PUSH: Warehouse Sessions in London this Saturday

PUSH is the gritty underground brand from the creators of London's biggest summer dance festival South West Four. With their bi-weekly Sunday Sessions events at The White House in Clapham, these guys have redefined Sunday evening clubbing. The likes of James Zabiela, Xpress2, Adam Freeland, Krafty Kuts, and Fergie have all brought their world-class DJing skills to their parties.

'Warehouse Sessions' is the first of its kind for PUSH with a line-up to die for featuring some of the finest purveyors of dirty, driving, cutting-edge house and electro music. Headlining is the awesome Eric Prydz – Sweden's number one who has been continually stunning the dance music fraternity with his huge productions over the last few years. Anyone who saw his epic 3 hour set at Global Gathering 2006 will know that he is simply one of the most sensational DJs around, with a euphoric, tough-edged sound that is perfect for big arenas. London legend and owner of The End Mr. C the don of the original late '80s warehouse parties and Clink St raves brings his naughty, techy vibes to the party, with Mylo's stablemate and electro obsessive Linus Loves making a rare London appearance. This is simply one of the most exciting line-ups the capital has seen all year!

Full line up:

Eric Prydz + Mr C + Linus Loves
Aaron Baskerville
Nathan Larkin
David Brinson
Marcio Groove

This is a ticket only event - Limited capacity
Early Bird Tickets £12 + b.f. SOLD OUT!
Standard Tickets £14 + b.f.
M.O.T.D.

PUSH: Warehouse Sessions in London this Saturday
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December 8, 2006 at 1:57 PM CET

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