The Acid Experiment Free Party on Saturday 3rd February 2018
Fresh of the back of a monster boxing day party with our good friends at Sum Cellar, we bring back what was by far our biggest party of 2017 with over 1500 people spread across the full LAB11 complex last February.
The Acid Experiment free party returns to kick start a fresh year of raving and this time we look to go bigger.
Being the 30th anniversary of the summer of love we are going back to our roots this year, with residents new and old alongside a few secret special guests & massive production across the whole of lab to give you a hedonistic acid house utopia under those infamous arches!
As we enter our 3rd year of parties our mission stays the same, using the very best light & sound production available, alongside a core team of residents who know the sound inside out (plus a few who was there the first time round!), we look to bring the original rave era right back into modern day Britain.
Its time too bring some love back into our society, with missery and hardships appearing everywhere you look... its time for The Acid Experiment to take centre stage & bring round the new generations summer of love!
Free tickets are available, however as was the case with last year, free entry is ONLY VALID UNTIL 11.30... entry after 11.30 with one of these tickets will go up to £10.
Free tickets are strictly limited to ONE PER PERSON... you will need to show ID. It must match the name on the ticket. Anyone with a ticket not in their name risks being refused entry.
Please note that free tickets do not guarantee entry, once we have hit capacity doors will close for free ticket holders so arrive as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
£10 tickets that guarantee entry at any time of the night will be available on Skiddle from 2/1/17.
Music Genres: Acid House, Club Classics, House, Old Skool, Techno
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