Glitterbox and Defected returns to Manchester

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Glitterbox and Defected join forces for a huge Northern showcase in November.

4th Jun 2019

Image Credit: Photography By Kyle

The all-conquering clubbing institution Defected and its sister brand Glitterbox return to Manchester on Saturday 30th November. 

The house and disco powerhouses make their way to the city's O2 Victoria Warehouse for the first time since their sold out New Year's Day celebrations. 

Defected mark their 20th anniversary this year, two decades at the forefront of the house music scene as a hugely successful record label, boasting an ethos of inclusivity, togetherness and escapism which has led them to an Ibiza residency, plus their own Croatian and London festival. 

The line up for the Defected main room features Sam Divine, David Penn, Ferreck Dawn, Roberto Surace, Simon Dunmore and CDC

The vaults area of the O2 Victoria Warehouse will belong to Glitterbox as they bring their signature disco performers, dancers, euphoric confetti moments and world-class production. The line up for this room includes Dimitri from Paris, The Shapeshifters Live w. Teni Tinks and Melvo Baptiste, plus a special guest headliner in the form of Basement Jaxx, the latest addition to the bill, who will bring the noise with one of their unique DJ sets.

Although the line up is yet to be confirmed, expect some of the biggest names on the Defected and Glitterbox rosters, including friends and residents. 

Sign up for Defected x Glitterbox Manchester tickets below. 


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