10 Years Of The Rainbow Venues

10 Years Of The Rainbow Venues

We take a closer look at how The Rainbow Venues will be celebrating its tenth birthday.

Date published: 10th Mar 2014

Photo: Gorgon City

Having become the cornerstone of clubbing in the Midlands over the past decade, The Rainbow venues has hosted the world's biggest names in dance music, whilst becoming one of the most iconic venues Birmingham has ever known.

To celebrate it's ten years at the top, The Rainbow Venues hosts an almighty two day festival held between 19th and 20th of April, welcoming back some of its favourite DJs and artists as well as clubbing brands to throw one of the most anticipated dance events this spring.

Sunday sees 10.31 and Seedy Sonics launch things with a line up crammed with bass music luminaries in tow. Award winning duo Gorgon City (above), garage boss DJ EZ, Dirtybird and Hypercolour champion Friend Within, deep house New Yorker Curses and the incredibly talented Hannah Wants are just some of the names primed for a bass fueled party of epic proportions.

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Face, Edible and Exit Festival join forces to bring Heidi, Eats Everything (above), Catz & Dogz and Richy Ahmed to The Warehouse, whilst The Garden sees Bigger Than Barry, Gutterskank and Surreal enlist the party starting powers of Dutty Webslinger, Deadcat, Jordan A Lott and Knicker Bocker Corey.

Other highlights for the wild weekender include sets from Adam Shelton, Alex Arnout, Shaun Reeves, and New Jack City, as the biggest rave up in the Midlands for some time touches down to celebrate a decade of unrivaled, iconic party-starting.

Saturday's line up is yet to be revealed, but on the strength of Sundays, we know we're in for a treat.

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