Three Big Top After-Parties Detailed (Ben Pearce, Hannah Wants, Shonky, and More Set to Headline)

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Following the twelve hour party inside Junk Department‘s Big Top on Saturday 3rd May there will be three official after-parties spread across Southampton. Junk Department have teamed up with Warehouse, High Tide, Bang Bang, and Outage to host after-parties at TRiPP, Mo Warehouse, and Voodoo Lounge. Headliners across the three shows include Ben Pearce, Hannah Wants, Shonky, Darius Syrossian, Laura Jones, Flashmob, Eton Messy, and Gavin Herlihy. Tickets — in the form of £10 upgrade packages — are currently available to Big Top ticket-holders.

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Bang Bang will be making a reappearance once more for one of the three Big Top after parties. The familiar brand will be making its début at The Voodoo Lounge and will be playing host to Hannah Wants, My Nu Leng, Eton Messy, and Charlie Banks. BITR8 and K1R3Y will also be playing a back-to-back set alongside fellow support acts Depth, Ryan Bassoo, and Luna Grooves. Room 2 will be hosted by Outage (Eastleigh). Southampton’s premier warehouse venue (Mo Warehouse, The Mo’club) will be hosting an official Big Top after-party in association with High Tide & DBP’s “Warehouse” brand. Headlining the show will be Ben Pearce, Darius Syrossian, and Flashmob. Also playing on the night will be the High Tide resident DJs. Room 2 in the Mo Warehouse will be a “chillout lounge”. The after-party at TRiPP will be headlined by Shonky (Apollonia), Laura Jones (Leftroom/Visionquest), Gavin Herlihy (Leftroom), and Bones (Sankeys). Also on the bill are Junk Department and dancetripp residents Luca Pilato, Rhymos, and Jody Hannan. TRiPP and Voodoo Lounge will be open till 6am, rounding off a solid 19 hours of music.


Published 22.03.14 18:30. Updated 27.03.14 17:00.

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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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