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BRITISH HITMAKERS RUDIMENTAL are the latest act to join the Sandance line-up on Friday, November 15.
The London electronica quartet are one of the hottest acts in their homeland at present, having notched up two number one singles and a number one album, Home, since 2012.
As well as remixing for Ed Sheeran and Labrinth, the group have worked with Emeli Sande and Foxes.
Their chart-topping tracks - Feel the Love and Waiting All Night - are sure to get the crowds moving during the beach party at Atlantis, The Palm.
Two other world-famous acts are already on the bill in the form of Jamiroquai and Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, and there will be further artist announcements for both the October and November editions of the festival shortly.
See www.sandance.ae for further details.
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