DANNY RAMPLING'S UPCOMING GIGS
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NOVEMBER '17
SATURDAY
18

MANOR REUNION ANNIVERSARY 2017
SATURDAY 18th NOVEMBER 2017

It’s back!! After the incredible success of our sellout 2016 event the Manor Reunion is back for another… errr… reunion!!

Presenting Judge Jules… a DJ that unfortunately never got to grace the decks at The Manor (not for the want of trying!) but you can guarantee a quality Manor inspired set from one of the UK’s most popular and well respected DJs.

Returning from their outstanding sets from 2016, and by popular demand, Tall Paul and Danny Rampling will be back in 2017… with an extended 3 hour set from Manor regular Danny Rampling!

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MAIN ROOM - PROGRESSIVE & TRANCE
JUDGE JULES
TALL PAUL
Jon Langford
Paul Moss

THE GALLERY - HOUSE
DANNY RAMPLING (Extended 3 hour Set)
Si Gracia & Seth Sanchez

VIP ROOM - CLASSICS
DAT MAN ARTWELL
Paul Moss & Jon Langford (High Society B2B Set)
Mark Rush Palmer

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10PM - 4AM
The Old Fire Station, Holdenhurst Road
Bournemouth

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Advanced Tickets £15 +BF
More on the door

Ticket Outlets:
Fatsoma - www.fatsoma.com
https://www.fatsoma.com/manor-reunion/ts7qi0ky/manor-reunion-anniversary-2017

The Old Fire Station, Holdenhurst Road (Advanced Tickets Only)
Consortium, Albert Road, Bournemouth (Advanced Tickets Only)

FRIDAY
24

Tickets are selling fast and in high demand.

DECEMBER '17
SATURDAY
2

Monumental event celebrating a decade of Cream Birmingham playing alongside Paul Oakenfold and many others.

FRIDAY
8

Acid house pioneer Danny Rampling has announced plans for a very special anniversary party to celebrate 30 years of the revolutionary club Shoom, taking place on Friday 8th December at London’s Pulse club (also known as Bankside Vaults) in SE1 - close to the same hallowed ground where the pioneering brand was once born.
Inspired by the now legendary trip to Ibiza in the Summer of ‘87, Rampling founded Shoom in a bid to re-create the hedonistic experience found on the White Isle and took over an intimate 300 capacity basement fitness centre venue at 56-58 Crown House Southwark for its very first club night on December 5th that same year. Marketed with a simple smiley face logo - now rave culture's most ubiquitous symbol - and a music policy that’s reputation quickly retained a tight grip on the DJs and clubs of London, Manchester, and beyond, Shoom seemingly changed the face of youth culture and the house music scene forever.