Win tickets for Andrew Weatherall and Surgeon at 303 4th Birthday Double Header!

Liverpool techno mainstay 303 are bringing both Andrew Weatherall and Surgeon to Liverpool for a double header of 4th birthday shows. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight has a pair of tickets on offer for both shows, for two lucky readers.

You know you’re onto a good thing when you’ve got two of underground techno‘s biggest names heading down to help you celebrate your birthday. As bloody usual, 303 are spoiling us with their double header of shows to celebrate their 4th birthday, bringing firm favourites Andrew Weatherall and Surgeon over to Liverpool for two separate shows.

May 13th sees Mr Weatherall heading down to the tunnels for the first installment of the party. Weatherall should need no introduction. The man has been lauded as one of techno’s most prominent figures since the year dot, and both his solo work and numerous collaborative exploits have placed him firmly in the hearts of many an electronic music fan.

May 28th looks equally as special, as Birmingham techno legend Surgeon will be obliterating the tunnels with his own brand of unrelenting techno. This is a very different kind of set for the 303 massive, as Big Tony will be performing entirely live, using all manner of modular magic to make sure every leg in the room is well and truly stomped off the body to which it is connected. Support for this show comes courtesy of the 303 residents.

In usual generous form, The Waveform Transmitter has teamed up with the lovely lot at 303 to give two lucky readers a pair of tickets for BOTH shows. You should know the drill by now. To be in with a chance of winning, simply FOLLOW The Waveform Transmitter on Facebook, LIKE the post below, SHARE the post below, and COMMENT with the name of a buddy you would like to take along with you. G’wed then!

Author: Ste Knight

Editor at The Waveform Transmitter. Lover of acid basslines, cavernous kick drums, and dark rooms. Cut his teeth to Surgeon's blistering techno assault at T-Funkshun in Liverpool and hasn't stopped for breath since.

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