Due to a massive surge in demand Ketoloco Night Shift has booked a place just around the corner at The Sidings Warehouse.
Originally planned for Cable, the new venue's three arches have room for a few hundred extra ravers and Funktion One sound. Offering a blank canvas, clubbers can expect bespoke staging and high-end lighting rigs at London Bridge's most talked about new warehouse space.
Taking place on May Bank Holiday (Sunday 26th May), Todd Terje, Audiojack, Hunter/Game will line up in arch one, while Droog and Mark Henning will join Ketoloco DJs in the second arch. Meanwhile, Tapesh will headline a third arch hosted by Bad Apple and Pardon My French.
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