RBMA are bringing heavyweights of club culture past and present to the London Eye for a landmark 15th anniversary celebration.
Red Bull Music Academy have revealed the full line-up for their Revolutions In Sound event on the 14th November, and it's one that's almost as huge as its location, the EDF London Eye.
Taking over 30 capsules on the overgrown ferris wheel, RBMA will be re-creating 30 landmark UK clubs with the help of revolutionary DJs like Erol Alkan, Todd Terry, Skream, Gilles Peterson, Ben UFO, Richie Hawtin, Danny Rampling, Goldie, Derrick Carter, Derrick May and more. No to mention, singers Katy B and Lily Allen will also be lending their talents to the celebration.
The pods on the wheel will each represent different UK clubbing stalwarts, including (but not limited to) Bugged Out, Warehouse Project, The Hydra, Fac51 The Hacienda, Boiler Room, Shoom and Motion. It's an event that's completely mind-boggling in its scope and scale, so take a look at the flyer below or this beautiful website to delve into the full, overwhelming programme. While you're there, it's worth having a roam around the Google+ powered site; it's built to be an interactive, growing archive of clubbing culture, featuring photos and videos uploaded by users. Plus, the whole event will be live-streaming there from 7pm (GMT) on the night itself.
Tickets for Red Bull Revolutions go on sale on the 10th October; get more information here.