June 1, 2007 11:21

Glastonbury Festival - Dance East Revealed

NME.COM has all the details for this year's festival

Glastonbury Festival - Dance East Revealed
The Glastonbury Festival bill was announced today (June 1) and now NME.COM can reveal who will be playing Dance-East.

The headliners have been confirmed to be Fatboy Slim, Mr. Scruff and Carl Cox.

The full line-up for Dance-East is as follows:

Friday (June 22)
DJ Fatboy Slim
Live The Klaxons
GusGus
Simian Mobile Disco
Max Sedgley
Live Hyper
DJ Caged Baby
Live Buraka Som Sistema
DJ Uncle Buck
Live XX Teams
DJ Uncle Buck


Saturday (June 23)
DJ Mr Scruff
Live Mika
DJ Mark Ronson
DJ DJ Yoda
DJ Sugardaddy
Live Infadels
DJ Tim Deluxe
Live The Black Ghosts
Phil Kieran
Live Devils Gun
DJ Phil Kieran


Sunday (June 24)
DJ Carl Cox
Live Pendulum
DJ Dave Clarke
Live Vitalic
DJ The Glimmers
Live Shitdisco
DJ Kissy Sell Out
Live Elektrons
DJ Zero DB
Live Dragonetts
Live Polichinelle


The other stage line-ups for this year's Glastonbury are also on NME.COM now, simply pick the stage you want from the index below:

Pyramid Stage
Other Stage
Jazz World
John Peel
Park
Dance East
Dance West
Acoustic

For more on the festival go to the official site Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

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