House and techno icon Steve Lawler will bring his inimitable talent, skill and passion to the Skiddle.com tent on Friday 20th July, showing the Wickerman faithful just why he's been at the forefront of his game since the days of his infamous motorway raves in the early 90s.
More acts today announced for the Skiddle.com tent include Wickerman favourite Ginny Koppenhol, Uber resident Ki Creighton, Matt Hinde, Kid Blast and a B2B set by Dance Lady Dance and Disco Dom.
These latest additions join already announced artists including Circus founder and international DJ Yousef, vibrant underground disco collective Crazy P, Kryder, BBC Radio 1’s ‘In New DJs We Trust’ Jordan Suckley, turntable wizard D.O.D., Filter Script, The Organic DJs, and a host of Funkademia regulars including ex-Coronation Street actor turned soul and funk DJ Graeme Hawley, veteran radio and club DJ and one half of Triple Dee - David Dunne - Wickerman regular Sonny Wharton, and Funkademia promoter and resident Jamie Scahill.
- Date: Friday 20th July 2012
- Event: The Wickerman Festival at Festival Site
- Venue: Festival Site
- Artists: Jordan Suckley, Yousef, Steve Lawler, D.O.D, David Dunne, Ki Creighton, Kid Blast, Ginny Koppenhol, Sonny Wharton, Dance Lady Dance, Crazy P, Newton Faulkner, Scissor Sisters, Texas, Kassidy, Organic DJS, Levellers, Cast, Duke Special, Graeme Hawley
Globetrotting house icon Darren Emerson tops the bill of the Bass Camp's Em-It Tent on the Saturday night. As one of the most influential figures in dance music, Darren will be bringing his unique talent to the Wickerman festival for the first time this summer. Original tracks, remixes and collaborations from the notoriously experimental Rcaine and a set by the hotly tipped Call me T are also set to be amongst the highlights. Scott McCormick, Liam Gordon and Ray McKinney complete the lineup of acts taking to the Em-It decks on Saturday.
Acts set to appear elsewhere at The Wickerman Festival this year include main stage headliners Scissor Sisters and Texas, The View, Levellers, Newton Faulkner, The Blockheads and Bad Manners.
Weekend tickets for The Wickerman Festival cost just £90 and are available through Skiddle below.
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