Dreamland has dropped a glowing line-up of acts for its Neon Nights events next year.
The amusement park in Margate will be welcoming artists including Mike Skinner, DJ Spoony and Faithless' own Sister Bliss to the Hall by the Sea, with tickets going on sale tomorrow.
On Friday, January 31, Mike Skinner - the man behind musical phenomenon that is The Streets - will be doing a DJ set.
Then on Friday, February 14, former BBC Radio 1 presenter DJ Spoony will be presenting UK Garage - Valentine's Night Special.
Meanwhile, fans of old school drum and bass can enjoy a night of music hosted by DJ Hype on Saturday, March 7.
World renowned DJ and record producer Sister Bliss - of Faithless - will then be heading to the theme park's music venue on Friday, March 27.
Promoters say: "As the musical force behind Faithless, Sister Bliss needs no introduction.
"Working with iconic frontman Maxi Jazz and producer Rollo Armstrong, Sister Bliss formed Faithless, one of the UK's most successful electronic acts with a career spanning 17 years, that included eight albums and six top 10 singles.
"Following a 25 year career that took Sister Bliss from the underground UK club scene to selling out arena shows, she has deservedly established herself as Britain's most iconic and long-lasting female electronic artists in the world."
Finally, on Friday, April 24, DJ duo Hybrid Minds will take to the stage for a night of soulful drum and bass.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow on Dreamland's website