Electric Frog Riverside Festival announced

It will be more riverside fun for ravers in Glasgow as Electric Frog have announced their festival will return in May.

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The Electric Frog and Pressure Riverside Festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4.

And this year, organisers have reconfigured the site to feature two stages aiming to maximise the space and enhance the festival experience for the thousands of electronic music fans expected to descend on the event over the two days.

Electric Frog and Pressure Festival promoter, Dave Clarke, said: "We're hugely excited to bring Electric Frog and Pressure Riverside Festival back to Riverside Museum this May Bank holiday weekend.

"Last year's event was brilliant - the location was amazing. We've made a few site changes and added an extra day, so it'll be our biggest event yet.

"We'll be making a line-up announcement very soon and with some great acts already in store, it's shaping up to be our best Electric Frog and Pressure collaboration yet!"

The party will continue late into the night at various venues in the city.

Line-up and ticket details will be announced soon.

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