A festival celebrating it's tenth year is now bigger and better and has announced a second day line up for Morden Park.

Eastern Electrics, which started out as a warehouse party in a series of railway arches in central London, returns with a packed line-up and has grown into a weekend affair.

The all-day techno and house music festival runs on August 4 and 5.

The Sunday line-up was released yesterday (April 9) and includes Reggae legend David Rodigan who will be headlining one of the stages.

RAM Records, Rinse FM, Wookie and grime artist Ghetts will also be appearing.

Eastern Electrics started in Central London close to Tate Modern and was held every four years before the first festival was introduced in 2012 held at the Millennium Dome.

It then moved out of London to Knebworth Park and then to Hatfield House to the new location of Morden Park.

Rob Star, Organiser of Eastern Electrics said: “We’re really pleased to be back in London now though as it where the event belongs.

“We love Morden Park, the setting is amazing and the atmosphere that was created on site last year was really special.

“It’s on the tube line but it does feel like you are out in the countryside.

“The festival bring lots of benefits to the local area and economically the town centre benefits. We work hard with the council to try and ensure that any noise disturbance is minimised and as always we welcome feedback from people in the local area as to how we can improve the event.”

The festival will run from 11am to 10pm with tickets being £45 on Saturday and £20 on Sunday.

It will be the first time since 2013 that the festival will be a full weekend.

There will also be a stage powered by an RC1 Sound System joined by acts such as Bad Company UK, Culture Sock and more.

On having it across two days, Rob Star said: “We have always wanted to bring back a 2nd day. We spend so much time and effort on creating the site and it was a real shame to have to take it all down on a Sunday.”

The festival is strictly for over 18s.

Weekend festival tickets run from £57.50.

For tickets visit http://www.easternelectrics.com