A bunch of acts are announced for the Smirnoff Experience Dance Arena...

The final details for the SMIRNOFF EXPERIENCE DANCE ARENA at the CARLING WEEKEND: READING AND LEEDS festivals have been announced, with appearances confirmed for Squarepusher, Audio Bullys, Lamb and Death In Vegas.

The arena tent will feature a bar and will be fully floored throughout, bringing a clubbing environment right into the middle of the arena.

Other confirmed acts include Richard Fearless (DJ set), DMC, Blackalicious, Amon Tobin, Scissor Sisters, Buck 65, My Computer, Spooks, Free'land, Gold Chains, Outlandish, Majesticons, Zongamin, Futureshock, Aphrodite, Just Jack, FC Kahuna and Blak Twang.

This year's event is taking place between Friday August 22 and Sunday August 24 at Bramham Park in Leeds and Richfield Avenue in Reading.

Some tickets are still available. To snap them up call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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