ROCK'N'ROLL-ON DEODORANT STARS

They are to be joined by Armand Van Helden at the secret venue...

ROCK'N'ROLL-ON DEODORANT STARS
FUN LOVIN' CRIMINALS, [url=/artists/134405.htm ARMAND VAN HELDEN are the acts confirmed for the LYNX ZERO GRAVITY event, which will take place at a secret location.

The company, who held their event last year in Ibiza with Leftfield and Basement Jaxx performing, promise that the party will be based around a theme of 'Space Hedonism'.

As in previous years, the event will be open to competition winners only. In addition, there will also be a competition open to attendees to win a weekend in Moscow.

[url=/artists/134405.htm Armand Van Helden will be DJing at the event, while Fun Lovin' Criminals will be playing a full live set. More acts are set to be announced closer to the event.

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