum

 

TERRACE

Steve Aoki

W&W

Curbi

Martin Jensen

 

Thursday 21st July

MAIN ROOM In Association with Anjunabeats

Above & Beyond

Mat zo

Grum

Gareth Wyn

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

Boys Noize

Jauz

Andy Mac

 

Thursday 28th July: CREAM IBIZA BIRTHDAY

MAIN ROOM

Paul Van Dyk

Aly & Fila

Jordan Suckley

Very special guest: Paul Oakenfold

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

Philip George

DJ S.K.T

Sean Hughes

 

Thursday 4th August

MAIN ROOM

Paul Van Dyk

Gareth Emery

Will Atkinson

Very special guest: Ferry Corsten

 

TERRACE

Line up to be announced

 

Thursday 11th August

MAIN ROOM In Association with Anjunabeats

Above & Beyond

Arty

Genix

Gareth Wyn

 

TERRACE

Knife Party

+ more

 

Thursday 18th August

MAIN ROOM In Association with Anjunabeats

Above & Beyond

Cosmic Gate

Grum

Rob Harnetty

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

Amine Edge & DANCE

TCTS

Jemmy

 

Thursday 25th August

MAIN ROOM In Association with Anjunabeats

Above & Beyond

Andrew Bayer

Grum

Jason Ross

 

TERRACE:

Duke Dumont

Tough Love

+ More to be announced

 

Thursday 1st September

MAIN ROOM

Paul Van Dyk

Aly & Fila

Orjan Nielsen

Ferry Tayle

 

TERRACE

Steve Aoki

Deorro

Jauz

James Dutton

 

Thursday 8th September: CLOSING PARTY PART 1

MAIN ROOM in Association with Ibiza Trance Event

Paul Van Dyk

John O'Callaghan

Bryan Kearney

Ibiza Trance Event DJ’s

 

TERRACE

Diplo

+ More to be announced

 

Thursday 15th September: CLOSING PARTY PART 2

MAIN ROOM

Paul Van Dyk

Aly & Fila

Will Atkinson

Very Special Guest: Ferry Corsten

 

TERRACE

Fatboy Slim

Mark Knight

Riton

Anthony Probyn

We Are FSTVL 2015 Review

Essex isn’t the typical location which global-touring DJs and electronic music figureheads Carl Cox, Seth Troxler and Steve Angello are used to playing. Though arguably more familiar with Vegas, Ibiza and European crowds, Upminster-based We Are FSTVL attracts the biggest names in house, techno and on Sunday, EDM.

Now in its third year, We Are FSTVL brings in 30,000 music lovers over its weekend. Think of it as the electronic music equivalent of V Festival. Cleverly targeted at the Essex party-going population, for an extra £40, a VIP ticket allows access to the VIP area – a regular festival feature offering that little bit more; there’s a separate VIP stage (Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records and MK’s Area10 host it respectively), hot tubs, hair salon, glitter and face paint stations and remarkably cleaner toilets, as well as higher viewing platforms back on the main site.

As one of the year’s first proper festivals, Saturday unsurprisingly sold-out in advance, while last remaining Sunday tickets were available on the door. Despite a windy start with grey clouds looming above, the weather stayed dry and summery; rare for a UK festival in late May.

Whilst the generously-sized main stage hosted the likes of Gorgon City and Solomun under sunny skies, Summer Festival Guide found itself at the Used & Abused stage for a great deal of the weekend. Creatively, the industrial design of an aircraft hanger made it seem as though we’d been teleported to an underground club in Europe; fitting for the dark and deep techno acts it showcased. A gargantuan three-hour set from Loco Dice made it near impossible to leave, while Drumcode Records founder Adam Beyer later delivered a set of intense, unrelenting techno. Most notable, its impeccable sound quality, remaining consistent throughout the weekend.

Elsewhere on Saturday’s bill, house sets from Simon Dunmore and Oliver Dollar on the Defected Records stage, and Redlight and Waze & Odyssey in the What Hannah Wants tent, ensured both were permanently filled. Meanwhile, globally-renowned DJ’s Seth Troxler and Carl Cox closed out the opening night on the main stage, respectively, each proving memorable highlights.

