We are Fstvl 2016 is set to the biggest line up yet with over 200 acts announced across 16 stages.
The two day festival takes place at the Airfield of Dreams, London on 28-29 May. With too many acts to choose from we have narrowed it down to our top 10 recommendations from the line-up.
No dance festival line up would be the same without mentioning legendary DJ Fatboy Slim. Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim will return to We are Fstvl headlining the main stage on Saturday. Spanning two decades with a back catalogue of hits including -Rockafella Skank, Right Here, Right Now and Praise You a chance to see the producer live is a must.
One third of one of the biggest super group's Swedish House Mafia, Steve Angello closes the festival on Sunday. For a DJ, who has played gigs around the world from Madison Square Garden to Las Vegas' Jewel Nightclub, seeing Angello live will be a treat for festival goers in a rare London festival appearance.
DJ Fresh will bring his raw and unique live show to the Airfield of Dreams this year. Known for his collaborations with the likes of Rita Ora, Ella Eyre and Ms Dynamite, DJ Fresh has become an influential figure in the drum'n'bass music scene.
The Grammy nominated producer will see him keep the energy levels high before Steve Angello headlines the main stage. Working recently on two Lady Gaga releases we can expect a live performance that we won't forget in a hurry. DJ Snake has seen him experiment and push the dance genre in recent years with a different direction of sound.
Most recently known for their work with Calvin Harris; with the worldwide smash of 'How Deep Is Your Love', Disciples have already made quite a name for themselves. Their track Remedy, which was released last year, became an underground hit for the 3 piece and since has seen them enjoy mainstream success with their retro sound.
The French DJ will bring his unique live shows to the main stage on Sunday's line up. Gaining support from the likes of Diplo, Skrillex and Dillion Francis -Tchami has become an overnight success thanks to his remix of Janet Jackson's 'Go Deep'. Since then the track has led him to DJ across the world remixing some of today's most popular songs.
MK aka Marc Kinchen has had an unbelievable 18 months. The DJ has gained vast attention and airplay by adding his touch to some of the biggest summer tracks including -Lana Del Rey, Chris Malinchak and Sam Smith to name a few. Headlining the 3rd stage MK will see him undoubtedly remix more of our favourite tracks ready to get the festival season into full swing.
Hannah Wants has truly earned her live credentials -being a self-taught DJ. A special guest on the 3rd, before MK headlines, Hannah Wants bring her unique and relentless live energy to We are Fstvl this year.
The UK's very own Shadow Child plays as part of Sunday's line up. Simon Neale has been performing as Shadow Child, since 2012, he has notably released a vast collection of singles including Climbin which is a perfect summer track.
The Berlin born DJ has seen him make his mark across the dance world in recent years. Tracks such as Pushing On caught everyone's attention due to its catchy, upbeat hooks; it's a great track to see live. While Dollar recently released techno track Watch Me Work; unexpectedly taking a different direction in sound.
Local London lad Sub Focus will play the Favela Fiesta zone of the festival site. Releasing music since 2003, Sub Focus has had a number of successful singles, many of which have touched on many different genres including: electronic, dubstep and drum'n'bass. Sub Focus will no doubt offer a crowd-pleaser of a set and deliver something for everyone.
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