Clock ticks down to the return of Mutiny Festival

The stage being built for the Mutiny Festival at the King George V playing fields in Cosham

The stage being built for the Mutiny Festival at the King George V playing fields in Cosham

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PREPARATIONS for this weekend’s eagerly-anticipated Mutiny Festival are well underway.

On Saturday the two-day dance music spectacle makes its return to King George V Playing Fields in Cosham.

Workers are busy putting together the massive event site – and organisers hope 15,000 spectators will pour through the gates on Saturday and again on Sunday.

Acts set to perform include Steve Angello, Cee Lo Green, Groove Armada, Example and Pete Tong.

Mutiny co-organiser Luke Betts said: ‘The site build is well underway.

‘The main stage has been built and for King George V Playing Fields, it’s massive.

‘That’s because of the nature of the international artists; they have high specifications, with lighting and pyrotechnics.’

Tickets can be bought from mutinyfestivals.co.uk

n Why Groove Armada’s Tom Findlay is looking forward to a busy summer – in the WOW247 entertainment supplement free with The News tomorrow.

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