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Deadmau5, Amelie Lens, The Black Madonna, Ross From Friends in for Nightvision Edinburgh Winter Series



Scottish promoters Nightvision have a huge winter season of events lined-up across venues between now and New Year’s Eve.

Nightvision’s genre-defying programme brings internationally acclaimed line-ups that include Deadmau5, Jeff Mills, Amelie Lens, The Black Madonna, Alan Fitzpatrick, Ross From Friends, Solardo and many more will all play a run of events that has to be seen to be believed.

They are hosting the country’s biggest ever Halloween event, the monster techno festival Terminal V, which all-encompassing next level lighting, a real focus on sound quality and the sort of production that immerses you deep in the action. The spectacular season that covers all bases and promises plenty of legendary nights that are set to raise the bar for underground parties in Scotland.

Sept 15 – Gorgon City Album Album Tour – Liquid Rooms
Sept 15 – Ross From friends Album tour – Liquid Rooms – Warehouse
Sept 20 – Congo Natty + more – La Belle
Oct 13 – Solardo sessions ft Solardo, Bontan, Lauren Lane, Mark Jenkyns, Griff _ special guest Riva Starr – Liquid Rooms & Warehouse
Oct 27 – Terminal V Halloween Festival – Royal Highland Centre
Oct 27 – Terminal V After Party – La Belle
Oct 27 – Terminal V After Party – Bourbon
Nov 15 – Deadmau5 – Corn Exchange
Nov 15 – Deadmau5 Afterparty – La Belle
Nov 17 – HANNAH WANTS, Griff – Liquid Rooms
Nov 23 – Nightvision x Electrikal – TBA– Leith Theatre
Nov 24 – TBA @ Leith Theatre
Dec 1 – We are The Brave ft Alan Fitzpatrick + More – Liquid Rooms Warehouse
Dec 29 – Nightivision Hogmanay Part1 – Jeff Mills, Pan-Pot, Jay Clarke, Stephen Brown, Frazier + more – Liquid Room & Warehouse
Dec 30 – Nightvison Hogmanay Part2 – Purple Disco Machine – Liquidroom
Dec 31 – Nightvison Hogmanay Part 3 – TBA – Liquid Rooms & Warehouse

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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