Dance Village line-up revealed for Glastonbury Festival

Calvin Harris, Peaches, La Roux, Deadmau5, Erol Alkan, Chase & Status, and many more

published: Tue 26th May 2009

Calvin Harris

Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June 2009
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£175 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Tue 2nd Jun 2009

The line-up for the Dance Village area at the Glastonbury Festival has now been confirmed.

Calvin Harris


Atomic Hooligan
The Dance Village's six venues offer a wide variety of dance music from dubstep withSkream & Benga (West Dance, Friday), disco from Futureboogie (Dance Lounge, Thursday) speed garage with MJ Cole (G Stage, Sunday) and even salsa with La Excelencia (Pussy Parlure, Sunday).

There are live-sets from Calvin Harris (East Dance, Sunday), Peaches (West Dance, Sunday), Deadmau5 (East Dance, Saturday), Easy Star All Stars (Dance East, Friday) and electro-pop sensation La Roux (East Dance, Saturday). Along with sets from DJs including Erol Alkan (West Dance, Friday), 2manydjs (East Dance, Saturday), Chase & Status (G Stage, Sunday), Josh Wink (West Dance, Saturday) and Iration Steppas (East Dance, Friday).

Playing over the various stages in the Dance Village on Thursday will be Annie Nightingale, Altern8, Jamie Jones, General Midi, Paul Arnold, Billy Nasty, Mystery Jets, The Qemists, Jim Masters, Futureboogie, Unabombers, Beardyman, Raffertie, East 17, Afghan Headspin, The Kleptones, Adsorb, Ella Chi, Herne, Vent, Groove Diggerz, Ben & Lex, Silent Disco DJs, Novak 3D Disco.

Friday sees David Guetta, Erol Alkan, Crookers, The Whip, Freeland (aka Adam Freeland), Annie Mac, SLAM, Ben Simms, Layo & Bushwacka!, Billy Nasty, Skream & Benga, WhoMadeWho, Easy Star All Stars, Iration Steppas, Dreadzone, Joe Goddard (Hot Chip), Tom Middleton, The Nextmen feat. Yungun, Chipmunk, Crazy P, Leeroy Thornhill, Mathew Jonson, Deepgroove, The Egg, Paul Woolford, Nathan Detroit, Giorgio Gatti Vs Edoardo Marvaso, Geezer, Ans, DJ Dhr Robijn, The Cosmonauts, Amanda Blank, Circlesquare, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Jalapeno Sound System feat. Smoove & Turrell, Salsa Club featuring Elephants, Swaparama, Burn The Negative, The Outlaws, Razzmattazz, Peyoti for President, Astroboy, Speech Debelle & The Therapist, Vladimir Steamboat, Jodie Harsh, Will Vegas, Randy & Earl's Old Record Club, Silent Disco DJs, Novak 3D Disco, Quiver, Urban Knights, and Steven Guts.

Saturday's line-up includes Atomic Hooligan, Commix, Rye Rye, Missill, Goldie Lookin' Chain (DJ Set), Calvin Harris, Mr. Nice, Maxfield, Ironik, Hudson Mohawke, NAPT, Danny Howells, Emperor Machine, We Have Band, Jam The Channel, Leo The Amateur, Ezra Bang and Hot Machine, Wonderful Courteous Gentlemen, Part Time Heroes, Boy Crisis, Evil Genius, Jon Hopkins, Lekiddo - Lord Of The Lobsters, DJ Bunjy, Lack Of Afro, Miss B, Salsa Club featuring The Alex Wilson Salsa Power Orchestra, We Don't Play, Baby Charles, Craig Charles, Nerm and D-Code, Bourbon Warfare DJs, The Parlure Cabaret, Mellow Star, Infinite Scale, Marshall Hackett, Silent Disco DJs, and Novak 3D Disco.

Sunday's line-up includes Calvin Harris, Peaches, Mr Scruff, VV Brown, Jodie Harsh, Beat Torrent, Rob Da Bank, Frankmusik, FreQ Nasty, Dirty Vegas, Quiver, Filthy Dukes, Wonky Pop, Kissy Sell Out, Don Diablo, Goldfish, Ou Est, Chris Coco, Chase & Status, High Contrast, London Elektricity, MJ Cole, Shut Up and Dance, Caspa, and N-Type.

Sunday also has the Bristol Rise Up! showcase featuring Joker & Nomad, Pinch & Peverelist, RSD, Smith & Mighty, Henry Louis feat. Jamo, DR Gaffa, Dub From Atlantis, Dub FX, DubKasm (live), Numb, and Sub-Universe. And the Wall of Sound 15 years present Infadels, Ocelot, Lottie, MPHO, Reverend And The Makers, Mark Jones, and All Hands On Decks.

The line-up announcement is completed with the addition on Sunday of Stuart Wilkinson, Transformer, Cyberfunk All Stars, Eveson, Bridgwater Reggae Soundsystem, Appleblim, Cheba, Dave Seaman, La Excelencia, Electric Ballroom, Rock Idol (live), The Parlure Cabaret, My Toys Like Me, Take It To The Bridge, and Bees Knees.

Returning in 2009 with six venues, the Dance Village opens early on Thursday evening with a secret line-up in the Dance Lounge and an opening party in the Pussy Parlure which is housed in a 1930's Spiegeltent, and will also offer comedic cabaret, burlesque, acrobatics, and fringe events.

Novak 3D Disco will be making its festival world premiere in the Dance Village, featuring high-definition graphics, and combining cutting-edge club music with a classic twist. Also, exclusively at Glastonbury is the 3D Disco meets Silent Disco for after-hours entertainment uttil the sun comes up.

The area is also home to the outdoor G-stage, the triple-domed Magic Bubbles, the Boudoir, make-over masters Bitch-n-Stitch, the Hair Hussies hair salon, and of course the East and West Dance Tents.

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This year's Glastonbury Festival runs throughout the five full days from Wednesday 24th until Sunday 28th June 2009 at Worthy Farm, Somerset.

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Wednesday 24th to Sunday 28th June 2009
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4AZ, England MAP
£175 - SOLD OUT
daily capacity: 150000
last updated: Tue 2nd Jun 2009

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