The London party will hit Leeds, Amsterdam and Frankfurt this spring.
Secretsundaze will throw parties across Europe this spring.
The London-based event series and label is the baby of Giles Smith and James Priestley, who both specialize in deep house. Their infamous Sunday parties take place in London over the summer period, but as usual they've announced a series of dates before their season proper begins in May.
First they'll head to Wire Club in Leeds on February 8th, where Smith and Priestley themselves will headline along with Butter Up residents Hamish Cole, Hugh Bailey and Jonny Sleight. The next evening Smith will fly to Amsterdam, playing at Studio 80 with American deep house artist Fred P plus a live set from Clone's Alden Tyrell. Locals Alex Salvador and Daan Groeneveld are tasked with opening duties.
Later in the spring on March 28th, the duo will return to their home city with a party at Electric Brixton featuring Nina Kraviz, A Guy Called Gerald, New York newcomer Anthony Naples, Youandewan and London's own Citizen. Finally, on March 31st, Priestley and Smith will play Robert-Johnson in Frankfurt, alongside club resident Oliver Hafenbauer.
Tickets for the Leeds party are available here, while tickets for the London instalment are here.