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There’s a rave in a slaughterhouse on Christmas day in Sweden

Jeremy Olander, Guy J, Karmon and MOLØ are set for the 1000-capacity "Slaughterchurch"...

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A rave will take place in a slaughterhouse just south of Swedish capital Stockholm on Christmas Day.

Hosted by Swedish house producer Jeremy Olander, Vivrant - which is named after's Olanders' imprint - will take place at the 1000-capacity venue Slaktkyrkan (aka "The Slaughterchuch", a space that has a history of over 100 years of commerical animal slaughter).

Lining up for the event, which will boast world class sound and state-of the art production, is Olander, Guy J, Karmon and MOLØ. The event will run from 9pm to 5am.

Final tickets are on sale now, priced at 345 SEK. 

Go here for the event's Facebook event page.

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