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After rescheduling the 2020 event, organisers have confirmed that previously announced headline acts Jamie xx, Disclosure, Amelie Lens and Skream will be joined by a string of the world’s most “cutting-edge” DJs. The festival will return for its eighth year to the grounds of the iconic Zaha Hadid designed Riverside Museum on the River Clyde for three days from September 3-5.
Also joining the headline acts will be Ben UFO, Hunee, Call Super, Jayda G, Paula Temple, Ellen Allien, Palms Trax, Leon Vynehall, Éclair FiFi, AFRODEUTSCHE, and Anz, while co-curators of the event, Slam, will debut their brand new Hybrid Live show. Floating Points will also play live in Scotland for the first time, while Maya Jane Coles will play alongside Mella Dee for an exclusive back-to-back.
As well as announcing an unmissable line-up, organisers have made up for last year’s lost festival season by adding an extra day – making 2021 the festival’s first three-day weekender. There will also be a new stage showcasing what the team have hailed as the next wave of electronic artists: The Satellite Stage.
Grahame Ward, one of the festival’s bookers, said: “It’s somewhere new for us to involve the homegrown talent we have such an abundance of in the city. The artists are playing across the board musically and there’s names that some will know, and some won’t yet – that’s the beauty of it though – you go to see an act you love and then stick about to hear someone you’re going to be looking for info on afterwards.”