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The Bass Arena will be going crazy at this years when Rudimental hit the stage with their impressive DJ set at this years weekend two. Well known for their number one hits ‘Waiting all Night’ ft Ella Eyre and ‘Feel the Love’ ft John Newman. Rudimental have played at most major festivals this year and have set themselves as the festival must see on any bill.

Playing the alternating weekend one in the Bass Arena is the awesome Benga! Freshly back from playing an absolute blinder at Ushuaia for the Radio 1 Ibiza weekend at the start of August Benga is set to get the crowd down and dirty with some hard core dubstep and bass at this years event! Other additions to the Bass arena include Matrix and Futurebound who are well known for their hits ‘All I Know’ and one of the tunes of the summer ‘Magnetic eyes’, who will be playing both weekends. Joining them on both weeks will be the brilliant Monsta. In addition playing on weekend one is Brookes Brothers who’s current single ‘Carry Me On’ has just been released into the charts. Then playing the alternating weekend two is Kidnap Kid who has been touring festivals and playing in Ibiza recently.

In the Live Arena supporting The 1975 week one and Clean Bandit week two is The Other Tribe who will be playing sets at both weekends. Their hit song ‘Skirts’ is their ‘anthem to warm days; partying; and yes, girls in skirts’, which was released at the end of the summer last year and is guaranteed to get the crowd singing along! Then X-FM music guru Eddy Temple-Morris will host the Live arena on both weekends keeping the crowd firmly grounded in-between bands!

Joining Devlin and K-Koke in the Urban Arena on both weekends are DJ Cable and Cameo. Then finishing off this round of line-up additions is Rawkus Noise who will be heading up the Retro Arena on the Friday night! Re-cap: The UK’s biggest indoor winter music festival, returns to Butlins, Skegness, for its twelfth consecutive year. Hosted over two weekends 15th – 17th November and 22nd – 24th November and drawing up to 12,000 revellers, is the pinnacle end to the festival calendar, beating off the coming Winter blues and ushering in some really cool Winter months.

A choice of four arenas, each with its own music policy which changes up each night gives festival goers a choice of musical genres including commercial chart, house, urban, Live, old skool, remix, dubstep and bass. The line-up has boasted some of the biggest names on the UK music scene over the years and this year is set to heighten the bar even further with another mind blowing line up. 

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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