The Zoo Project brings Channel Zoo to a secret Liverpool location this Easter

This Easter sees mUmU and Freeze team up with Ibiza's The Zoo Project at a secret Liverpool location, for a night of quality electronic music headlined by Chez Damier and Terry Francis.

21st Mar 2013

After a 3 year hiatus, the guys at mUmU and Freeze have teamed up with Ibiza giants, and forthcoming Festival hosts, the Zoo Project, to bring you a night of unforgettable underground music, hosted at a secret Liverpool location.

The now famous Zoo Project started life as a weekly event in an old abandoned Zoo in the hills of Benimussa, Ibiza. Enjoying massive success for its unique vision and ability to throw a consistently awesome party, The Zoo Project grew in size and reputation. With a massive UK following, Zoo hosted their first UK festival in 2012, with the second one announced for this summer. As a taster, the organisers have teamed up with mUmU and Freeze to create the exclusive and thrilling prospect of ‘Channel Zoo,’ a chance to showcase just what it is that makes their events so special.

Expect a night of love, unity and quality underground electronic music, with headliners such as Chicago house veteran Chez Damier, Tech House legend and Fabric resident Terry Francis, underground House and Techno maverick Spencer Parker, *riffraff party host, and Zoo Project favourite Lee Pennington, Dutch cool cat Samuel Deep, as well as London based Ibiza mainstays, Nic & Caleb.

Easter Sunday is set to be a huge night for Liverpool, with the Zoo Project bringing the sellout Ibiza event to the heart of Merseyside. With second to none production, an incredible line-up, in a suitably mind blowing venue, you’ll soon find out what all the fuss has been about!

Words: Michael Warburton

 

 

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