Bugged Out! Weekender to Welcome The Chemical Brothers.

Bugged Out have just announced some very special guests confirmed for the 2013 Weekender – The Chemical Brothers – who will be playing an exclusive DJ set.

Renowned for delivering mind-bending performances of epic proportions, The Chemical Brothers are without a doubt one of the most seminal UK dance acts from the last two decades, responsible for helping to shift dance from subculture to mainstream.

The Chemical Brothers have a long-standing relationship with Bugged Out that extends all the way back to 1994 when they were still known as the Dust Brothers. Since then they have grown alongside Bugged Out, playing at their festivals and club nights all over the UK and the world, and even sharing a DJ: Bugged Out resident James Holroyd is their established world tour DJ.

With exciting new material to be heard in their DJ set as well as some of their genre defining electronica classics, The Chemical Brothers are a very welcome headline addition to this year’s line-up.

 Previously Announced Names

Andrew Weatherall & Ivan Smagghe / Annie Mac / Benga – Live / Blawan

Ben UFO / Bicep / Boys Noize / Brodinski / Daniel Avery / Dave Clarke

Disclosure – Live / Dusky / Eats Everything / Erol Alkan / Fake Blood

Frankie Knuckles / Gesaffelstein / Heidi presents The Jackathon / Jackmaster

Joy Orbison / Julio Bashmore / Loefah and MC Chunky / Maceo Plex

Maya Jane Coles / Oneman / Redlight / Scuba / Skream / The Toddla T Sound

As with last year, Bugged Out! will be welcoming a host of club partners to help curate the Weekender. Among the first to be confirmed are Urban Nerds, who over the past four years have risen in the ranks of underground clubbing to become one of London’s biggest bass brands and Krankbrother, whose penchant for hosting parties in unused and special locations such as rooftops, yachts and railway arches will see them take on a new distinctive location in the form of Butlins. Joining them will be Junk Department, whose forward-thinking musical policy, meticulous attention to detail and enthusiasm has seen them blaze a trail over the clubbing industry in recent years and Bristolian house club Just Jack who have gone from strength-to-strength from humble beginnings.

Early bird tickets are now available and will be on sale until Wednesday 27th July. There are a limited number of £100 tickets (for silver rooms) available through Butlins and all other rooms have 20% off the ticket price: http://www.bigweekends.com/splash-pages/bugged-out-weekender.aspx

“The dance scene is pushing the boundaries like no other genre of late and the weekender will reflect and capture this.”Bugged Out

If you need any mroe convincing of why you should be at the weekender in 2013 then have a look at our review of this years event here: