The festival formerly known as Tokyo Dub is scheduled for September 26th at Bristol's Eastville Park.
The Bristol one-dayer has been running annually since 2013, though until this year it was known as Tokyo Dub. The name change coincides with a shift in music policy, with techno and house added to the pot. Jeff Mills, Derrick May, Ryan Elliott, Midland, Paul Woolford, Leon Vynehall, FunkinEven, San Proper and Jeremy Underground are all on board, lining up alongside popular acts from the worlds of dubstep (Mala, Youngsta), hip-hop (Roots Manuva, Jeru The Damaja) drum & bass (Calyx & Teebee, Dub Phizix) and reggae (David Rodigan). The festival is outdoors and doors will open at midday.