By those that love it, Majefa has always been regarded as one of the best little trance nights in the country and, for them, one of Manchester's best nights out.
For several years, the Majefa crew have been packing crowds that are big in number and even bigger with enthusiasm into small venues like Sound Control, Night People and Joshua Brooks, all in the city centre.
The two rooms at Manchester Academy will allow the night to venture around the variants of house music, including prog house, techno and tech house, but there'll still be lots of time devoted to the trance sounds that the Majefa faithful hold dear.
Way Out West's Nick Warren, one of the UK's longest serving DJs since the 1990s will play alongside German house DJ Patrice Baumel and Luke Warren in Room 1.
Akira Kayosa aka Northampton's Russell Lewis Ogden is one of trance music's biggest revelations of the last decade. He'll be playing a four hour set in Room 2, accompanied by the Majefa debut of Scot Project, who has been at the forefront of the hard trance sound since the mid 1990s. The night will also feature Majefa's most spectacular visuals to date including an LED wall and laser array.