Gerd Janson, Young Marco, DEBONAIR, Alief, Triple Point, Deburgh b2b Nomadic
We're back with an almighty bang on Saturday 3rd February as we return to Hope Works for our first full warehouse party of 2018 with a trio of incredibly special guests! Running Back label boss Gerd Janson can do no wrong of late and is one of the most in demand DJs in the world at the moment. The Berghain / Panorama Bar, DC10 Ibiza and former Plastic People resident is renowned for his consistently brilliant blends of house, disco, techno and electro, and we can't wait to see him throw it down in our favourite warehouse for us. A genuine tastemaker and selector as well as an unbelievable DJ, Gerd simply never disappoints! He's joined by Rush Hour man of the moment and 2017 poster boy Young Marco, who'll be making his Sheffield debut. Famed for his high energy, eclectic and genre hopping sets, he's been playing the biggest festival and club stages in the world over the last year and is guaranteed to knock our socks off on the closing set. Don't Look Now will be taking on hosting duties for us in Mesters and are thrilled to welcome a rising star of NTS Radio back to Sheffield in the incomparable DEBONAIR. Her signature blend of weird and wonderful sounds are guaranteed to get Mesters absolutely popping. Support comes from PPG residents Alief - DJ and Triple Point alongside an extended b2b from Don't Look Now duo Deburgh and Nomadic.
Hope Works / Sheffield
00:00 - 07:00
- Warehouse -
Gerd Janson [Running Back]
Young Marco [Rush Hour / Dekmantel]
Triple Point [Pretty Pretty Good]
- Mesters: Hosted by Don't Look Now -
DEBONAIR [NTS Radio]
Deburgh b2b Nomadic [Don't Look Now]
Alief - DJ [Pretty Pretty Good]
As always the experts from DEM Audio will be on hand to provide Void Acoustics Air Motion sound in the Warehouse and the now infamous PPG 'wall of bass' in Mesters. Our resident VJ Zaron Mizmeras will also be bringing a mind-bending live visual installation to the courtyard space.