FLY Open Air festival will return to the regal setting of Hopetoun House stately home this weekend, for what’s set to be their biggest event to date.

A range of dance music heavyweights will top the festival bill, including Diynamic label boss Solomun for his first appearance in Scotland for over 10 years.

Seth Troxler, Nina Kraviz, Peggy Gou and Honey Dijon will also perform, with a debut Boiler Room takeover scheduled which will play host to a special secret guest (to be announced on the day) alongside FLY’s esteemed resident crew - Jasper James, Theo Kottis, Eclair Fifi and Big Miz.

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Swedish producer Kornel Kovacs, Berlin regular Soundstream, FHUO founder Folamour, and rising Scottish talent Liam Doc and Lala will also perform.

Festival organisers have also announced a ban on phones from its Boiler Room stage, with revellers encouraged to live in the moment at the two-day event.

Those attending the festival will be given a Yondr phone case as they enter the venue which will lock their device away, only gaining access once they leave the area by tapping the mobile against specially designed base units. 

Having expanded from one to two days in 2018, the bi-annual festival series has previously seen the likes of Denis Sulta, Theo Kottis and Jasper James curate their own editions, and is renowned for its unique choice of party locations.

As well as Hopetoun House, FLY Open Air also takes up residence in the UNESCO heritage site of Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh - which boasts the city’s infamous castle as a backdrop - while FLY has previously hosted a takeover at Leith Theatre for New Year’s Eve 2019.

For more information on the FLY Open Air line-up and how to buy tickets, visit here.