Daft Punk make UK live comeback

It's been nearly ten years!

Daft Punk make UK live comeback
Daft Punk are to make their first live appearance in the UK for nearly ten years at the 2006 Global Gathering.

Fatboy Slim and Groove Armada are also confirmed for the event, which takes place Long Marston Airfield, Stratford upon Avon on July 28 and 29.

Other acts confirmed for the event include Tiesto, Sasha, Deep Dish, Erick Morillo, Paul Van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, Armin Van Buuren, Pete Tong and John Digweed.

As well as all the dance arenas, other entertainment includes a fairground, a lapdancing club, and adrelanin village with bungee jumping and other extreme rides and an urban village with skate ramps, BMX riders, breakdancers and graffiti artists.

Weekend tickets with free camping cost £105, while VIP Weekend passes with free camping are available for £155.

For ticket availability go to [url= http://www.nmetickets.com/lmn/pso/catalog/Product.jhtml?POSITION=1&PRODID=452757564&CATID=99734]NME.COM/Gigs[/url].

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