Detroit techno legend Carl Craig and British breakbeat outfit Freestylers (live) are among the latest confirmations for Glade which will be moving to a larger site at Matterley Bowl, Hampshire.
Adam Beyer, Limewax, Sub Focus and indie synthpop trio Filthy Dukes are set to join the line-up alongside Drop The Lime, Shitmat, Tim Exile and Benga.
Also included and completing the most recent line-up announcements are Starkey, Leeroy Thornhill, Koma & Bones and Radio 1 favourite Annie Nightingale whilst London electro night Mulletover and breaks label Finger Lickin’ host their own club nights on the Saturday and Sunday respectively.
The Finger Lickin’ night will be dubbed Finger Lickin’ Funk, an indication of the wild funk meets breaks antics that will be pumping through its weekend slot.
The festival is set to take place at the newly confirmed Matterley Bowl site in Winchester, Hampshire (where Homelands used to take place) giving the festival, its main stages and intimate venues the freedom to take things into the early hours on each of the four nights.
The likes of Underworld, Juan Atkins, Booka Shade and Squarepusher are all present at the top of the bill for this summer which also includes world music forces Femi Kuti and the Positive Force Band, Nitin Sawhney and Finley Quaye on the Glade Stage which is set to return in full force.
Glade Festival 2009 is set to take place from 16-19 July with tickets already on sale priced at £125 for a weekend pass.
The £100 student ticket offer has been extended until the end of March due to a good early response.
The festival will also feature mind bending site art from Nevada's Burning Man Festival, the scrap yard regeneration creations of the Mutoid Waste Company and the twisted cabaret of the Interstella Circus.
Another new area for the festival is the Avalon Field, which organisers describe as "a festival within a festival". The arena will have music, art and all forms of expression, born out of the 60s psychedelic scene.
Glade chiefs have also said that the 2009 event will have a look and feel of Mad Max meets Alice In Wonderland with 3D surreal installations and otherworldly spaces.