The Dutch festival expands to a two day program, with the German trio, Theo Parrish, Matias Aguayo and Sten all confirmed to perform.
After three consecutive years as a single day festival at Utrecht's Paperdome, plus two winter editions, Source Festival will relocate in July to the 100-acre watersports area Nedereindse Plas. The number of acts and performances areas has increased accordingly, with five stages lined up for the Saturday, before it's scaled back to three limited-capacity areas on the Sunday.
Saturday's main stage will feature the dark, tough techno of Robert Hood and Marcel Fengler, alongside perennial festival favourite Joris Voorn, while the Kompakt area will host some of the Cologne label's biggest names like DJ Koze, Superpitcher and Tobias Thomas, plus live sets from Ada and Matias Aguayo. San Proper, Theo Parrish and Juju & Jordash will inhabit the house-flavoured Nomads stage, while Cinnaman, Brandt Brauer Frick and Legowelt will offer a mixed bag of electronic sounds over the remaining two stages.
The following day Berlin supergroup Moderat will provide an audiovisual feast, with some exclusive material for Source and Pfadfinderei's video art. Dial's Lawrence will also fire up his live show in the main arena, alongside a DJ sets from Clone head Serge and hometown boy Nuno dos Santos. The Nomads stage will showcase a number of live sets, including Robert Powlson and Tom Ruijg, while the Cult area will showcase Dutch DJ talent like Rik de Rooij, Sven and Tettero.
Pre-sale day passes and weekend passes for Source Festival 2010 are available now on RA.