Latitude’s late night i Arena line-up revealed!
Thursday 21 June 2012
excited to announce more of this year’s amazing late night line-up with DJs
booked on the i Arena, In The Woods and The Lake Stage.
On Friday evening i Arena revellers can party the night away to the best dancehall sounds courtesy of popular party crew The Heatwave, who will be bringing a little bit of Notting Hill Carnival to Suffolk.
On Saturday night the party continues with a live set from Mancunian Skittles, whose brand of breakstep, garage and electronica has been receiving lots of love from the likes of Mary Anne Hobbs and Toddla T. Legendary DJ Shy FX will also be rolling out the tunes, expect a flawless set jam packed full of classic jungle and drum ‘n’ bass cuts, plus everything else in between.
On Sunday evening Tuesday Born will be on hand to keep the party alive, the 21 year old Londoner will be causing a stir with his fresh and exciting mix of African influenced rhythms and ethereal electronic jams. BBC Radio 1 DJ Mosca will be powering the dance floor with a set drawing on influences far and wide – expect the hottest tracks from the worlds of dancehall, grime, bashment, garage and house. Serious party vibes!
Joining them is London beatsmith George Fitzgerald will be hitting the decks on Sunday evening, already racking up the fans for his distinctive dubstep, techno and house productions he is also a formidable DJ to boot. The perfect end to what promises to be an absolute belter of a weekend in the i Arena!
Plus there are plenty of other areas across the festival hosting the best DJs and electronic acts around to keep the crowds entertained. In The Woods have already lined up DJs Goldierocks, Norman Jay and Fat Camp for a party like no other under the cover of the woods.
Over on The Lake Stage Friday will feature Latitude favourites Huw Stephens and Moshi Moshi DJs, on Saturday Gareth Porter takes to the decks and rounding up the weekend on the Sunday evening will be all girl DJ group the Vinyl Vendettas spinning the tunes as the sun slips away.
Finally if cutting-edge electronic music is your bag, sets from Apparat, Walls, Dub Boy and The Field will all keep you dancing late into the night... see you there!
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