Rudimental will headline the Our House Stage at Virgin Media's V Festival and will take part in a sound-clash that will be streamed on Virgin Media's YouTube channel.
Rudimental will headline the Our House Stage at Virgin Media's V Festival.
The 'Feel the Love' hitmakers will take part in a sound-clash with Hospital Records (All Stars); London Elektricity, Danny Byrd, Fred V & Grafix and Dynamite MC, at the event's Chelmsford site on Sunday 17 August - and fans unlucky enough not to have tickets for the event will still be able to catch the performance as it will be streamed live on Virgin Media's YouTube channel.
Other performers in Our House - which offers mobile recharge points and free wifi to festival goers at both Chelmsford and Staffordshire -over the V Festival weekend include Too Many Ts, Naughty Boy, Redlight, Shy FX, and Sub Focus.
Richard Larcombe, brand and marketing director at Virgin Media, said: ''This year we are inviting everyone to join in the ultimate house party experience, live from V Festival. By live-streaming the sound-clash from Our House, it means even more people can get involved and experience the festival - whether they're logging on from their living room or grooving in their garden.''
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