Sonus 2018

Almost 70 artists are playing three clubs, right at the Croatian shores at Pag Island. It’s a dream come true. Want to celebrate open-air all night? Want to watch the sunrise while listening to your favorite DJs play? Want to go swimming in crystal clear waters all day just to do it all over again tomorrow?

Croatian festival Sonus has revealed a mega line-up of international artists set to play out at the Zrce Beach party later this August.

Richie Hawtin, Sven VÃth, Peggy Gou, Ricardo Villalobos, Jackmaster, Amelie Lens and Joseph Capriati are just some of the names confirmed in the festival’s first wave of announcements. They will be joined by Drumcode boss Adam Beyer, Seth Troxler, Eats Everything, Charlotte De Witte, Chris Liebing, Maceo Plex and more.

Sonus Festival 2018 takes place August 19-23 on Pag Island, Croatia. To grab a ticket or for further information head over to the festival website here, and check out the official line-up announcement video below.

First release tickets are now available! This ticket will grant you five days and five nights of full access to all three of the Sonus clubs, right at the beach.

Source -Mixmag & Sonus festival

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Regression Sessions November | Fire London | Sat 19th November 2016 Lineup

Ticket Link Here – http://tinyurl.com/gwn3jczRegression Sessions is a night time experience designed to take you back to a freer state of being.

Regression Sessions is a night time experience designed to take you back to a freer, sillier state of being whilst enjoying a solid soundtrack of house, techno, hip hop, drum & bass. With a three-year track record of sold out parties, our unique combination of eccentric entertainment with a pan-genre music policy draws a thousand revellers every month to venues up and down the country.

Music Genres:

Drum n Bass, Hip Hop, House, Techno

Source: Regression Sessions November | Fire London | Sat 19th November 2016 Lineup

PROTEST FOR LONDON CLUBBING ORGANISED AFTER FABRIC CLOSURE | DJMag.com

London clubbers have organised a protest to save the city’s nightlife community, which is due to take place on Saturday 8th October, following the revocation of fabric’s license earlier this week.

A Facebook event has been set up for the protest, with the location currently TBC. Over 2,300 people have confirmed attendance to the event at the time of writing. Organisers of the event have stated that “enough is enough,” and that it’s time to “bring on the good fight”.

“Every one of us wouldn’t be who we are today without the clubs, bars, art galleries, festivals, concerts, raves, venues and parties,” they continue. “We need to protect the sacred place where we gather. The places where we come together as a whole, as a community. The places where we get inspired and the places where we can create.

“The government need to step up and defend the millions of people’s right to our culture. Our culture is under threat, UK nightlife is under threat.”

Yesterday, news came that fabric would appeal Islington Council’s decision to revoke their license, with the official campaign to re-open the Farringdon venue launching next week. DJ Mag also revealed that thelicense ruling at fabric’s hearing was not made by a unanimous decision.

 

Source: PROTEST FOR LONDON CLUBBING ORGANISED AFTER FABRIC CLOSURE | DJMag.com

30th January 2016 – Guy Gerber Rumors – We Are WHSE

Guy Gerber brings his Rumors brand to Great Suffolk Street, London, for a night to match those already taken place in Ibiza.

After 3 impressive years in Ibiza, Guy Gerber and his Rumors brand has built an incredible reputation as one of the coolest and most exclusive nights on the island.

We are lucky enough in 2016 to bring this brand into the WHSE for a night to match those already taken place in Ibiza.

Source: 30th January 2016 – Guy Gerber Rumors – We Are WHSE