Outbreak Festival announces huge line up additions

Outbreak Festival added a shed load of acts to their line up. Check out the new arrivals, here.

Mike Warburton

Date published: 9th Feb 2015

Photo: Gorgon City

This weekend saw Outbreak's huge Summer Festival get bolstered by a ridiculous selection of dance music luminaries, joining the previously announced headliners Jamie Jones, Sven Vath, Steve Lawler and wAFF (read more on that, here).

Saturday 23rd May will star pop house giants Gorgon City, Saved Records' Nic Fanciulli, Patrick Topping and Secondcity alongside Jamie Jones on the main stage, with Sven Vath heading up the Sven Vath & Friends Arena, inviting Popof, Christian Burkhardt, Sascha Dive and Daniel Stefanik to join him in  a techno masterclass.

Bass music is in full effect with Shadow Child (relive his Essential Mix above), DJ EZ (find out why we love him, here), Doorly, Eton Messy, Friend Within and GotSome hitting the Breakout The Bass Arena, with Tribal Sessions getting a look in too with Darius Syrossian, Sante and Sidney Charles. Drum&Bass is on the menu with DJ Hype, Mampi Swift, Grooverider and Kenny Ken all hooked in as well.

Highlights on Sunday include a VIVa Warriors showcase helmed by Steve Lawler, Matthias Tanzmann and Cassy, with Apollonia, Davide Squillace and Derrick Carter (above) hitting the onefifteen stage. Defected Records join in on the action with Hector Couto, Sam Divine and Sonny Fodera, with more d&b goodness coming via Shy FX, Hazard, Zinc, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, DJ SS and Crissy Criss.

UK Garage gets a good look in when Artful Dodger, Preditah, Wookie, Wideboys and Pied Piper rock up in the Garage Nation Arena, with the Breakout The Bass Arena enlisting Redlight, Oneman, Amy Becker, Chimpo, Mickey Pearce, Mumdance, New York Transit Authority and Mella Dee, closing down the final day with absolute style. Head here for the full Outbreak Festival line up.

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