Groove Armada (DJ), Peggy Gou, Jon Hopkins (Live), Nile Rogers feat. Chic and Horse Meat Disco’s Severino are just some of the names that have been announced for Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire this August.
Galantis, Basement Jaxx (DJ) and Eli & Fur are among the new wave of acts added to South West Four's 2018 line-up.
The London festival returns to Clapham Common for its 15th outing on Saturday August 25th and Sunday 26th. More names added to Saturday’s bill include Icarus (Live), Detlef b2b Latmun and Will Clarke. Names added to Sunday’s line-up include Fine Art, Sam Divine, Flux Pavillion and Toddla-T b2b Redlight.
Uva festival is returning for its second edition this summer between 8th - 10th June just outside of Ronda, Spain.
Hosted on the scenic grounds of a 15th-century monastery-turned-vineyard, the limited capacity festival has announced a superb line-up featuring the man behind DJ Mag’s favourite album of 2017 Call Super, Regelbau’s DJ Sports and DJ Central, Hivern Discs’ CPI, Donna Leake, Ilian Tape’s Ski Mask and many more besides.
Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas has announced the theme for its 2018 edition along with its enormous line-up.
The bill for this year's festival is suitably huge, with Martin Garrix, Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, Green Velvet, Diplo, Porter Robinson's Virtual Self and many more locked to perform.
Disneyland Paris will play host to a massive dance music festival this summer. Electroland, which will take place on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th June, features a suitably huge line-up including Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Robin Schulz and Afrojack.
Also set to the play the open air festival, which celebrates its second outing this year, are French DJ Bob Sinclair, Swedish up-and-comer Klingande and more
The Prodigy have been announced to play Victorious Festival in Portsmouth this August, their only UK festival appearance of 2018.
The legendary rave trio will headline the Sunday night of the south coast festival, which runs from 24th to 26th of August. Other acts confrimed to play that day include Example & DJ Wire and Friendly Fires and more. Happy Mondays and Paul Weller are both locked to play on the Saturday along with the likes of Paloma Faith, Everything Everything and Billy Bragg.
With more and more clubbers wanting an “experience” when they go to a festival, Kala festival is offering something a little bit different with the festival taking place at an untouched paradise on the Albanian coast.
Not only is the location striking, the festival has locked in a stunningly impressive line-up for the beach event with the likes of Moodymann, Underground Resistance, Peggy Gou, Maurice Fulton, Secretsundaze, Jayda G, Mister Saturday Night and more are all confirmed for the festival’s debut on Wednesday 20th June to Wednesday 27th June 2018.
Lisboa Electronica is set to return this coming April with a veritable smorgasbord of electronic artists, industry talks and workshops for the festival’s second year.
Kicking off on Wednesday 4th April, the first day of the forward-thinking festival will be an industry focussed day, comprised of conferences and workshops at Ministerium Club in Lisbon.
All Points East, a new London festival from the organisers behind Coachella, has added a further 38 new artists to its already stacked line-up.
Joining current headliners LCD Soundsystem, The XX and Bjork, the festival has added the likes of Justice (live), Chromeo and Hunee to the festival’s already impressively diverse line-up.
Elsewhere, the festival will host performances from the likes of The Black Madonna, Omar-S, Shanti Celeste, Hercules Love Affair, DJ Tennis, Roman Flugel, Gerd Janson, Call Super, Mr G (Live), Fort Romeau and many more.
Brand new festival Nova Batida has revealed the first phase of the line-up for its debut edition, taking place 14th-16th September in Lisbon.
Put together by veteran promoters Soundcrash, the three-day event will feature Mount Kimbie, Gilles Peterson, Max Cooper, George Fitzgerald, Maribou State, Connie Constance, Owiny Sigoma Sound System and more.
The festival will be spread across two venues, the LX Factory, a converted factory turned creative hub comprising warehouses, roof terraces, bars and fashion outlets; and Village Underground Lisboa, a disused tram terminus.