Seth’s acidic, techno-heavy set, complete with hypnotic swirling red and black visuals, saw the sun go down, before house music legend Carl Cox took the helm. Opening strongly with Deetron’s piano-house builder ‘Photon’, a sea of mobile phones lit up the night sky. The first person to majorly interact with the crowd, Cox encourages, “Carl Cox is in the house. Who’s ready?” as laser lights scour the audience and confetti explodes from cannons.

The only downside with We Are FSTVL though, is the non-camping policy, meaning that thousands of people need to be transported from the site back to wherever they may be staying. According to social media comments, people were reportedly left for hours on the roadside as shuttle buses and taxis struggled to cope with the number of attendees, though by Sunday this was far less of an issue.

As Sunday morning falls, so does the rain; but luckily only on SFG’s commute to the site. Once on-site, the ground is mostly dry as the sun steadily rears its head. The day’s first highlight comes from Dirtybird boss Claude VonStroke who, rare that he comes to the UK, delivers a crowd-pleasing set on the Paradise stage, dropping his own ‘Make A Cake’, ‘Barrump’ and Jesse Rose-collaboration ‘Bare Mountain’, proving Dirtybird as one of the finest electronic labels around; their forward-thinking, unique sound a clear hit with the Essex punters. Later, another Dirtybird affiliate, J Phlip, goes back-to-back with Huxley over in the VIP village, each dropping bass-heavy productions to a growing crowd.

Back at SFG’s favourite stage, the aircraft hanger, now hosted by Cocoon, Ten Walls and Sven Vath each deliver building techno sets; Sven’s hard-hitting sound complimented by female dancers spread across the stage.

At the complete other end of the electronic music spectrum, the main stage welcomes Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard before Oliver Heldens takes over, delivering an unexpectedly stand-out set. Mixing his own ‘deep house’ tracks ‘Gecko’, ‘This’ and ‘You Know’ with tracks from EDM’s biggest names the young producer’s clearly having a great time as he bopps around and shuffles in front of the DJ decks. It’s like watching a child in a sweet shop. “Let me see your hands Essex”, he shouts excitedly, before closing with an EDM remix of Ellie Goulding’s Love Me Like You Do. Unpretentious and heaps of fun, Heldens’ set is a great warm-up for the bombastic sounds of Knife Party.

Older fan –favourites ‘Bonfire’ and ‘Internet Friends’ mix well with a newer track which we are told is “for the UK family”; it sounds somewhat influenced by Major Laser. 15 minutes late, Steve Angello’s set begins with dramatic orchestral sounds and visuals as the former Swedish House Mafia member reveals that he’s travelled all the way from Sweden. Appearing like a silhouette throughout the show because of the strobe lights, he works the crowd with Robin S’ ‘Show Me Love’ and later, new single ‘Children of the Wild’ impresses.

Over in the Paradise tent, the sound parallels as Jamie Jones lays down chunky tech-house rollers by the dozen, whilst Mele’ closes out the Hospitality stage, leaving Shadow Child and DJ S.K.T to continue the party for VIP ticket-holders only in the Area 10 tent.

As We Are FSTVL comes to a close nearing 1am, luckily there’s a London-located after-party being taking the festivities through until 6am Monday!

We Are FSTVL continues to thrive as one of the UK’s best medium-sized festivals, offering a diverse range of electronic music over a usually sunny weekend. Here’s to 2016!

We Are FSTVL announce BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard!

BBC Radio 1’s dance music maestro Danny Howard has been added to what is already an incredible line up at this year’s We Are FSTVL. The UK tastemaker will bring his own brand of high energy big room house music to Upminster’s ‘Field Of Dreams’ – joining Sunday’s main stage gathering of Steve Angello, Knife Party, Steve Aoki, Amine Edge & DANCE, Heidi, Oliver Heldens and more – plus future talents Philip George, CamelPhat and As I Am also announced. 
 
