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Dance acts Klangkarussell and Robin Schulz to make Sunday special for Vital

By Colin O'Carroll

Published 05/08/2014

Big draw: David Guetta
Big draw: David Guetta

Tennent's Vital has announced some new top dance acts to the bill for Sunday, August 24.

Klangkarussell and Robin Schulz will appear alongside headliner David Guetta and Steve Angello on what promises to be an incredible night of electronic dance music on the August bank holiday weekend.

After the global success of their massive breakthrough hit Sonnentanz, Klangkarussell are getting ready to release their hotly anticipated debut album Netzwerk next month.

The Austrian production duo's debut single was a massive hit across Europe, and the vocal version of the track, Sun Don't Shine feat. Will Heard reached No3 in the UK charts.

With more than 22 million YouTube views under their belt and a rapidly growing fanbase, their Tennent's Vital debut is hotly anticipated.

DJ, producer and label owner Robin Schulz has risen from the underground club scene in his native Germany to achieve huge breakthrough success with his remixes of Waves by Mr Probz, and Lilly Wood's Prayer in C, which topped charts across Europe.

One of the most exciting new EDM talents around, he's hugely in demand across the global club and festival scene, and is sure to get the party going at Boucher Road Playing Fields.

The Killers and Bastille will play the first day of Tennent's Vital on Thursday, August 21.

Belfast Telegraph

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