Afrojack, James Zabiela and Eats Everything have been added to the line up for Global Gathering festival in Stratford Upon Avon this July.
Afrojack, James Zabiela and Eats Everything have been added to the line up for GlobalGathering festival.
Afrojack said: ''It's great to be performing again at Global Gathering. The hardcore electronic music fans come from all over the world to be there, so it's very cool to be a part of it.''
James Zabiela added: ''I'm incredibly excited to not only be playing at Global this year but to play a part in curating an arena for my new label Born Electric. The stage set up we have is super cool and quite different, so I'm interested to see what people will think of it.''
Other acts already been confirmed for the event include Carl Cox & Friends, Annie Mac, Steve Aoki, Seth Troxler, 2manydjs, Ferry Corsten, Bingo Players, Andy C, Jaguar Skills, High Contrast, Flux Pavillion and John Digweed.
Festival organiser Gary Turner is confident that this year's festival will continue to push boundaries.
He said: ''We're confident that the exciting developments to this summer's stages and arenas, that we'll be revealing in the near future, will blow the crowds away.''
Tickets for GlobalGathering are on sale now from www.globalgathering.com/tickets
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