Oakenfold in the open

dance in the sunshine at Homelands

published: Mon 12th May 2003

Saturday 24th May 2003
The Bowl, Matterley Estate, nr. Winchester, Hants., England MAP
£49
daily capacity: 50000
last updated: Mon 26th May 2003

Paul Oakenfold will be playing in the sunshine at Homelands from the Radio 1 Outdoor Stage, and will be broadcast live on Radio 1 during Judge Jules’s Radio 1 show.

The Outdoor Stage will also feature Fergie, joined by some of his 'Future Heroes' (Nic Faniulli, Petrae Foy, Jon O Bir, Jon Askew) - the new generation of superstar club DJs that he's been championing on his Friday night show.

From 5pm til 9pm Judge Jules and Seb Fontaine will be broadcasting live to the UK, and joining Seb on his show will be the German superstar DJ Timo Maas who brought us Azzido Da Bass 'Doom's Night'.

As well as the above, between 12midnight - 4am, an extended Essential Mix will be broadcast live, featuring sets from the various tents.

Last year the Outdoor stage was superb, the sunshine & Carl Cox's 3 hour headline set kept around 15,000 people out of the tents and dancing in the open air - and leading to more than a little burn-out.

With less than two weeks to go the weather is looking good for this year too, with forecasts predicting it to be dry, with temperatures well above average. Sunshine is expected for long periods. To keep your eye on the weather, check out what Metcheck are forecasting here.

For the full confirmed line-ups for Homelands - which includes live sets from Groove armada, Kosheen, The Streets and more - click here.



Saturday 24th May 2003
The Bowl, Matterley Estate, nr. Winchester, Hants., England MAP
£49
daily capacity: 50000
last updated: Mon 26th May 2003


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