Sub Focus, Knife Party, Pendulum and Roots Manuva have been announced for 4th November at The Warehouse Project, Young Academic can sensationally reveal. Read on for more information and be sure to check out the wicked new trailer above…

The Metropolis Birthday All-nighter on 4th November 2011 pulls in all the punches with Sub Focus, and Roots Manuva topping the bill. Also heading up the night will be the eagerly anticipated side-project from Pendulum’s Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, Knife Party.

Opening hours for this celebratory night are extended to 6am leaving plenty of time to pack in True Tiger, Friction, DJ Hype and 16 Bit. Also confirmed for the Friday bash is a ‘Made in Manchester’ showcase for Room 2 with Virus Syndicate, Broke n English, Jenna G – Live and many more raising a glass for Metropolois’ birthday.

For the R&S Records night at The Warehouse Project Mount Kimbie take an exclusive break from the studio to bring a live performance to Store Street. The duo are the last addition to an already outstanding line up for Saturday 26th November, headlined by the Mercury Prize-nominee James Blake.

Event details

Friday 4th November

The Metropolis Birthday Allnighter
Sub Focus – Live

Knife Party – Live

True Tiger

(ft. Sukh Knight, Stenchman, Scandalous ULTD, Blue Bera & Chunky)

Friction

DJ Hype

16 Bit

Plus very special guest:

Roots Manuva – Live

Room 2: Made in Manchester

Virus Syndicate

Broke n English

Jenna G – Live

Chimpo & Trigga

North Base (Silver & Prophecy)

The Steppahs

Karmic Evolution & special guest Sigma

MCs: Tonn Piper, Strategy, DRS

Times: 21:30 – 06:00

Price: £18.50

 

Saturday 26th November

R&S Records and James Blake present…

James Blake – Live

Mount Kimbie – Live

Andrew Weatherall

Optimo Espacio

Space Dimension Controller

James Blake (DJ set)

Pariah

Vondelpark – Live

Untold

Blawan

Lone

The Chain

Times: 21:30 – 05:00

Price: £17.50

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