Having recovered from their awesome birthday double header, 303 today announce their annual Summer Party line-up. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight has the exclusive scoop on who is playing.
The 303 Summer Party is something that every 303 patron looks forward to with great gusto. Having already announced part one, which takes place at Constellations and features Henry Saiz on an all night long garden stint (8 fucking hours!!!) and Pig & Dan taking control in the warehouse.
The 2nd part of the party will follow the formula that we have become used to from 303‘s summer events. It will kick off in The Attic on Parr Street for an afternoon stint, then we’ll all be trooping down to 303‘s spiritual home, The Williamson Tunnels.
From 15:00 – 20:00, Samual Lamont will be warming us all up on the Attic terrace with what will undoubtedly be the perfect blend of house and techno to get everyone in the mood for moving over to see the headliner at the tunnels. Sam‘s extended sets at the summer bash are always popular. His warm-ups for Hardfloor and Robert Hood over the past two years have been nothing short of spectacular, and have really set the tone as people partied together in the lead-up to the Tunnels‘ main event.
Following on from that, once we’ve all bounced on down to the Williamson Tunnels, we have a right treat in store for us. Charlie May is confirmed to be playing one of 303‘s renowned all night sets.
May is one of the most prominent figures in the progressive house scene and has been since it’s inception. One half of progressive house act, Spooky, and the producer of a raft of Sasha‘s tracks, Charlie May has forged himself a position at the very zenith point of the progressive house scene.
His most recent outing with Sasha was the re-Fracted concerts, which saw Sasha running through a special rendition of his 2016, Scene Delete. Charlie played a huge part in the performance. He will be playing a mixture of new and old tracks throughout his set, so expect to hear a fair few gems (hopefully including Xpander and the track that started it all, Don’t Panic).
Tickets are available now, and at a mere tenner (plus booking fee), you can’t really go wrong with this one, can you? Get yourself over to Skiddle, here to purchase with immediate effect. This one is going to be quite the spectacular.
In the meantime, have a listen to Charlie‘s Cream Classics mix, below…