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Love Saves The Day are delighted to announce their line-up for 2015.

Taking center stage as Saturday’s headliner will be  Jessie Ware.  Joining her are Tale Of Us, the Berlin-based musical duo who are currently re-writing the rule-book for deeply moving, emotional electronic music will also be present, whilst Fabric resident Craig Richards takes over the Futureboogie stage, alongside Brighton deep house producer Leon Vynehall, the exceptional German duo Âme, and Maxxi Soundsytem, known for his classic house vocals and catchy grooves.

Other names on the bill for Saturday include London duo Gorgon CityHannah WantsTouristGotSomeGeorge FitzgeraldPatrick Topping. Elsewhere festival goers will be able to catch Bristol’s very own Julio BashmoreIndianaCrazy PDyed Soundroom, Soundstream, K15,  Will Martin, John BareraArtwork, Bodhi, Christophe, Disciples, Felix Dickinson, Kidnap Kid, Lapsley, Matt ‘Jam’ Lamont, Rae Morris, Session Victim, Shanti Celeste, Sly One, Tayo, TCTS, Vaults, Waifs & Strays, Work It and Woz. 


Day two of the Festival welcomes New York rapper, singer and songwriter Azealia Banks, along with one of the pioneers of hip-hop DJing, cutting, and mixing Grandmaster Flash, as well as the gorgeous R&B vocals and chilly, metallic production of Kelela.

The CRACK Stage will host an impressive array of dance music heavyweights including the diversely eclectic Four TetErol Alkan, Floating Points, Daniel Avery and Ghost Culture.

Add to this Skepta, Shy FXRedlight, My Nu Leng, Babyhead, Barely Legal, Champion, Dark Sky, Dazee, Dismantle, Dr. Meaker, Hodge, Joker, Jus Now, Kiko Bun, Klose One, Loyle Carner, New York Transit Authority, Newham Generals, Pinch, Rat King, Stormzy, Typesun and Wiley.

Renowned for elaborate decor and transforming installations, Love Saves The Day’s new site will allow for a greater level of production throughout as well as increased facilities and more local traders.

You can get tickets from lovesavestheday.org/tickets

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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