Gibb St Warehouse Opening Weekend Friday 12th & Saturday 13th October 2012

Opening Weekend Line-ups – Both shows more TBC

Arkitekt presents… Marco Carola

Friday 12th October @ Gibb St Warehouse

Floodgate St, Birmingham. B9 4AA 

Marco Carola

Damian Schwartz

Plus guests

INTIMATE 500 CAPACITY AFTERPARTY WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST

10pm-5am

£12 Earlybird £15/£20/£25 1st/2nd/3rd Release of tickets

Gibb St Warehouse present… Renaissance’s Twentieth anniversary Part Two

Saturday 13th October @ Gibb St Warehouse

Floodgate St, Birmingham. B9 4AA 

John Digweed

Deetron

Plus guests

10pm-6am

£12 Earlybird £15/£20/£25 1st/2nd/3rd Release of tickets

October sees the return of Gibb St Warehouse, with a monster ensemble of artists lined up for the Autumn/Winter clubbing calendar and the opening weekend particularly strong. The Friday sees Arkitekt and Marco Carola kick off the Autumn schedule, the latter fresh off the back of a scintillating summer season in Ibiza helming Fridays at Amnesia with his new Music On night.

Also operating as a record label that is thoroughly reflective of the Neapolitan legend’s musical mandate, Music On has come to symbolise only the most powerful and persuasive forms of European house and techno, a philosophy that will be reflected when Marco playing a very special headline four hour set here at Gibb Street.

Invited to share the stage with him in Digbeth will be Spanish firebrand Damian Schwartz, the Net28 music platform founder who has rapidly become one of the stars of the European techno scene. An exclusive 500 capacity afterparty will also follow the Gibb St histrionics, with more acts to be announced shortly.

The following night sees the return of the club brand embedded into the folklore not only of Birmingham but of the planet itself; Renaissance. The second leg of the Twentieth Anniversary celebrations that began in both Birmingham and Leeds back at Easter, Renaissance has since had a successful season in Ibiza at Pacha and is about to deliver a stunning showcase in St Georges Hall in Liverpool. However Gibb St remains its 2012 nerve centre.

With Sasha manning the first instalment only one name could even be considered for the second bout; John Digweed. Digweed made his name as a DJ with Renaissance and has since gone on to become one of the most iconic acts in the history of the genre, consistently moving forward with great aplomb throughout the worlds of house and techno. Like Sasha before him he will be joined by a stunning cast of support DJs, Swiss techno powerhouse Deetron joins him, alongside some very special guests, all to be announced in the upcoming weeks.