Currently touring on behalf of his very first brand, Nothing Else Matters, and influencing the listening habits of thousands of fans worldwide across his shows for BBC Radio 1, BPM and Sirius XM, Danny Howard is a bona fide UK dance music lynchpin. Juggling a residency at Pacha, a regular column in DJ Mag and the promotion of his already #1 BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems compilation, Howard has somehow found time in recent years to produce tracks such as ‘Spire’, ‘MUG’ and ‘Apex’ on Spinnin’ Records, as well as collaborating with the legendary Paul Oakenfold. His production talents show no signs of stopping this year, with his remix of Dr Kucho! & Gregor Salto’s ‘Can’t Stop Playing (Makes Me High)’ being released imminently on Ministry Of Sound.

Also billed on Sunday’s main stage is 21 year old newcomer Philip George – the man behind the huge record ‘Wish You Were Mine’ which peaked at number 2 in the UK chart. On the rise duo CamelPhat are also set to feature on Sunday’s Paravana stage, as well as As I Am who rounds off the latest additions.  

Keep an eye out for further news on We Are FSTVL’s 2015 after party at Studio 338 which will be revealed shortly – with plenty more surprises in store before proceedings kick off on Saturday 30th May 2015.
  

Line Up
 
Saturday 30th May

 
Main Stage: Carl Cox, Gorgon City, Hot Since 82, Monki, Nic Fanciulli, Second City, Seth Troxler, Solomun
 
Used and Abused: Loco Dice, Adam Beyer, Enzo Siragusa, Recondite (Live), Tale of Us, Yaya
 
What Hannah Wants: Hannah Wants, Redlight, Cyril Hahn, Friend Within, GotSome, Kidnap Kid, My Nu Leng, Oneman, T Williams, Waze & Odyssey
 
Defected In The House: Masters At Work, Andrea Oliva, Oliver Dollar, Cristoph, Noir, Sam Divine, Simon Dunmore, Sonny Fodera
 
Toolroom Live: Mark Knight, Dennis Ferrer, Tensnake, Dosem, Purple Disco Machine, Shiba Shan, Tube & Berger, Wankelmut, Weiss, Mark Storie, Pete Griffiths
 
Clockwork Orange: Tall Paul, Brandon Block & Alex P, Trevor Fung, Andy Manston, Tristan Ingram, Danny Clockwork & Keith Mac, 2 Good Souls, Tony Grimley
 
 
Sunday 31st May
 
Main Stage: Steve Angello, Knife Party, Steve Aoki, Amine Edge & DANCE, Heidi, Oliver Heldens, Danny Howard, One Bit, Route 94, The Martinez Brothers, Philip George
 
Cocoon: Sven Vath, Dixon, Ame, Ilario Alicante, Popof, Ricardo Villalobos, Ten Walls
 
Hospitality: Camo & Krooked, DK EZ, MJ Cole, Toyboy & Robin, Etherwood, Fred V & Grafix, Spy, Metrik, Logistivs, Nu:Tone, Lynx, Krakota
 
Paradise: Jamie Jones, Marco Carola, Claude Von Stroke, Steve Lawler, Jackmaster, Richy Ahmed, Patrick Topping, wAFF, Russ Yallop, Mark Jenkyns
 
MK Area 10: MK, andhim, Anabel Englund, Ben Pearce, Beckwith, Dantiez Saunderson, DJ S.K.T, Dusky Huxley, J Phlip, Kant, Kevin Saunderson, Lee Foss, Pleasure State, Shadow Child
 
Paravana: Camelphat, Max Chapman, Senzala, Panda, Headspace, Anthony Lowther, Ollie Mundy, Melvo Baptiste, Russ Jay, Jnr Windross, Secondself, Shane Macauley, Jedd Barry
 

Introducing the newest festival – Mint Festival

 

The 10,000 capacity all day festival will feature four stages carefully curated by leading local club nights including System, Jungle Jam, Bitch, Flux, Bigger Than Barry and more. The line-up itself boasts a diverse array of the biggest DJs and live acts in house, techno, disco, drum and bass and mainstream dance.

Located just 13 miles from Leeds City Centre, Lotherton Hall is one of the UK's leading boutique festival sites having previously hostedhuge dance and University events in its impressive Edwardian grounds. Importantly, each stage will be covered so the weather can’t get in the way of the fun.

Given the reputations of anything to which the Mint team puts its name, this is sure to be a fantastically boutique opportunity to catch some of the finest electronic artists of the day in the lush grounds and impressive old architecture of Lotherton Hall.

