The National Bowl will be a hub of musical activity this year, with news that dance music brand Dreamscape will be hosted at the venue in August, writes Sammy Jones.
The Dreamscape brand isn’t a new name to Milton Keynes – it previously hosted hugely successful dance events at The Sanctuary venue.
‘The Big Reunion’ an ESP Promotions event, is planned for August 16.
“It’s so exciting to be bringing ESP and Dreamscape home for The Big Reunion,” said promoter Jim Tang.
“Our fans have never left us throughout the years and we couldn’t ignore their requests for a reunion or let this monumental anniversary of 25 years of ESP promotions slip by without marking it in some way,” he added.
Although headlining acts have yet to be announced for the show, names already confirmed include Seb Fontaine, and Jon Pleased Wimmin.
Milton Keynes brand Ultra Vegas is also involved with the 20,000 capacity event, and local players including Richie Long, Pat Bedeau and DJ Spatts are amongthose signed up.
“The Ultra Vegas arena will provide 12 hours of sumptuous house music from three decades...this will be a day and night to remember,” Ultra Vegas owner Marc Carter promised.
To book tickets visit www.dreamscapeevents.co.uk
The Dreamscape date follows already announced shows for this summer at The National Bowl from Seattle rock troupe Pearl Jam and Kings of Leon.