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Harri & Domenic celebrate 30 years of Sub Club with Scottish tour

The veteran duo plan to visit some lesser known spots

  • Alex Green
  • 9 September 2017

Sub Club residents Harri & