Bloc, mulletover and Disco Bloodbath have all been invited to host arenas at their May Bank Holiday parties.
As with their previous events, they've drafted in some of the country's biggest promoters to take over a room, resulting in two rather large line-ups that should appeal to a wide variety of clubgoers. Saturday night's main room will be taken over by the people behind last month's Bloc Weekender festival, and they've decided to cater to disco, dubstep and techno fans with their programming. Appleblim and Zomby will be booming out their bass-heavy shenanigans, whilst Robert Henke will be bringing his Monodeck along for one of his much-feted live shows as Monolake. Metro Area will also be making up for missing their flight from Dublin, and thus their set at the festival, by returning to the UK for a rare DJ set.
If Bloc don't have enough bass for you in their room, then it's more than likely that Dublime will. Mixing drum & bass (D-Bridge), jungle (Congo Natty), dubstep (Reso) and techno (Andy Stott, Brendon Moeller), revellers looking for some chest rattling action should look no further. Eclectic party crew Man Make Music will complete the bill with an appearance from San Franciscan jacker Justin Martin.
Sunday's event is dedicated to slightly smoother sounds, with mulletover, Disco Bloodbath and Freak'n'Chic all coming together to help the capital's party animals maximise their Monday off work. Dutch tech-house stalwart 2000 & One and Fabric resident Craig Richards will take the reins in mulletover's room, whilst Freak'n'Chic will showcase their sleek dance floor electronics with performances from Shonky, Seuil and label boss Dan Ghenacia. Edit wizard Loud E will be aiding the discofied decadence in the Disco Bloodbath room, and all three of their residents will also be present to show off their selection skills that you got the chance to sample on their RA podcast from earlier in the year.
Early bird tickets are available directly through RA for both dates, so just follow the links below to snap up yours.