Entries in Venue (4)


The Parklife Weekender reveals new venue & more acts

Manchester-based festival The Parklife Weekender has today announced that Heaton Park will play host to its fourth event on June 8th/9th. As well as revealing the venue, they have also unleashed another batch of acts, including Temper Trap, Breakbot & T.E.E.D. For anyone who is a fan of Dance music, or just generally brilliant festivals, then Parklife is one that you should not miss in 2013. Weekend tickets are less than £70 and are available HERE. Full line-up after the jump.

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The Warehouse Project reveals new venue in Trafford Park

After many months of speculation surrounding the new venue, The Warehouse Project have today announced that this year they will be based in Trafford Park, which is located on the outskirts of Manchester City Centre. Granted it's not as convenient as Store Street, but let's be honest, nowhere could ever be as convenient as there. However, there are numerous methods of transport to get to and from the new venue (see here), and with the level of line-up's expected throughout the year, it will no doubt be worth that extra bit of effort to make sure you get there. Easter weekend is sold out, with the line-ups for September-December on the way. Can't wait.

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Warehouse Project 2011 Update

Lots of people have been asking when the New Years Eve (my birthday!) line-up for the final Warehouse Project @ Store Street is going to be announced. Well, fear not, it's on its way and will be out within the next two weeks. For now though, here is a ticket update of all the dates that are SOLD OUT:

Annie Mac
Welcome To The Warehouse
Ape Birthday
Warehouse Presents: Carl Cox
Crosstwon Rebels
The End Of Store Street

The big launch on September 17th is nearly sold out, as are Van Buuren, Hospitality & Pete Tong, so if you want to go to any those, then I advise you to get your tickets ASAP. For the full line-up and ticket info, go HERE.


New Venue: Electric Brixton (September 24th)

On Saturday 24th September a brand new venue called Electric Brixton, formerly known as The Fridge, will be opening its doors to the public after a £1,000,000 face-lift. The opening party will come courtesy of the infamous Lock N Load, and guest DJs will include Felix Da Housecat, DJ Hell, Hannah Holland and many more - as well as this, Lock N Load will also be hosting weekly Friday night parties with the Get Loaded brand. Following on from the launch night, Electric Brixton will be welcoming the likes of Get Physical who will be presenting their new Spectrum show which will be hosted by M.A.N.D.Y - they will be launching with Japanese Popstars, Gilles Peterson, Stanton Warriors, Kissy Sell Out, Flux Pavillion & Skism.

There is a competition over on their Facebook page at the moment, which gives you the opportunity to win +3 entry to all the events in October/November. For all other information hit the jump, and be sure to check out the competition HERE!

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