DBP’s multi-venue Southampton Halloween 2014 event to feature Redlight, My Nu Leng, Zinc, and more

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Toyboy & Robin, Charlie Sloth, and DJ Luck & MC Neat will be joining Redlight, My Nu Leng, Zinc, and two more acts yet to be revealed to perform across ten Southampton venues this Halloween (on Thursday 30th October to be precise). In a similar style to previous years, this event, put together by DBP, is a multi-venue bar crawl across a large number of Southampton’s venues. Specifically, the ten headliners are spread over ten venues and tickets, priced at £10, will provide entry (and unlimited re-entries if space is available) to all venues.

The venues taking part this year are as follows: RoXX, Revolution, 90 Degrees, Aura, Buddah Lounge, Orange Rooms, Tokyo, Cafe Parfait, Switch, and Oceana. Many are based around Bedford Place / London Road and some will be opening earlier than others, while some will be staying open later than others.

The event is expected to attract in excess of 4000 people, many of which will undoubtedly be adorned in various appropriatenesses of fancy dress. Alongside the flat-rate £10 tickets, DBP have also pushed for £2 drinks to be available at every venue all night, keeping costs down for everyone.

The DJs currently announced provide a nice balance between mainstream chart music and underground club music, and at the same time covering a broad range of genres. For instance, Redlight has enjoyed plenty of chart success over the last year but he has also maintained his Lobster Boy side of things.

Elsewhere over the Halloween weekend, DBP have also organised two Warehouse Southampton (WH) events. Friday 31st October will see Huxley play a 3 hour set, with support from Maribou State, and Saturday 1st November will see the Hot Creations brand take over the Mo Warehouse with Lee Foss, wAFF, and Patrick Topping.

Tickets for DBP’s 2014 Halloween event in Southampton will be put on sale on the 15th August.

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Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.

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