Gin & Disco will hold its inaugural Manchester party at the newly launched Brickworks, with the all-day event headlined by The Shapeshifters and Hifi Sean.
The disco brand comes to Manchester after a debut mini UK tour took them to Chester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stoke-on-Trent over the summer, bringing with them disco, funk, soul and … gin.
Each party has its own Gin & Disco production to make each one a truly special and unique experience. Previous headline guests have included Greg Wilson, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Todd Terry, Melvo Baptiste, Crazy P and Derek Kaye.
For their first foray into Manchester’s disco hearts they are taking over the newly launched Brickworks, a subterranean maze of caverns and tunnels, deep in the heart of Manchester’s city centre, and alongside residents, The Disco Exchange and Sam White, there will be the welcome return of the much loved Hifi Sean to the city, alongside house music behemoth, The Shapeshifters. Second room proceedings will be taken over by Manchester’s rapidly growing disco brand Lost in Music, fresh off the back of a recent string of sell out events, with resident DJ’s Marco Giannini and Reeta, joined by rising stars James Greenwood, Che Wilson, Josh Ray and Hollie Profit.
Speaking about the decision to hold a Manchester event, promoter Ed Davis commented, “We’ve thrown parties up and down the country, but we’ve waited for the right time and right venue before we made our mark on Manchester. Manchester is a city steeped in electronic music history, and it’s a city that is blessed with a thriving nightlife, especially its disco scene, so it is important that our debut on the city is different to the rest. Day time parties are a bit of a rarity, so we are really excited to break from the norm in this respect, with our event starting at 2pm and running through until 11pm. Which is typically when most clubs are only just opening.”
When does Gin & Disco hold its debut Manchester party?
Gin & Disco holds its inaugural Manchester party at Barton Arcade’s Brickworks on 1 December 2018.
Author: Editorial Team
Live Manchester editorial team