Promoter Focus: Trancecoda

We focus in on what Trancecoda have up their sleeves for Easter Weekend and beyond with Ferry Corsten, John Askew and Menno De Jong set to visit Birmingham.

Jimmy Coultas

Last updated: 2nd Apr 2015

Images: Trancecoda 

Burgeoning brand Trancecoda have been fortifying trance music in Birmingham for quite a while now. As the Bank Holiday fast approaches, we've taken time out to see what they've got pencilled in for the Easter break and beyond.

They get the ball rolling early on Saturday 4th April with an all day pre-party at The Wagon and Horses. Relaying a chunk of trance cuts you're likely to stumble across in the Balearics, Eddie Bitar, Lee Osbourne and Maria Healy lead the way for the marathon rave up that can be bought into here

Moving a stones throw away to Boxxed Warehouse, John Askew pulls the punches behind the wheels of steel for a staggering five hours for the remainder of the Saturday.

Giving him more than enough time to pluck the riches of his record box, expect huge hits like 'Shine' (above) to appear throughout the night which can be took in via the ticket link here. He is joined in force by Eddie Bitar, Dark Fusion, James Dean and Glynn Alan to take the rave deep into the early hours. 

Tunnelling through to Saturday 9th May, Trancecoda link up with Ferry Corsten for a Full On shin dig at Boxxed. Keeping the hyped up revellers reaching for the lasers with a three hour set, Ferry is joined by Dutch Compatriot Jacob Van Hage, Ben Gold and the high flying Mark Sherry


Skiddle Mix 052 - Menno de Jong (Trance Sanctuary) by Skiddle on Mixcloud


Over in room two, genre overlord Menno De Jong keeps the rave ticking over nicely, check his mix for us from last summer above. He is bolstered by Angry Man and Lee Osbourne to seal a heavyweight programme that keeps Birmingham firmly in the ascendency when it comes to high grade trance music. Lock down your tickets for that one here.  

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