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Brian Coney
12 September 2022, 13:17

New London club HERE at Outernet announces full opening season programme

Daniel Avery, Floating Points, Amaliah and more are set for the new 25,000-square-foot venue in Soho


New London club HERE at Outernet has revealed its full opening season programme.

Officially opened on Friday, 9th September with Annie Mac's Before Midnight club night, the state-of-the-art, 25,000-square-foot space on Charing Cross Road will host the likes of Daniel Avery, Floating Points, Kerri Chandler, Amaliah, Joe Kay, Meduza (Live) and more from September to December. Check out the full line-up below.

Situated four storeys underneath the Now Building on Denmark Street in Soho, the 2000-capacity venue will host electronic/club events, as well as live gigs, drag theatre, comedy, and immersive theatre events. It's part of Outernet's broader redevelopment push in the area. As well as HERE and The Lower Third, a new bar venue created to support emerging artists, the company has also partnered with the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) to build a not-for-profit recording studio on Denmark Street.

London promoter Simon Denby, part of the team behind both Percolate and London's Waterworks festival, and New York artist Nicolas Matar, will oversee the programming of the new venue's club nights. Organisers have described it as the "first venue to be purpose built in Central London since the 1940s". 

Speaking to Resident Advisor back in June, Denby and Matar said: "We're focusing on a diverse range of electronic music, with club and live shows reflecting the makeup of London's diverse and exciting musical heritage. It will also be a space to host the best of worldwide touring talent with all its contemporary and eclectic musical strands."