The first names are in for the Sussex festival's milestone edition, with Art Department, Goldie and DJ EZ also billed.
For the first time in its five-year history, the festival will extend to two days, running across Saturday, July 4th, and Sunday the 5th. Eridge Park, located on the border of Sussex and Kent, will play host to a similar range of sounds and styles to last year, with house and techno heavyweights (Apollonia, Luciano, Art Department, Tensnake, Nick Curly, Breach) rubbing shoulders with UK favourites (Oneman, Will Saul, Redlight, Goldie) and more chart-friendly names (Sigma). The action will be split across seven stages. Many more names will be announced as the main event draws nearer.
Tickets to High Definition 2015 are available here on RA.