Last updated: 4th Jan 2018.
Originally published: 13th Dec 2017
Image: 303 Liverpool (Credit Nick Mizen)
303 have dropped another announcement as part of their huge fifth birthday celebrations, with arguably their biggest booking to date taking centre stage in the Invisible Wind Factory over the Easter weekend, John Digweed.
The legendary selector has been one of the most iconic artists of modern dance music, his flawless mixing and impeccable tune selection a dominant focus of clubland for the past twenty years. Delivering a complete spectrum of electronic sounds, from melody heavy house music to pulsating techno, he's been feted for decades and remains one of the scenes undeniable greats.
He'll be supported on the night by a DJ who is considered in many ways of the same lineage, Patrice Baumel. Also gloriously engaging, his ability to traverse through the full sonic palette of house and techno makes him one of the most intriguing draws of our time, and the perfect support to augment a truly mesmerising evening of electronic music. Steve Parry and the 303 Djs will also play.
This is the second birthday announcement from 303, who also revealed that Nick Warren, Guy J, Henry Saiz and more would be playing their first party on Saturday 3rd February (which has now also moved to the Invisible Wind Factory). You can sign up to Remind Me for 303 tickets for the show via the below box, which will become available on Monday 8th January.
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