It has been confirmed that Top Radio & Festival DJ Zane Lowe will be returning to Swindon to headline the Swindon Invincible Festival, 21 and 22 August. Swindon Invincible 2010 is the Ultimate Weekend Music Festival that has made waves across the South West, getting national recognition and is putting Swindon on the festival map.
Being the only sell out event up at the Old Town Bowl, 2008 and 2009 has seen this event grow from something that Swindon can be proud of to something that Swindon can shout about.
Vince Mancari co-organiser said on having secured Zane Lowe: "Getting someone like Zane Lowe to headline Swindon Invincible, to us is a massive coup. We are proud of what we have built in the last two years and this year to bring a line-up with artists of Zane’s caliber hopefully will get Swindon as excited as we are."
“Zane Lowe’s unique mash up set needs to be seen to be believed, he mixes, drum & bass, dubstep, dance, electro, indie, rock, & hiphop, to create unbelievable crowd reactions and high energy, that will get the bowl jumping” added Vince.
With two sell out years behind them, the organisers of the Swindon Invincible are expecting more of the same as they line-up not one but two days of world class acts. Saturday will see Zane Lowe headline, with the Scratch Perverts, Beatbullyz and Benji Boko.
Sunday also sees something special as the Stanton Warriors will be bringing their new full live set to the bowl. A headliner that will finish Invincible in style. With the Cuban Brothers, Beardyman and the Dub Pistols this is the event not to miss this summer.
“Swindon Invincible this year is all about establishing the festival as the ultimate weekend in the town. We work incredibly hard on the programme, marketing and working with local partners to deliver a spectacular event that this year is all abut the whole weekend. From the pre party at Longs Bar on Saturday and Sunday, the two day festival itself and then the after parties at both Suju and Rehab night clubs, we are putting on the biggest party Swindon will see this year!” commented co-organiser Steve Causer
Tickets are £35 plus booking fee for the weekend and £20 plus booking fees for a day ticket.