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Garuda on Fri 30th March 2012
Celebrating three years since Gareth Emery founded the Garuda label, Emery and crew touch down at Sankey's legendary Manchester venue this March with a selection of artists who've featured on the label since 2009 alongside some of the North's best local talent. This will be Garuda's ONLY show at Sankeys in 2012 making the party even more unmissable.
In Sankeys the line-up speaks for itself: alongside Gareth Emery we welcome a very special headline guest in the legendary John O'Callaghan for his first ever Garuda show. If you've ever caught a JOC set in the past, you'll know the devastation he'll be unleashing on Sankey's Funktion 1 system. Alongside them, we're lucky to have caught Texas based Tritonal on one of their rare UK appearances. This North American due are one of the hottest acts in the world of trance right now and for their Manchester debut they'll be showing us why.
Next up is Jochen Miller who we felt we needed to bring back to Manchester after his stunning performance supporting Armin van Buuren at The Warehouse Project in September, and Garuda young gun Ben Gold, who's debut album will be dropping this year. Finally, Garuda's own Craig Connelly completes the line-up with his UK debut, and where better to have it than Manchester?
In Spektrum, Godskitchen and Global Gathering resident Mark Eteson headlines. After delivering one of the biggest vocal trance records of 2011 with 'Breathe On My Own' we look forward to hearing what new production he's got in store for us for 2012. Three of the North's hottest upcoming DJ talents support.
PLEASE NOTE: Every Garuda show at Sanekys has sold out with the last one selling out six weeks in advance. Don't be one of the people wishing they'd bought a ticket earlier and BUY IN ADVANCE. You snooze, you loose!
Music Genres: House, Trance
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