Kicking off the bank holiday weekend with a bang next month, Manchester 360° will take over Victoria Baths – and you don’t want to miss it. The Friday and Saturday of the long weekend (April 7–8) will see mega DJs Len Faki and Sam Divine each lead an extended set at the Grade II-listed swimming pool, spinning the best electronic music tunes all evening long.
What does the Manchester 360° Victoria Baths lineup look like?
Last year’s Manchester 360° Victoria Baths weekender saw the likes of Dimitri from Paris, Lee Burridge and Darius Syrossian lead the charge; this year, they’ve got yet another impressive line up.
On Friday night (April 7), Aalice from Meat Free will warm up the crowds, before renowned Turkish-German DJ Len Faki plays an extended set. The Mekong Delta and My Black Sheep hitmaker has performed in some of the biggest clubs and worked some incredible events – plus he is a former resident DJ of Berlin techno club Berghain – so a good night is pretty much guaranteed. It’ll be an unforgettable six hours, that’s for sure.
Saturday (April 8) will see First Lady of Defected Records Sam Divine headline, with supporting acts yet to be announced. Divine’s extensive repertoire speaks for itself, having played in some of Ibiza’s biggest clubs and held residencies in spots like Pacha, Mambo, Amnesia, Eden and Ushuaïa. This second day kicks off at 3pm, and will last a solid seven hours, so prepare yourself for a wild one.
Both nights will transform Victoria Baths’ stained glass windows and stunning architecture with hypnotic project mapping and incredible light shows, plus the state-of-the-art, 360° sound system will have the floor pumping.
360° parties have solidified their spot on the house and techno scene across the world, having held fun nights in Manchester Cathedral, under the wings of a Concorde plane, and in Paris’ La Grande Arche de la Defense. The parties always take place in unique venues with a 360-degree element, and at Victoria Baths, you’ll be surrounded by the action, no matter where you’re standing.