Subject One x KOLE presents: Mark Broom Tickets | Invisible Wind Factory Liverpool  | Fri 16th December 2022 Lineup

Subject One x KOLE presents: Mark Broom tickets

Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool

Friday 16th December 2022

11:00pm til 4:00am (Last entry 12:30am)

Minimum Age: 18

Subject One and KOLE events presents Mark Broom in the invisible wind factory substation

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Subject One x KOLE presents: Mark Broom on Friday 16th December 2022

Please note, this event has been postponed.
New date to be announced in due course.

Subject One & KÖLE events are ecstatic to present a night of elite level techno at the iconic Invisible Wind Factory Liverpool on Friday 16th December.

Headlining the show we proudly welcome the global phenomenon BEN KLOCK. The Berghain resident, a symbolic name at the forefront of evolving, forward thinking electronic dance music lands in Liverpool city centre for the first time in 5 years.

Supported by uk legend MARK BROOM. A resident of seminal record label REKIDS, the uk producer has helped shape the face of house and techno over three decades.

Closing proceedings we welcome RAVEN whose ferocious brand of techno has ignited the Berlin nightlife with her irrefutable style.

Join us for a night of hedonistic, hypnotic techno.

UPDATE *** Unfortunately due to cancelled flights due to adverse weather conditions Raven and Ben Klock can no longer attend. Event will be going ahead in the substation with Mark Broom, Tenzella and Inafekt.

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