Soon to be announced.
Hideout 2012 Festival 2012 Dates Announced for Second Year and Limited Earlybird Tickets Now on Sale
This year’s debut Hideout festival saw five days of world-class artists brought to the beautiful new sprawling beach site on the isolated island of Pag in Croatia. Round two is announced just as the dust settles on the sell out event that attracted 7000 likeminded dance music lovers to daytime beach and boat parties, as well as open-air nighttime events, winning the hearts, minds and feet of all those in attendance.
2012 will return to the stunning Zrce beach site and bring an equally impressive army of talent, more information on which is soon to be announced. Artists from the debut year spanned the infamous to newly rising stars and brought diversity in musical persuasions including bass addicts Chase & Status. Nero and Ms Dynamite, electro veterans Erol Alkan, Simian Mobile Disco, and Annie Mac, house heroes Seth Troxler, Dixon, and Jamie Jones, techno fiends Marco Corola and Sven Vath and old favourites 2manyDJs, Andy C and Crookers.
A limited amount of earlybird tickets will be available from today for half the average price of a normal festival ticket. Hideout went firmly against the grain in their debut year, selling out despite the crowded market and at a time when even Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis’ was quoted as saying it is a bad time for festivals. However, the hedonistic combination of sunshine, quality music and a beautiful expansive setting makes Hideout a guaranteed success for years to come.
“Everyone involved in Hideout Festival is delighted to announce the dates of Hideout Festival 2012. It was a unanimous decision to get the earlybird tickets out straight away as Hideout HQ has been getting phone calls since the day Hideout Festival 2011 finished asking when 2012 tickets would be released! The buzz around the 2011 festival in Hideout HQ is massive so we all wanted to get involved again as soon as we possibly could!” Mark Newton, Hideout organizer.
Put together by two UK events heavyweights, The Warehouse Project and Electronic Music Group, who have long since delivered the most cutting edge electronic music events in the country, Hideout festival will undoubtedly continue to bring unrivalled achievements and supreme enjoyment for its future episodes.
The Warehouse Project History:
In the autumn of 2006, three event promoters embarked on a project that has changed the face of Manchester1s club scene and had a huge effect on the UK and beyond. Launching with the slogan ‘For twelve weeks this city is ours’ the Warehouse Project set out to establish a ‘guerrilla’ style club that was to run every Friday and Saturday night for a three month period each year. Just as it was five years ago when they opened those gates to Boddingtons, The Warehouse Project remains a big experiment. One that continues to evolve organically and never really knows exactly how it’s going to turn out.
Electronic Music Group History
Two of the UKs leading club promoters, Wax:On and Metropolis have joined forces to form Electronic Music Group Ltd. Electronic Music Group are dedicated to keeping the UK club scene vibrant, forwardthinking exciting by scheduling, booking and promoting a wide range of events such as Wax:On, Metropolis, Musicology, Jagerbomb, Annie Mac Presents, Reclaim The Dancefloor – Ibiza, and Cocoon Newcastle; alongside various exciting Record Labels and representing and managing a range of artists.
Further info and press pictures can be found at www.maouris.co.uk/events