They join the previously announced The Martinez Brothers, Groove Armada (DJ set), Jackmaster, Richy Ahmed, Ben UFO, Joy Orbison, Artwork, Lemmy Ashton, and Harry James.
In other news Skream and Artwork will be hosting an after-party - tickets are an addiitonal £10 from the website.
Between rides, rollercoasters, arcades, emporiums, and even a scenic railway on site, there’s plenty to explore, with Dreamland promising a hyper-reality experience, all to be soundtracked by the biggest names in dance and electronic music. Ravers can revel in the surreal setting, dipping in and out of fairground fun between catching sets from their favourite DJs and live acts.
Tickets are priced from £35, and include unlimited access to the fairground rides.
Dreamland is the vision of design pioneer Wayne Hemingway MBE, and an underground scene boasting regular Sink The Pink parties and much more. Initially the home of a dance hall and a variety entertainment show in the late 19th century, the venue has seen performances from such legendary artists as The Who, Rolling Stones, T-Rex and Hawkwind.
Margate is easily accessible by train from London or any major UK city, and has plenty to offer in terms of location with a host of hotels, B&B’s, restaurants and bars to enjoy. For those wanting to make a weekender out of it, there are plenty of accommodation options in the local area.
More information will be here when available.
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Martinez Brothers, Richy Ahmed, Joy Orbison, Ben UFO, Jackmaster, Artwork & Groove Armada (DJ set)