Scotland’s celebration of electronic music, The Riverside Festival, is set to provide music fans with another weekend as it returns for its seventh year on Saturday 25 May and Sunday 26 May 2019. Curated by Electric Frog and Pressure, the event will be bringing some of the biggest and best artists in techno and dance music to the stunning Zaha Hadid designed Riverside Museum in Glasgow, Scotland.
Confirmed so far are:
Denis Sulta has rapidly emerged as one of the most exciting new prospects from the ever-fertile Glasgow scene. His unique sound and meticulous and diverse approach to dance music has seen his capabilities reach new heights. On the Saturday Sulta curates his own Riverside stage for the first time.
La Cheetah 10
Since 2009, La Cheetah Club has played host to international big hitters, underground up and comers and provided a platform for Glasgow’s wealth of local talent. 2019 sees La Cheetah mark 10 years in the game and this will be celebrated fully at the Riverside Festival as they take over a stage with an eclectic line up of La Cheetah favourites and special guests.
Slam’s unique series of Maximum Pressure parties have become one of the highlights of Glasgow’s clubbing calendar. The duo, who recently released their ‘Athenæum 101’ album today on Soma, will mirror this experience when they bring the atmosphere and strong techno-orientated line-up to their festival.
Feel My Bicep
As producers, DJs, label founders and avid record collectors the Belfast-born, London-based duo Bicep, have possibly become two of the most trusted curators of electronic music of the last decade, in-between touring the world over and apparently selling out a long list of Feel My Bicep parties.
For more information go to: www.riversidefestivalglasgow.com