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Pure Garage Reloaded [Second Date Added] on Friday 27th September 2019
EXTRA DATE ADDED!
Following the recent announcement of Pure Garage Reloaded this Autumn, the eagerly anticipated event will now host a second date on Friday 27th September due to overwhelming demand.
Taking place at prestigious Manchester venue The Albert Hall, Pure Garage Reloaded will see a wealth of the finest talent from the garage scene join a 2,500 capacity attendance packed with party goers for what promises to prove one of this year’s hottest events.
Taking place across the last weekend of September, Pure Garage Reloaded is spearheaded by legendary UK garage figurehead DJ Pied Piper, best known for his chart-topping anthem ‘Do You Really Like It?’. With the pioneer joined by an all-star ensemble in Manchester, British pair Double 99, R&B songstress Kele Le Roc, and London rapper Donae’o will also be in attendance at the Albert Hall event.
With the party kicking off at 11pm, music will run right through the night with further performances from Majestic, DJ/MC duo Oxide & Neutrino, and soul legend Shola Ama. Ending at 5am, Pure Garage Reloaded will also see attendees head to the bar for a ‘Sambuca’ with The Wideboys, and get wavy to the tunes of Wookie, local act Sweet Female Attitude (responsible for huge 90’s hit ‘Flowers’), and platinum-selling ‘21 Seconds’ collective, So Solid Crew.
Pure Garage Reloaded promises to ignite the Albert Hall dance-floor with a whopping catalogue of hits that defined an entire generation of UK dance music.
_ Line Up (A-Z)
DJ Pied Piper
Kele Le Roc
Oxide & Neutrino
So Solid Crew
Sweet Female Attitude
Music Genres: UK Garage
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