Richie Hawtin, Ben UFO, Skream and more set to DJ on the Thames-side wheel.

Red Bull Music Academy have unveiled more details of their second annual party on the London Eye, this time celebrating 30 years of UK club culture.

Taking over the landmark on the evening of November 14, Red Bull Revolutions in Sound will see each of the wheel’s capsules hosting a different club night from the past three decades, from Manchester’s proto-superclub The Haçienda to contemporary hotspots like Corsica Studios and Fabric.

Highlights from the line-up include Richie Hawtin, Rudimental, Skream, Erol Alkan, Todd Terry, Gilles Peterson, Green Velvet, Ben UFO, Craig Richards, DJ Luck & MC Neat, Derrick May, Fabio & Grooverider, Seb Fontaine, Subb-An, Jah Shaka, Goldie, Derrick Carter, Boy Better Know, Steve Strange, Katy B, Lily Allen, DJ EZ, Danny Rampling, Sasha, Dusky, Mark Moore, Layo, Mr C, Graeme Park and Mike Pickering.

Other factions represented include The Warehouse Project, Birmingham’s Rainbow, radio station Rinse, grime night Eskimo Dance, techno institution Lost plus previously announced promoters Bugged Out, Fabric, Shoom, The Blitz Club, TwiceasNice, Cream, Sidewinder, The Hydra, Shindig, Eagle London, Talkin’ Loud & Saying Something, Metalheadz, Motion, Sub Club, Jive Turkey and London Warehouse Events.

There’ll also be a silent disco on ground level with 2000 guests able to tune into the music from any capsule.

All 30 capsules will be broadcast simultaneously on the Channel 4 website in the UK and globally on Red Bull’s YouTube channel.

For more details and tickets (on sale from 10am on Thursday, October 10), head here. All proceeds will go to the Wings For Life charity.

Watch a video of last year’s event below:



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