The one and only Annie Mac has announced a series of mini one-day festivals across the UK, with the last of these all day raves culminating with a huge blowout at London’s Tobacco Dock on Saturday October 1st.
The first headliners to be announced for the London event include UK dance heavyweights Basement Jaxx, who’ll bring their big beat and house sounds to the sprawling warehouse location.
Joining the duo on the bill will be the imitable Paul Woolford, the larger-than-life Eats Everything, Daft Punk collaborator Todd Edwards, melodic don Kolsch, tribal house connoisseur Melé and many more.
"Welcome to the next endeavour for AMP - taking our experience of Lost and Found festival in Malta and creating mini-festival experiences in three of our favourite party cities - London, Leeds and Birmingham,” explains the Radio 1 DJ.
“Each party will have multiple rooms providing contrasting music both from live artists and DJs. In typical AMP fashion the line ups are musically diverse with legends and brand new artists sitting side by side.
“Get ready to experience new and brilliant music and to dance to your favourite classics, and best of all the parties start at lunchtime! Looking forward to seeing you all for some serious day raving".
With more acts still to be announced, the party looks set to be another stand-out event underneath Annie Mac's ever-expanding global repertoire.
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