Arcadia has announced RAM Records and Leftfield as the first names for its 10th anniversary festival.
The two-day event will take place in London at Queen Elizabeth Park on May 5 and 6, with each day hosting a different dance music genre and offering a vivid sensory experience that will appeal to all audiences.
On Saturday there will be house and techno with Leftfield, who will be performing hits from their 'Leftism' and 'Rhythm and Stealth' albums on Arcadia's legendary robot spider.
Ram Records will play host to the spider on Sunday with its revolutionary drum 'n' bass sound.
Arcadia founders Pip Rush and Bert Cole said: "Heading home from our world tour, we can't wait to unleash the very best of the last decade to celebrate our tenth anniversary and open a new chapter for the road ahead."
This year Arcadia is teaming up with London event organisers LWE and in the upcoming week will announce everything else the festival has to offer.
Will Harold, director of LWE, added: "It's a real honour to be working with the award-winning Arcadia team and welcoming them to London for their tenth anniversary. These announcements are just the beginning and we're hugely excited to unleash the full Arcadia experience on the capital."
For more information visit the festival’s website.