Future Garden Announce Limited Capacity Daytime Party


Yesterday at 6pm Future Garden revealed their plans to throw a daytime party on Revolution’s roof terrace: Cocktails on the Roof. Running from 2pm till 10pm on the 3rd June, the event will have a very limited capacity due to the size of the venue.

Tickets were put on sale immediately and snapped up within minutes. Those who were unable to purchase tickets in time will still be able to catch Future Garden once more in Southampton before the summer as, later that week, they’re hosting a much larger event at The Warehouse, headlined by Leon Vynehall and Dan Shake. Tickets for “Future Garden Presents – A Night At The Warehouse” are on sale now, currently priced at £10.

“Cocktails on the Roof” will feature an appearance from up-and-coming Melbourne DJ/producer Francis Inferno Orchestra who will be playing alongside the Future Garden DJs and friends.

Francis Inferno Orchestra first caught attention back in 2010. At the time, he was living in Melbourne and making downtempo house and disco for UK labels like Under The Shade and Kolour Recordings. As RA found out last year, FIO now calls London home, and has largely said goodbye to the slo-mo sound he and many of his fellow Melbourne residents built their early careers on. FIO’s début album “A New Way Of Living” is set to drop via Voyeurhythm next week and is made up of seven sample-heavy house tracks.



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