New On Skiddle: Cirque Du Soul, DNB Allstars, Coco presents WaFF, Sosa & more

From touring party carnivals to skank-worthy drum n bass festivals - there's a whole bunch of new events to get excited about, happening in the not so distant future, with tickets now on sale

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 17th Mar 2022

Can you feel that? That's the sensation of excitement bubbling just under the surface. Excitement for what's to come in the first unrestricted spring and summer season in more than two years.

The energy is palpable right now, you could cut it with a knife, and with eye-popping lineups for festivals and one-off events hitting social media sites pretty regularly these days, it's not hard to see why. Roll on the warm and seemingly never-ending sunshine-filled days, revelling to the sounds of your favourite jams courtesy of the biggest names in music.

Adding to this boiling pot of suspense, we present to you ten of the latest and most eagerly anticipated parties and gatherings that have landed on the Skiddle site in the past few days - all with tickets now available to buy!

Scroll down the page and click or tap on the event titles, artist or venue names below for tickets and more. 

 

 

Cirque Du Soul: The Road to El Dorado - Manchester

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When: Friday 11th March 2022

Where: Albert Hall in Manchester

The nations favourite travelling carnivalesque event, Cirque Du Soul has announced it will deliver what has now become its usual off-the-wall party at Manchester venue, Albert Hall this March.

Transforming the historic and Grade II listed live music spot into a magical musical wonderland, popping with colour and vibrancy and welcoming some of the loftiest names in dance music - from Todd Terje to Laurence Guy and Dirty Channels - the event will mark the first Cirque Du Soul show in the northern capital in over three years. 

One not to be missed - expect mind-boggling production, decor, live performers and much more!

 

Find tickets for Cirque Du Soul: The Road to El Dorado - Manchester - here

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DNB Allstars Easter Indoor Festival

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When: Saturday 16th April 2022

Where: Tobacco Dock in LONDON

Sound system junkies, serial skankers and trigger-finger toting bass music fiends will come together in the big smoke this Easter for an eggcellent drum n bass experience. See what we did there?

Bringing music to the masses, the team of knowledgable heads behind the DNB Allstars party brand are set to put on their most daring and ambitious show to date - a multi-arena indoor festival at London's massive Tobacco Dock warehouse. 

Delivering the city's inhabitants with ten plus hours of heavy, hard-hitting, bone-rattling music, those present can expect to sets from respected names the likes of Bou, Haribo, Hedex, Benny L and many more. 

Following a run of sold-out shows across the UK, this is another unmissable event for fans of drum n bass in the early part of the year.

 

Find tickets for DNB Allstars Easter Indoor Festival - here

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Coco presents WaFF, Sosa & Lindsey Matthews

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When: Saturday 12th March 2022

Where: Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool

Revered Liverpudlian house DJ/producer, Sosa will throw a party in his own backyard this coming March, bringing his Coco Presents party to the Invisible Wind Factory.

The technically proficient mixmaster and studio creative, who made his breakthrough back in 2019, has been busy carving out his own sound and finding his place within the UK's ever-popular electronic scene. A regular feature on the live circuit in the past few years, he's performed at events such as Cardiff's Inside Out Festival and at Manchester's The Warehouse Project and continues to land huge bookings, with 2022 looking to be an exceptionally busy year for the twenty-something-year-old. 

Catch him alongside forward-thinking house DJ, Lindsey Matthews and globally renowned dance music talent, WaFF on Saturday 12th March. 

 

Find tickets for Coco presents WaFF, Sosa & Lindsey Matthews - here

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Otherlands Music and Arts Festival

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When: Friday 19th - Sunday 21st August 2022

Where: Scone Palace in Perth

Free yourself from the constraints of your everyday life this August and be transported to a faraway land, where music, art, culture and nature combine harmoniously - Otherlands Music and Arts Festival.

Set on the idyllic and natural grounds of Perth's striking Scone Palace, the three-day camping retreat offers its many annual guests an extended weekend of outstanding live music soundtracked by some of the biggest and most esteemed names in dance. 

Amongst the first round of all-star artists, recently confirmed to entertain festival-goers across six huge stages this summer, are the likes of Bicep, Jamie xx, Tom Misch, Honey Dijon, SHERELLE, TSHA and Yung Singh to name a few. Keep your eyes peeled for more artist announcements in the weeks to come. 

 

Find tickets for Otherlands Music and Arts Festival - here

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Hush Hush x 909 - Cristoph (All night long)

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When: Friday 15th April 2022

Where: Mint Warehouse in Leeds

Making his long-awaited Leeds' debut this April, Newcastle's very own Cristoph is primed and ready to show the people of Yorkshire exactly what the hype is all about at warehouse clubbing destination, the Mint Warehouse. 