[System & Flux]
Wolf & Lamb
Soul Clap
Jamie Jones
Seth Troxler
Reboot
Annie Errez
Aartekt / Jonny Cade

[Black Light]
Surgeon
Ben Klock
Adam Beyer
Sandwell District
Speedy J

[BITCH]
Eddie Halliwell
Michael Woods
Danny Howard
Third Party
Kryder 
D.O.D
Felix Leiter
B3
Dale Castell 
Mickey Nelson
& VERY SPECIAL GUEST TBA

[Jungle Jam & Bigger Than Barry]
Marky + Stamina MC
Joker
Hype + IC3 
Coki + Blacks
Drumsound & Bassline Smith
Hatcha
Adam F
Sigma

Tickets

Tickets are currently available from Ticket Arena. More online outlets + paper tickets will be available soon

Tickets for this event include a shuttle bus service from Leeds City Centre to Lotherton Hall plus return. More info on specific pick up points will be available soon.

1st Release: £27.50 *SOLD OUT*
2nd Release: £32.50
3rd Release: £37.50

Buy tickets now from Ticket Arena.

http://www.ticketarena.co.uk/leeds/lotherton-hall/mint-festival

 

XSTATIC Summer Festival 2012

Catton is a glorious private Estate, owned by the same family for over 600 years, and the 250 acres of surrounding parkland are a perfect setting for a boutique summer festival with 5 different musical arenas.

Bringing together brands like PaSSion, Storm, Xstatic and Secret Party Project, a huge selection of big name DJs will play including Riva Starr, Reset Robot, The Squatters, Judge Jules, Jon O’Bir, Fergie, Tidy Boys, Agnelli & Nelson and so much more.

As well as all the great music, We will be providing a professional team of Mixologists to make the worlds greatest cocktails Including Strawberry Daiquiris and Mojitos.

★ SECRET PARTY PROJECT & WEEKEND MILLIONAIRES HOUSE & TECHNO ARENA

★ RIVA STARR (Snatch! www.RivaStarr.com / www.elitemm.co.uk)
★ RESET ROBOT
★ DANNY HOWARD (BBC Radio 1)
★ THE SQUATTERS
★ NICK CORRELLI (MYNC Project)
★ JOE QUINN
★ JIMMY KENNEDY
★ ROB TISSERA (Kiss Da Funk)
★ JMF
★ RICKIE DEANE & DC ACOUSTIK (Yoruba Grooves)
★ STEVEN RICHARDS


★ PASSION TRANCE ARENA

★ JUDGE JULES (BBC Radio 1)
★ ANDY MOOR
★ GIUSEPPE OTTAVANI LIVE
★ AGNELLI & NELSON (Producer set)
★ JON O'BIR
★ GENIX
★ MARC WEST & ANDY BAGGULEY (PASSION CLASSICS)
★ GIO
★ DANNY BASS
★ DARREN PEARSHOUSE
★ ADAM WOOD


★ STORM HARD HOUSE ARENA

★ FERGIE (Hard House set)
★ TIDY BOYS
★ LISA PINUP
★ ANDY FARLEY
★ ROB TISSIERA
★ KARIM
★ JP & JUKESY
★ DEFECTIVE AUDIO
★ ADAM M & BEN STEVENS – A vs B LIVE
★ JIMMY DEAN & AMP ATTACK
★ LUCY FUR
★ ROSS HOMSON


★ XSTATIC TRANCE & HARD HOUSE ARENA

★ VALEX
★ KIRSTY LEE JAMES
★ JOHN KERRIGAN & SCORCHIO
★ ASH PRESTON
★ RICH HALPIN
★ ROB SOUTH
★ JAMIE HARRISON
★ CARL HOOD
★ LUSTY
★ VIC LIGHT & JASON KINETIC
★ PHIZZ & PSR
★ OZY & ASH


★ AMOUR HOUSE ARENA

★ STEVE THOMAS
★ ANN TSOULLI
★ JAMES CHADWICK
★ SAM JAMES & TDJ
★ JONNY BURG
★ MATTY MORRIS
★ MARK MILLS
★ INITIAL K
★ DANNY MORRIS
★ JOE MASINI
★ SHANE TATE
★ ADAM O CONNER