The Prodigy will headline Sea Dance Festival 2015 in Montenegro, while Rudimental, Roisin Murphy, Bondax, Sigma and Wilkinson will also perform at the three-day event.
The Prodigy will headline Sea Dance Festival 2015.
The 'Firstarter' hitmakers will take to the stage at the coastal festival to play hits from throughout their career, while drum and bass quartet Rudimental, who are gearing up to release their sophomore album, will also perform a DJ set at the event, which will be held on Jaz beach in Montenegro from 15 to 18 July 2015.
The event - which won the title of Best Medium-Size Festival at the European Festival Awards in January - will also feature a set from one-half of electronic music duo Moloko, Roisin Murphy, who will be playing tracks from her latest EP 'Hairless Toys'.
Other acts confirmed for the three-day event include 'Nobody to Love' and 'Changing' chart-toppers Sigma and young London-based talent Wilkinson, who shot to fame in 2013 with his hit 'Afterglow'.
Developed by the team behind one of Europe's largest festivals, EXIT, the second annual event will also feature up-and-coming electronic acts such as Bondax, Gramatik, Fred V & Grafix, Snakehips, ODESZA, Star Slinger, Pillow Talk and Black Sun Empire.
Three-day tickets to Sea Dance cost £54, while the 10-day EXIT & Sea Dance package costs only £170, and includes tickets, accommodation for both festivals as well as airport transfers.
For more information about Sea Dance Festival, visit the website: http://www.seadancefestival.me
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