Motion nightclub has announced its first quarter line-ups for 2017, once again including a host of the UK's best event brands, DJs and live acts.
After a huge New Year's Day party with Ben Klock, Jackmaster, Gerd Janson and many, many more, the beloved Bristol hotspot returns tomorrow (Friday 13th January) with a free double warehouse rave, before welcoming the likes of George Fitzgerald, Tom Trago and Jasper James for Boogie Nights & Odo on Friday 20th January and Regression Sessions (who'll host a "Hippy Trippy Shakedown!") the following day.
In:Motion has revealed the full line-up for its New Year’s Day 2017 party at Motion in Bristol, and it’s huge.
The 33 artist bill features Ben Klock, Tale Of Us, Jackmaster, KiNK, Steffi, Nastia, Jeremy Underground, Gerd Jansen, Axel Boman, ItaloJohnson, Helena Hauff, Hodge and many more on deck.
This year’s In:Motion series has already welcomed Joseph Capriati, Eats Everything, Kölsch, Craig Richards, Felix Dickinson, Roni Size, Congo Natty, Oneman and more, just two weeks into the Autumn series.
Bristol's Motion club has shared full line-ups for its In:Motion nights running until January 2017.
As per, the club is offering the finest talent from a wide spread of electronic music, with particular highlights including Eats Everything, Dusky (live), Elijah & Skilliam, Ivy Lab, Baauer, Bad Company UK, Bicep, Joy Orbison and Autechre (live).
Now 10 years old, Motion will celebrate this milestone with Hypercolour and Laurent Garnier on November 6th.
For full line-ups and tickets head here.
Described by Eats Everything as “one of the best clubs in the world”, Motion Bristol has announced their full winter line-up — and it’s looking ridiculously good.
Marking 10 years of service from the Bristol-based rave cave, 2016 will see the likes of Drumcode, Bugged Out!, ANTS, Hot Creations, Just Jack and a whole host of Bristol brands taking over the club-come-skate park during 2016.
Bristol dance music institution Motion has revealed its Easter party line-up with Jamie Jones, Apollonia and Audion (Live) set to play.
The line-up sees a fusion of leading lights from across the UK, Europe and the U.S, alongside a selection of handpicked, homegrown house and techno stars.
Taking place Saturday 26th March, Hot Creations head honcho Jamie Jones will be leading proceedings alongside the raw analogue sounds of ItaloJohnson, whilst Matthrew Dear's much-lauded alias Audion will be playing a rare live peformance.
Looking out over Bristol’s river Avon on a site that dates back over 100 years to the city’s rich industrial past, Motion delivers industrial strength events across every genre and has done so for over 10 years.
Previously doubling-up as a skatepark during the day, Motion now exclusively operates as a club, but has maintained all the street charm and roughness it’s always had (just with even better production that doesn’t have been moved for skaters every morning). Its maze-like layout not only guarantees that essential dizzying feel as you acclimatise to the club, but also creates a flexibility for each night depending on size, line-up or day of the week.
Line-up-wise, in the last year Motion have welcomed everyone from Andy C to Tale Of Us, Laurent Garnier to Bad Company, via renowned Bristol parties such as Just Jack, The Blast, Bitch Please and Shall Not Fade. Tech-wise it’s equally as on-point thanks to the Funktion One system, fine-tuned by the owner and his brother who both come from an audio background. Expect even more on the production-front this year, too as Motion have increased their in-house production team, so it’s now complete with a lighting designer, ensuring their events remain industrial strength for a long time to come.
Motion has become a real party force in Bristol over recent years, and it is easy to see why. Being a former indoor skatepark lends the whole place a rough, raw and real feel that is perfectly conducive to late night raves.
Various different ramps and levels throughout the four rooms make it a fun place in which to get lost as well as offering different atmospheres for different sounds and terraces from which you can look out over the Avon. The last year has seen Motion undergo a massive transformation with a new mezzanine in the main room, and a central-stage position with bespoke DJ booth which sits at crowd level.
As well as the festival styled In:Motion series, legendary Brizzle night Just Jack plays out here on a regular basis and has the likes of Ricardo Villalobos and Kyle Hall headlining.
There are also regular visit from Annie Mac, dub & bass crew Hospitality and colourful Cirque du Soul showcases with stars such as Ms Dynamite. Craig Charles and Roy Ayres also playedin 2015, plus there was a hardcore showcase, various free raves and a Ska & Mod Festival as well as nights with Bicep and Paul van Dyk.