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15th August 2012

secretsundaze Go Bang! finds two new homes

The event will now go ahead at Roundhouse and Proud Camden

secretsundaze Go Bang! were forced to look for a new venue following the almighty failure of London Pleasure Gardens and they have now announced not one but two venues to host the event on the 26th August.

The all-day-and-night electronic music extravaganza moves to Camden’s gorgeous venue Roundhouse during the day, before moving two minutes down the road to vibrant cultural hub Proud Camden, where the party will continue into the early hours.

Camden’s historic Roundhouse will host a daytime party like no other it’s seen, as one of London’s most iconic venues, this grade II listed building provides stunning surroundings to kick off secretsundaze Go Bang!.

secretsundaze and Roundhouse have arranged that the full potential of this stunning venue will be realised. It’s the perfect place for revellers to enjoy the daytime party, as the daylight streams in through skylights and glazed side panels that usually remain covered. Roundhouse will be transformed into a giant greenhouse for that all-important sunlit party vibe.

For the night time Proud Camden offers an intimate and exciting setting and two rooms of non-stop music to ensure the evening’s festivities are unforgettable.

The decision to move the event was carefully considered by secretsundaze co-founders James Priestley and Giles Smith.
“For our first secretsundaze Go Bang! mini-festival we need to be absolutely sure that our fans get the event they deserve. We want this to be the ultimate secretsundaze experience. We have had all hands on deck since we pulled the event from London Pleasure Gardens. It’s been tough to find a worthy alternative and we have had our work cut out for us but we are extremely happy with our new venues, Roundhouse and Proud Camden. Existing tickets for secretsundaze Go Bang! will be valid at the new locations. Sadly, with the move to an earlier close at 4am, we have had to take DVS1 out of the lineup, but we’re still offering a memorable party. secretsundaze Go Bang! is coming – and we won’t disappoint.”
With a lineup that extends the secretsundaze ethos further beyond its usual classic house and techno parameters, the focus is firmly on quality. It’s a true celebration of electronic music, showcasing respected and accomplished acts alongside fresh, up-and-coming talent from the underground scene, with the well-established Matthew Herbert, Four Tet, Sven Weisemann and Levon Vincent, to newer names including Youandewan, Brawther, and Ben UFO.

Tickets to the first ever secretsundaze Go Bang! mini-festival event are Day Only Super Saver - £19.50 / Combined Super Saver - £32.50
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