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Goldie locked for rare techno set at Wigflex City festival 2020

The Nottingham festival returns with a host of heavy-hitters

Wiglex City Festival has locked drum & bass legend Goldie to spin a rare techno set for its 2020 edition.

Taking place on Friday 8th May 2020, the Nottingham festival is set to hit untouched venues around the city including car parks and basements.

Already confirmed on the bill are current DJ Mag cover star Josey Rebelle, plus Helena Hauff, Octo Octa, Leon Vynehall, Skee Mask, Giant Swan and many more.

Of the festival, founder Lukas Wigflex says: “Everyone thought I was bonkers to gamble everything I own on the first festival and I’m still undecided as to whether it was the smartest or dumbest decision I’ve ever made, but the one thing I’ve always been 100% set on is that there had to be a second instalment.”

For more information about Wigflex, and to purchase tickets, head here.

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We’re hearing a few rumblings about some potential big hitters coming in on deadline day over at Wigflex City HQ. Over to Kez White to find out more...⁣ ⁣ Super excited to announce that UK legend and Metalheadz OG Goldie, will be joining us with a very rare techno set.⁣ ⁣ The Infamous Nottingham raving crew, once naively coined as the most dangerous people in the UK; Nottingham’s own DIY Collective are confirmed to be returning to their hometown in May for a special all day session.⁣ ⁣ Mix one part Frankfurt with one part The Elephant and Castle, and you get the new wave of minimal infused UKG that Alec Falconer, Harry Wills and Rob Amboule have been at the forefront of. Super excited for this trio to be taking over their own secret basement for a 7 hour workout at this years festival.⁣ ⁣ With more deals being done behind the scenes, and final signings being confirmed next week, stay tuned to Sky Sports for all the Wigflex City updates live and as they happen. @mrgoldie @alecfalconer @harrywillsmusic @bobbydozen @benwelch17 @kieranhardcastle @raphaelachache

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