One of the planet’s best-loved and biggest-selling dance acts, Groove Armada headline Sunday with a special DJ set. Joining them will be Hotflush head honcho Scuba playing back to back with George Fitzgerald while Dutch wizards Detroit Swindle are added to Jackmaster’s Mastermix Stage.
Slam, who co-curate the event, will be joined by a mesmerising array of groundbreaking international artists over an unmissable weekend, including Sven Väth, Groove Armada, Nina Kraviz, Rødhåd, Jackmaster, Loco Dice, DJ Koze, Alan Fitzpatrick, Surgeon (playing an exclusive modular live set), Levon Vincent, Hunee, Ilario Alicante, Derrick Carter, Detroit Swindle, Paula Temple, George Fitzgerald b2b Scuba, Mr G (live), and Art Department.
World renowned Frankfurt club and label Cocoon, the notorious party crew who host Mondays in Amnesia each season in Ibiza, will return to their Scottish spiritual home on Saturday for the third consecutive time.
Jackmaster will be bringing his Mastermix Stage to a Scottish festival for the very first time. The Glaswegian people’s champion is headlining an adventurous lineup.
Over the last 5 years, Glasgow’s annual Riverside Festival has welcomed many bona fide legends alongside exciting fresh and raw talent to its beautiful location, with the iconic backdrop of Riverside Museum and the famous and historic Tall Ship.
For more information and tickets please go to http://www.riversidefestivalglasgow.com
The festival site is easily accessible from Glasgow’s city centre via underground, train, and bus. Glasgow Central Station has direct trains from all major UK cities and driving it is approximately 60 mins’ drive from Edinburgh, 140 mins from Aberdeen and 160 mins from Inverness.
For those traveling from outside the UK there are several daily flights from all major European cities to Glasgow Airport which is a short 10-minute drive from the festival site.