The so-called new titan of the progressive house genre has receieved backing from basically every big name in the game. First making his mark in 2016, releasing on Hot Since 82’s Knee Deep in Sound label, he's since been championed by the likes of John Digweed and Sasha, two of the yound producer's biggest influences, and international superstar, Eric Prydz

Catch the enigmatic producer/selector spinning a masterclass this April, as he performs a massive six hour set full no doubt of dance floor heaters.

 

Find tickets for Hush Hush x 909 - Cristoph (All night long) - here

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In It Together Festival

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When: Friday 3rd - Sunday 5th June 2022

Where: Old Park Farm Margam in Port Talbot

Have you seen this lineup?! It's one that's certainly peaked our attention and interest. In It Together Festival look to have really gone that extra mile this year, pulling out all the stops to put on a music event encompassing a little bit of something for all. 

Taking place over the exclusive Jubilee Bank Holiday, those who get their hands on tickets for the fast-approaching party should be thoroughly excited to see world class performances from chart-topping legends the likes of Armand Van Helden, John Newman, Jamie Webster, Green Velvet, Roger Sanchez, The Vaccines, Jane Weaver and many, many more.

Will you be one of the forty thousand people expected to flood the gates at the biggest music festival Wales has ever seen this June? Tickets now available on the link below...

 

Find tickets for In It Together Festival - here

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Look-A-Like Tribute Festival

When: February - May 2022

Where: Various cities across the UK

The UK's biggest tribute festival will embark on a tour of the British Isles through the first half of 2022, bringing the best look and sound-alike acts to huge swathes of eager music fans.

Landing in Glasgow, Sheffield, Cardiff, Newcastle, Southampton, Bath and Manchester before concluding in Inverness, the festival will host some of the nations most regarded tribute groups such as Majesty, a tribute to English rock band, Queen, Fleetwood Bac, Abba Mania, The Bootleg Beatles as well as tributes to Oasis, Elton John, The Rolling Stones and Bowie. 

Get as close as you can to seeing iconic rockstars and all-around legends of music in a city near you this year. Tickets on the link below...

 

Find tickets for Look-A-Like Tribute Festival - here

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The Soundcrash Funk and Soul Weekender

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When: Friday 27th - Sunday 29th May 2022

Where: Dreamland in Margate, Kent 

Polish up those rusty old dance moves and move to the soothing sounds of funk and soul at Margate's extravagant vintage theme park, Dreamland this May. 

Witness pioneering names of both genres, from disco legends Sister Sledge and the king of funk, George Clinton to MBE Norman Jay, and trusted advocates, Gilles Peterson and Craig Charles, as they score an unforgettable weekend-long experience on the southeast coast of England. More artists yet to be announced. 

Tickets to The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender will also allow those who hold them to make full use of the on-site theme park, bursting with old school fairground rides, as well various other seaside attractions and a roller disco. 

Travel back in time, sing, dance and clap your hands to the music at what is set to be the best and most nostalgic event in the south of the country this summer. 

 

Find tickets for The Soundcrash Funk and Soul Weekender - here

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God Made Me Funky w/ Todd Terje

When: Friday 11th March 2022

Where: The Warehouse in Leeds

Bearded synth-wizard, Todd Terje, as many of you readers out there will already know, is a producer who's music is kind of hard to put a finger on. Not one to be pigeonholed, his abstract sounding, funk-laden-disco take on house music is one that's gained him acclaim the world over. 

Packed full of arpeggiators, keys, drum machines and synths, his output has a particularly retro feel to it, perhaps best heard on his biggest track to date 'Inspector Norse'. Regardless, however, its music that's seriously hard to resist. Involuntary foot tapping and head bopping quickly lead into full body shaking, arms flailing, dance floor purposed moves.

Don't believe us? Grab a ticket to his upcoming show in Leeds this March and tell us you didn't end up leaving it all out there on the floor. We dare you. 

 

Find tickets for God Made Me Funky w/ Todd Terje - here

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MADE Festival 2022

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When: Saturday 30th July 2022

Where: Dunstall Park in West Midlands

Birmingham's most sought-after open-air dance event, MADE Festival has a announced a brand new home for its 2022 edition, now residing on Dunstall Park in Wolverhampton, as well phase one of those confirmed to perform. 

Promising it's biggest lineup to date, recently revealed headliners for the one-day event include AJ Tracey, Ms BanksShy FX, Andy C, DJ Zinc, Nicky Blackmarket, Deekline, Eats Everything, and Prospa to mention just a handful (more names on the Instagram post above). Watch this space for more details as they come. 

An array of Midlands-based party collectives are also  set to curate some of the festivals many stages at this July's anticipated event, including Afta Dark, Weird Science and Carnival Magnifico. 

Pre-Sale tickets will be available this evening (Monday 31st January) from 6 PM, with general sale festival tickets on sale from 10 am tomorrow morning (Tuesday 1st February).

 

Find tickets for MADE Festival 2022 - here

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Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.

 

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