Tickets now on sale for Warehouse Southampton’s autumn 2014 calendar

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It has been many months in the making but the time has now finally come for the first tickets to be released for the Warehouse Southampton autumn/winter (September, October, November) calendar of events. DBP have been revealing multiple lineups per week over the last couple of months and, as of 17:00 on Sunday 17th August, tickets for all their events are on sale.

All the forthcoming WH events have a tiered pricing plan, with Early Bird and Super Early Bird tickets starting from as little as £8 and £10. Once those are gone (limited availability on both), prices increase to £12, £15, and more. So, no snoozin’.

Some of the WH events are being run in conjunction with High Tide and the Shogun Audio show will be taking place at RoXX. There are also a couple of special events thrown in for good measure, such as the Eton Messy garden party, DBP’s 6th Birthday with Sigma and a free event featuring Justin Martin. DBP’s multi-venue Halloween 2014 event will also feature the Mo Warehouse.

The full run down of September/Ocotober/November headliners is as follows: Seth Troxler, Alan Fitzpatrick, Tom Budden, Justin Martin, Wilkinson, Calyx & TeeBee, René Lavice, Steve Lawler, Detlef (live), Sigma, MK, Kidnap Kid, Groove Armada, Tough Love, Friction, DJ Marky, Rockwell, Joe Ford, Route94, Richy Ahmed, Greg Pidcock, Hot Since 82, Bontan, SecondCity, Oliver $, Jesse Rose, Christoph, Huxley, Maribou State, Lee Foss, Patrick Topping, Ejeca, Alexis Raphael, Citizen, Cozzy D, Shy FX, Shadow Child, Kry Wolf, Eli & Fur, and Bondax.

Further to that, here are the brands involved with various events over the coming months: Eton Messy, RAM Records, VIVa Warriors, Shogun Audio, Hot Creations, Creche, Digital Soundboy, and Food Music.

DBP/WH are currently putting together their December 2014 and Q1 2015 calendar … more on that soon.

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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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