Scotland's premier dance festival, Coloursfest, is back again for the 8th year running. June 6th 2009 will see clubbing giants from around the world join forces at Braehead Arena & Waterfront to give revelers 10 hours of the finest dance music around. The festival has been a sell-out for the last 5 years as people from all over the country travel to experience a dance event in the most unique of locations. This years line up is set to create another roadblock as outstanding international acts line up to take the stage.
Colours and Inside Out, two of Scotland's biggest players on the scene, once again host the main arena. Headlining the arena is the superstar DJ Ferry Corsten; the Dutchman is currently creating a new concept arena show in conjunction with the release of his recent album 'Twice in a Blue Moon'. The lucky Coloursfest crowd will get a preview of this spectacular show as the production team plan to showcase the concept in a 2 hour set from Ferry. The whole arena will be taken head on by Holland?s finest production team, something never seen at Coloursfest before.
Fresh new addition Gatecrasher Summer Sound System will be hosting the outdoor stage, always a highlight with festivalgoers. Judge Jules will be making his annual appearance at Coloursfest with a set in both the main arena and outdoor stage. Techno is back at Coloursfest as Mauro Picotto brings his Meganite brand to arena 3, with a selection of DJs handpicked by the man himself.
To celebrate Streetrave's 20th anniversary year in 2009, arena 4 is home to big room classic tunes with sets from legends such as Rozalla, Alison Limerick and Together plus a special guest appearance by Hooligan X. Things promise to get messy in arena 4 as Tidy supplies the Coloursfest crowd with some of the finest names in hard dance. Arena 6 is where you?ll find all the hardcore ravers as Back to the Future brings the cream of the crop to the masses. Ultra-sonic, Art of Fighters and Hyberbass are just some of