Groove Armada (DJ set), Jackmaster, David Rodigan, Raleigh Ritchie, Channel One Soundsystem, Fabio & Grooverider, Horace Andy and Dub Asante Band, Dub FX, Pardon My French, Jah Shaka, Mr Benn, P Money, GotSome, New York Transit Authority, Shamir, and Matt Jam Lamont have been added to the line-up for Love Saves The Day Festival returns for its third year to a new location Bristol's Eastville Park, now as a two-day festival on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th May 2015, from 11am until 11pm each day with a 5,000 capacity.
Tom Paine, Festival Director, said, "We're thrilled to have Groove Armada headlining the festival on Saturday. We're upping our game with a new home, our best line-up yet and a bigger, better festival. This year is going to be a momentous one for Love Saves The Day.
"We still have a huge announcement to come about a very special Sunday guest so keep an eye out over the coming weeks and get your tickets while you can!"
Saturday's line-up will feature Jessie Ware, Ame, Artwork, Bodhi, Christophe, Craig Richards, Crazy P, Disciples, Dyed Soundorom, Felix Dickinson, George Fitzgerald, Gorgon City, GotSome, Hannah Wants, Indiana, John Barera, Julio Bashmore, K15, Kidnap Kid, Lapsley, Leon Vynehall, Maxxi Soundsystem, Patrick Topping, Rae Morris, Session Victim, Shanti Celeste, Sly One, Soundstream, Tale Of Us, Tayo, TCTS, Tourist, Vaults, Waifs and Strays, Will Martin, Work It, and WOZ.
Acts appearing on Sunday will include Azealia Banks, Artful Dodger, Babyhead, Barely Legal, Champion, Daniel Avery, Dark Sky, Dazee, Dismantle, Dr Meaker, Erol Alkan, EZ, Floating Points, Four Tet, Ghost Culture, Grandmaster Flash, Hodge, Joker, Jus Now, Kelela, Kiko Bun, Klose1, Loyle Carner, My Nu Leng, Newham Generals, Nice Up! Soundsystem, NYTA, Pinch, Ratking, Redlight, Shy FX, Skepta, Stormzy, Typesun, and Wiley.
For the line-up details as available see the Love Saves The Day line-up page.
Love Saves The Day is capitalising on its move to a bigger site by developing the non-music elements adding a new market area showcasing the wares of local designers, an Inflatable Church, the Bump Roller Disco, a programme of workshops will offer everything from 'vogueing' to pom pom making, and the 'Dance Off' boxing ring, Cocktail Caravan, and Karaoke Horse Box. New for this year, Twisted Theatre will bring their 'Space Cadet Experience' to the festival, taking revellers on an immersive performance led adventure into the realms of the unknown.
Ticket prices are currently £39.50 Saturday, and £35 Sunday.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
On Sunday thay are Crack Magazine, Dirtytalk, Durkle Disco, Dutty Girl, Hypercolour, Jam The Channel, People Like Us, Room 237, Shambarber, Shapes, Sip The Juice, Soulworks, Stamp the Wax, Studio 89, Teachings In Dub, Teak, The Dance-Off, Tight Laces, Trap Magazine, and Who Cares?
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