Over 50% of all tickets have already been sold for MVSON presents a Nightmare at Victoria, this Halloween at Manchester's O2 Victoria Warehouse.
17th Sep 2019
OVER 50% OF ALL TICKETS NOW SOLD FOR MVSON PRESENTS A NIGHTMARE AT VICTORIA
FRIDAY 1ST NOVEMBER 2019
O2 VICTORIA WAREHOUSE, MANCHESTER
Over 50% of all tickets have already been sold for MVSON presents a Nightmare at Victoria, this Halloween at Manchester's O2 Victoria Warehouse. Presented by Mason Collective, they will be bringing their powerhouse event ?MVSON? to Manchester?s Victoria Warehouse for the first time on Friday the 1st November - and it?s a Halloween spectacular?! The event will see Victoria Warehouse transformed through their signature extravagant production and interactive elements, bringing the full MVSON experience to Halloween.
MVSON Presents: A Nightmare at Victoria Warehouse.
Headed by Blair Suarez, Adam Myles and Omar Guedar, Mason Collective are the Manchester born dynamic trio rising through the underground music scene.
A breakthrough 2018 saw them play at some of the UK?s best venues and festivals including Creamfields, Parklife, WHP, SW4, Tobacco Dock and Studio 338. The Collective also made their European debut in Ibiza, Sonar, BPM and Hideout festival.
MVSON events, each with a dress code and huge scale production transporting you inside a unique theme, have rapidly become one of the most renowned underground parties in Manchester.
Manchester?s iconic O2 Victoria Warehouse will be the perfect location to host this Halloween event, renowned for putting on some of the biggest and best shows in the North West - and attendees can be sure that Mason Collective will pull out all the stops to make this a night to remember in their home city.
Early Bird & First Release tickets have already SOLD OUT, with 2nd release standard tickets are already running low. Save £££ and get yours online now before the price goes up at www.skiddle.com
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