Much loved Manchester promoters, Micron have recently been responsible for bringing some key players to their parties, including Carl Craig, Jasper James and Josh Wink, as well as organising various fundraisers for the victims of the Manchester Arena attacks.
Joining Micron to host the night is Liverpool institution 303's Mancunian sister project, 909, which has welcomed some of electronic music's key names to the neighbouring city over the past year, including John Digweed and Dave Clarke.
Widely regarded as one of the best selectors in the industry, Andrew Weatherall has an encyclopedic knowledge of music, his eclectic record collection is filled with anything from low tempo gems to percussive house and techno. Add into the equation Ivan Smagghe's renowned love for the obscure and it's a no brainer that a truly unique clubbing experience is to be expected in Gorilla's main room.
In line with their recent policy of a three-hour minimum set time for headliners, the two titans of electronic music, both part of the fabric of club culture, will play back to back for a mammoth five hours.
Residents from both Micron and 909 are set to round off the night in the bar area from 8pm - 2am.