Some of the most influential acts in modern British music will drop by Brighton Racecourse for one weekend this September.
Kicking off the double header on Friday 8th September are 80s legends Human League. Makers of huge international hits 'Don't You Want Me' and 'Human' the group have influenced some of the best-known artists around, including Moby and Pet Shop Boys. Support comes from Soft Cell's Marc Almond and The South, who will play all the greats from Beautiful South's back catalogoue.
Following them on Saturday 9th September is Hacienda Classical. A collaboration between legendary DJs Graeme Park and Mike Pickering and the Manchester Camerata orchestra, Hacienda Classical breathes new life into the house classics that made the infamous club so important in club culture.
Joining them are electronic duo Andy Cato and Tom Findlay, better known as Groove Armada. Having been at the top of the genre for over two decades, the pair have pumped out hits such as 'I See You Baby', 'Superstylin' and 'At The River' and will be a more than suitable accompaniment. Also on the bill is hip hop and acid house group Stereo MCs who made their mark in the 90s and have continued to tour ever since.