Liverpool underground dance heavyweights mUmU are set to take the Baltic Triangle by storm with their 9th birthday celebrations. Get a load of this.
The first of The Waveform Transmitter‘s events series brings you mUmU‘s 9th Birthday party. It takes place on the 4th of February and promises to be a belt driven beast of a party. Nine DJs and 15 hours in the Great Baltic / New Bird Street warehouse and garden. Get in!!
The much-respected mUmU are regarded as connoisseurs of some of the finest house, live electronica and techno the city has to offer, consistently bringing the newest and best music to the baying ears of underground dance fans since 2008.
mUmU’s spiritual home, at the New Bird Street warehouse and garden, was made for times such as these and is established as being a regular hub of the Baltic area. 15 hours will certainly allow ample time for Cassy, Enzo Siragusa, Gary Beck, and Lee Rands to weave their infectious mixes into the fabric of your sweaty night.
Adjoining the New Bird Street Warehouse is the Great Baltic, an impressive industrial setting where we will feel the talents of Nastia, Clive Henry, Jon Rundell, Scott Grant & Tred Benedict innovating the airwaves.
Our day session will be paved with the feel-good sounds of the Hustle and LDS DJs with Jimmy Allen, James Morgan & Scot Martin spinning us in through the doors.
Get a ticket, get on down and get filthy with some of the most well-established and upcoming artists from around the globe.
Both the venues and mUmU parties are renowned for their good-time atmosphere and it is the last single digit birthday mUmU will have. So…let’s party like we are 9!
There is also an after party (if you’re still able to move!) hosted by Henry St Social & guests.
We’ve teamed up with mUmU to offer you a chance to win a pair of tickets for the night so that one lucky reader and their mate/significant other/pet rock can enjoy the party.
Simply follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and retweet the post below to be in with a chance of winning tickets for the event. It couldn’t be easier!
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