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Switch Southampton unveils Autumn & Winter with Skream, Hannah Wants, Artwork & more


The Southampton party scene would look very different without Switch, a pioneering underground club that has now been setting its own agenda for a couple of years.

The 1250 capacity club is known for hosting promotions like Soundclash, Juiced and Warehouse as well as many warm-up events and after party carry-ons with stars like MK, Annie Mac and Snoop Dogg all having played. The club boasts two bars either side of the dance floor, VIP areas, a killer Funktion One sound system and private balconies overhanging the cauldron-like dance floor. Sleek but unfussy, the styling features exposed brick walls and great lights, ice cannons and well-informed crowds that always cut loose.

Once again this autumn the high-spec club will lead from the front with a mouthwatering programme offering some world-class DJs. This new season all kicks off in style on September 7th with Eli Brown, then Darkzy plays the 14th, and Macky Gee plays the 19th with more drum & bass from Shy FX on the 21st. Once Switch has hosted Patrick Topping, Alan Fitzpatrick and Pete Tong at Docklands, they head back to the club for an afterparty.

Here’s how the full line-up looks for September thru to November – you can grab tickets.

7th September | Warehouse presents Eli Brown
14th September | Warehouse presents Darkzy ft. Window Kid
19th September | Macky Gee & Bou
21st September | Warehouse presents Shy FX
28th September | Warehouse presents Docklands official afterparty
3rd October | Skepsis
5th October | Garage Nations Southampton
12th October | Warehouse presents Skream – Open to Close
19th October | Hybrid Minds (2hr Set)
26th October | Eskimo Dance Halloween
7th November | Boiler Room
9th November | Friends of FooR
16th November | Switch invites Rampage
23rd November | Foreverland Southampton
30th November | Hannah Wants

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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