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Come Together '21: Denis Sulta, Solardo & more to play on huge series of shows

Seasoned party throwers Weird Science in partnership with venue Luna Springs, will bring a host of respected dance music greats to Birmingham this autumn for a series of special shows

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 14th Apr 2021

Leading music event promoters, Weird Science are set to bring a very special series of shows to Birmingham's creative quarter, taking place over three weekends this autumn.

Celebrating the eventual reopening of society and bringing together ravers on the dance floor once more, Come Together '21 will see some of the world's finest electronic talents assuming control of the turntables at one of Digbeth's newest outdoor bars and street food venues - Luna Springs.

Named after a legendary 18th century club of creatives who allegedly convened at the turn of each and every full moon - The Lunar Society, the inner city open-air venue is Birmingham's latest COVID complaint events space to open its doors. Although at present only a four-hundred capacity club, Luna Springs will boast room for up to two-thousand-five-hundred party revellers from June 21st, once all remaining restrictions in the UK have been eased. 

Amongst some of the numerous names set to take to the stage throughout September and October, are the likes of Glasgows Hector Barbour aka Denis Sulta, Manchester-based DJ/producer duo, Solardo, and SolidGrooves head honcho, Michael Bibi. Renowned party collectives and imprints, such as bassline aficionados Crucast, Drum n bass label Hospitality and more, are also set to take over the venue, each supplying their own unique evenings of raucous dance music.

 

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Opening the series of live music events on Friday 17th September 2021, those who acquire what are set to be some of the hottest gig tickets to get your hands on in the country, will witness a live performance from one of the UK's most honourable DJ's and producers - avid fund raiser Joe Hunt. Special guests for this date have also yet to be announced.

Furthering the Walsall native's cause in assisting NHS charities, the Weird Science team have announced that they will offer five-hundred free tickets to NHS staff looking to attend the launch event. 

 

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Tickets for the forthcoming Come Together '21 event series will be available to purchase on Monday 19th April at 10am

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