303 kick off five year birthday celebrations

The well-regarded clubnight will take over one of the UK's most impressive venues for the first time this February.

Jimmy Coultas

Last updated: 5th Jan 2018.
Originally published: 2nd Nov 2017

Image: Invisible Wind Factory (source)

Liverpool clubnight 303 have done some fine things in the city over the past five years, welcoming a smorgasbord of the best names in house and techno to their regular parties. Selectors as varied as Andrew Weatherall, Dave Clarke, Henry Saiz and Dave Seaman are among the previous guests, with house and techno at its most refined the dominant soundtrack.

2018 marks their fifth year in the business, so they're celebrating with a full program of events across the year in some of their favourite previous venues - which may or may not include Constellations and the Williamson Tunnels, scenes of their most infamous crimes - alongside a handful of fresh spaces.

They kick-start proceedings at Invisible Wind Factory, a space which they've never ventured to before, but that wholly suits their ethos and style. The innovate warehouse complex, which was developed by the same team behind the much-loved Kazimier, boasts immersive visual environments and world-class sound and lighting. 

The line up has been confirmed as a host of 303 favourites and progressive dons. Nick Warren, Guy J and Henry Saiz, who are all previous headliners, will head up the bill. They'll be joined by Charlie May and Steve Parry

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