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Immersive Club Night ‘Foreverland’ announces Its ‘Enchanted Forest Rave’ Tour



The visually stunning club night Foreverland has announced the headline acts for its ‘Enchanted Forest Rave’ tour.

The tour, which has been running for the past month, takes place across 16 cities from 6th October to 8th March 2019 and includes headline acts such as Jaguar Skills, Artful Dodger, DJ Luck & MC Neat, Nathan Dawe, DJ Q, Skepsis and FooR.

The line-ups are just the start with the incredible Foreverland, with each event themed to the MAX, that will see each venue transformed into an enchanted forest for a night of immersive raving.  They have a custom-built stage-set resembling a crumbling, abandoned temple, laden with foliage will be the focal point at each venue. Plants and flowers will hang from the ceilings as walkabout characters and mythical beast puppeteers roam the dancefloor. L.E.D and pyrotechnic displays, inflatable creatures and dry ice and confetti cannons will transport crowds into another world, and if that’s not enough, face and body painting experts will be on hand to create eye-popping designs throughout the night.

Sounds the shishhhh…. right? you aren’t wrong!

Tickets are now on sale from www.theforeverland.com/tickets and remaining dates and headliners are below.

9th November Birmingham, The Mill – FooR
10th November Bournemouth, The Old Fire Station – Nathan Dawe
17th November Edinburgh, ATIK – FooR
23rd November Liverpool, O2 Academy – Nathan Dawe
24th November Bristol, O2 Academy – Nathan Dawe + FooR
31st December London The Grand – DJ Luck & MC Neat
1st February Lincoln, Engine Shed – Skepsis
2nd February Torquay, The Foundry – Skepsis
9th February Southampton, Switch – DJ Q & Artful Dodger
15th February Newcastle, Digital – Jaguar Skills
23rd February Manchester, O2 Ritz – DJ Luck & MC Neat
8th March Glasgow, O2 Academy – Jaguar Skills

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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