The Japanese Popstars have been confirmed as the first judges to help pick a DJ to play The Warehouse Project New Years Eve, which is held under Piccadilly station in Manchester.
The leading electro three piece, who have famously performed at Radio 1's Ibiza Weekend and festivals such as Leeds and Reading, will choose a winner as part of the Bench DJ competition.
This outstanding opportunity will enable one lucky winner to DJ beside the likes of Annie Mac, Mark Ronson and Retro/Grade.
The prize also includes travel, accommodation, a six month Electronic Music Production course worth £2000 and £1,000 worth of audio software and equipment from Vestax.
It doesn't stop there however, the lucky winner will also be able to bring two friends along to the epic New Years Eve bash with a pair of free tickets.
The Japanese Popstars will now be adding to the exciting line up as they are confirmed to judge five finalists who will be picked out of hundreds of hopefuls who have submitted their mixes to Mixcloud.
The Warehouse Project 2010 boasts headliners like John Digweed, Josh Wink, Nic Fanciulli, Krysko, Greg Lord and Dixon.