MK & Hannah Wants Warehouse Party Gets Official After-Party



MK and Hannah Wants are set to headline a DBP / High Tide warehouse party in Southampton on the 15th March. Now, the promoters have announced that there will be an official after-party running right through sunrise and into the morning. So, how’s your stamina?


Tickets for the main event went on sale at the end of January and were snapped up within days, more than a month before the warehouse doors open. As such, demand has very much exceeded supply and people are asking for spare tickets left, right and centre. This is no doubt due to MK (Marc Kinchen) and Hananh Wants’ excellent track record in Southampton … people want more.

Taking a leaf out of the books of the nightlife juggernauts and dance music epicentres that are London, Berlin, et al. DBP and High Tide have confirmed that there will be an official after-party running from 3am till 8am at a soon-to-be-revealed location. The “special guest DJs” are yet to be announced but tickets (£4 early birds, £5 standard) will be going on sale soon.

Update: Tickets on sale now and new after party headliner announced: Second City.

If you have a quick glance around the scene in Southampton you’ll soon realise that it’s commonplace, due to licensing restrictions and other factors, for the majority of events to be finishing up come 3 or 4am. In fact, many venues have to submit Temporary event notices (TENs) to the council in advance just to stay open till 4am. Those venues with permanent late-licenses are often permitted to stay open till 6am, but staying open till 8am is relatively alien to Southampton.

More info as it comes.


PS while nothing’s been announced officially, Sotonight suspects that the plan might be to persuade MK and/or Hannah Wants to DJ at the after-party too.

Update: MK is definitely not playing at the after-party.


Published: 13.02.14 17:00. Updated: 19.02.14 10:30.


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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.