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7th Feb 2014 10:31am | By Editor
Top DJs, live acts and dance labels are headlining Sundown Festival, which takes place in Norfolk from August 29 - 31.
The multi-genre Norfolk festival will have a distinct electronic vibe this year, with electronic acts playing on both the main stage and dance stage.
The dance offerings on the main stage on the Saturday include dance experimentalists Chase & Status, who remain one of the most in-demand Sundown acts, and BBC Radio 1’s masterful DJ Zane Lowe.
UK rapper Tinie Tempah joint headlines the Saturday main stage, whilst Sunday will feature British electronic group Clean Bandit, whose hit Rather Be is currently No.1 in the UK charts.
Defected Records will host the dance stage on Saturday night, and the British label is bringing two of the most in demand producers and DJs of the moment: America’s MK, and Breach. Both MK and Breach are leaders of the new deep house movement that has swept through clubs globally. Sam Divine, resident of Ibiza’s famous Ushuaia club, will also DJ.
On the Sunday, Andy C’s RAM Records will take over the dance stage for a drum & bass spectacle, featuring Wilkinson, Calyx & Teebee, and the talented label boss himself. Both Wilkinson and Calyx & Teebee are currently riding high off the back of some recent big club hits, Sundown Festival has experienced phenomenal growth since its inaugural event in 2011, and is now considered one of Britain’s best music events to see out the summer.
For more info and to book your tickets, click here, or call 0871 224 1113.
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