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La Discotheque announce first ever Liverpool show

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The award winning disco event will arrive in Liverpool for the first time this December, with a host of renowned selectors in tow.

17th Oct 2019

One of the UK's most exciting and popular club nights, La Discotheque will throw their first ever Liverpool party this December.

Widely known for their extravagant events, comprised of flamboyantly dressed dancers, an abundance of glitter and confetti, flamingos and the occasional 'La Pisscotheque' toilet takeover, the brand have been hard at work throughout 2019, supplying audiences across Europe with their unique, high energy disco party atmosphere.

A special run of events at the White Isle' Ibiza Rocks hotel over the summer season, saw some very special performances from the likes of Mancunian disco favourites Crazy P, Warehouse Project resident Krysko, MBE Norman Jay and world renown house DJ, Derrick Carter.

Now back on British soil, the Manchester born club brand has announced several dates across the country to see out the year, including a fantastique and inaugural date at one of Liverpool's most creative art and event spaces - The Invisible Wind Factory, on Saturday 6th December.

The event, co-hosted by experienced Liverpool based promotion team - Worried About Henry, will see performances from a carefully curated selection of some of the most respected names in disco and house music, including the aforementioned Derrick Carter, Greg Wilson, Felix Dickinson, PBR Streetgang, Danielle Moore (Crazy P) and Will Tramp.

Tickets for La Discotheque at Liverpool's Invisible Wind Factory are available below.

Image credit: La Discotheque

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