Kicking off this October with a homecoming show at a new and undisclosed 4500-capacity venue in Gateshead, the tour will see Topping perform at the likes of London's Printworks and Manchesters Mayfield Depot
Last updated: 3rd Sep 2019
Named after the Newcastle-born DJs thriving record label TRICK, Patrick Topping will embark on a tour this coming Autumn/Winter with dates in October and November, starting with a special day party in his hometown of Gateshead.
The label, initially launched to showcase emerging talent and Topping's capabilities as a producer, has gained widespread support from many respected names from the DJing world. His latest release via the TRICK label, Turbo Time was recently selected as BBC Radio 1'sHottest Record, gaining acclaim from the likes of Gerd Janson, Denis Sulta, Diplo and Aussie sensation Fisher, to name a few.
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Characterised by astounding bespoke production, each party will feature an exciting bill of some of the biggest names in dance music. Artists confirmed to appear at the tours first destination in Gateshead, include fellow North Easterner, Elliot Adamson, Chicago house legend Green Velvet and seasoned techno maestro Ilario Alicante. Planned by Topping and local dance event organisers Shindig, the event will take place at the yet-to-be announced Mainyard location, on October 5th.
The following weekend see's DJsLen Faki, Roman Flugel, Paul Woolford and Detroit's K-Hand, heading up a special lineup, including an exclusive house set from the highly sought after Faki, at London's Printworks. The event will be held in the venues LIVE Press Halls, very rarely used for DJ shows.
Subsequent destinations include Amsterdam's Central Station for a special collaboration with Audio Oscura, a night in Derry, Northern Ireland with a yet to be announced lineup, and a star studded finale at the Warehouse Projects new Mayfield Depot location, with DJs Eats Everything, Ibiza favourite Luciano, Skream, Kolsch, Paco Osuna and many more yet to be announced.