You only needed to witness to scenes at Ministry of Sound on Thursday 28th March to realise the gaping hole the temporary closure of Club Warehouse left in the London clubbing circuit.
Opening its doors to fill the gap for MK after Club Warehouse had to fix the roof, 1,700 redirected ravers went nuts at to the Detroit house legend to make for some of the most impressive scenes of 2013 so far.
It's with relief then that Edmonton's Club Warehouse returns this weekend with the launch of Somewhere (Saturday 20th April) with Droog and Richy Ahmed, followed by Technique with Mark Henning on Saturday 4th May.
Boasting probably the most intimidating Funktion One rig in London, if not the UK, Club Warehouse re-opened with a freshened up music policy last August Bank Holiday.
After inviting the likes of No Artificial Colours, The Martinez Brothers and Clive Henry to spin on its monstrous soundsystem in recent months before closing three weeks ago for refurbishments, the re-launch date is destined to be yet another gem in its consistently gleaming clubbing crown when clubbers get their fix this Saturday.
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