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In:Motion / Just Jack Return To The Laserdome on Friday 2nd November 2018
Return To The Laserdome
TOM RIO, DAN WILD + JETHRO
Just Jack's infamous Halloween party returns. Prepare yourself for The Return To The Laserdome. A journey through time and space to a postcalyptic rave wasteland set way back in the future.
This year we've decided to scale it back to how we used to throw it down, with fewer rooms and a lower capacity meaning the vibes will be through the roof.
5 of the world's most respected DJs join us on a lineup that's packed with quality from top to bottom. Ben UFO, DJ Bone and Tama Sumo take care of business in The Laserdome. Unanimously revered as 3 of the worlds most respected selectors they're all making returns to Just Jack after each having torn the roof off on separate lineups in the past.
In contrast, The Tunnel see's 2 Just Jack debuts from some cats we're literally frothing with excitement for. Salon Des Amateurs mainstays Bufiman (aka Jan Schulte aka Wolf Müller) and ludicrous deep digger Vladimir Ivkovic take the reigns. Both luminaries of the infamous Dusseldorf club, theyll be well at home in the intimacy of the tunnel.
Residents Tom Rio, Dan Wild and Jethro lay down cover fire as always and will be hosting a secret space in the venue.
As always this is a Halloween event so dress up to get down. Think post apocalyptic acid-house anarchists, undead rave rebels, Mad Max chic, Blade Runner freaks, that kind of vibe. We'll be going to town on the production to ensure you all lose your minds, so get ready for a big one.
More info coming soon.
Get ready for the lasers.
Music Genres: House, Tech House
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