WINCHESTER RAVE ON!

The Hampshire dance festival will also feature Sven Vath and St Germain...

WINCHESTER RAVE ON!
SASHA, DANNY TENAGLIA, RICHIE HAWTIN, ST GERMAIN, DANNY RAMPLING and SVEN VATH have all joined the bill for this year's HOMELANDS festival at MATTERLEY BOWL near WINCHESTER on May 26.

Sasha and Danny Tenaglia will now be headlining the Space Arena, where they are joined by Justin Robertson, Danny Howells and Peace Division.

In addition, due to the overwhelming number of artists wanting to play the former Space/Backtobasics Arena, the two dancefloor stalwarts have been given their own tents. Joining Dave Beer and Backtobasics residents Ralph Lawson and James Holroyd will be Radio 1's Danny Rampling, who joins a line-up that already features Craig Richards and Lottie.

In other key additions, Richie Hawtin and Sven Vath will now spin in The End Arena, while St Germain's appearance in the Home Arena is their only UK festival appearance this year.

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