With its spiritual home Sound Control closing its doors for good, Legendary Trance night Majefa returns for one night only.
10th Aug 2017
Following the announcement that Sound Control is closing its doors at the end of 2017 for good, the venue contacted Majefa to see if we wanted to host one final party at the club before it is demolished and consigned to the history books.
Though our official closing party was last year, we felt that this would have been an opportunity we would have eternally regretted. With this being our 10th year of running events in Manchester, we felt that this would be the perfect send off for Majefa and Sound Control. This event will be a celebration of 10 years of Majefa and our 7 year residency held at the club. Sound Control was integral to the success of Majefa and took us from obscurity to the scale we could have never dreamed off all those years ago. The night itself will focus on the magic that Majefa is known for, no nonsense Trance, one big party and an atmosphere that is as famous as the brand.
We understand the music scene has changed over the years and many nights now focus on the huge line ups, 1 hour sets and big production ? forgetting the most important aspect, the music.
This event will focus on a couple of artists that are a master of their craft and understand the progression of building a set. We also wanted to make this an affordable night and tickets will start from only £10.
Majefa The End.
Saturday 2nd December
22:00 ? 04:00
Sound Control Manchester
Basement: 20 Years Of Trance Stage 1997 ? 2017 Pt.1
Airwave [2 Hour Set]
Oliver Lieb aka L.S.G. [3 Hour Set]
Tom Rains [Global Underground Classics Set]
Attic: The Return Of The Legend
Akira Kayosa [3 Hour Decade Of Majefa Special]
Terry Pointon b2b Rascal [Tangled Classics]
Bar: 20 Years of Trance 1997 - 2017 Pt 2.
Andy Croson Andy Anderson Tom Noone Ryan Hamer Tickets on sale now, these will go quickly:
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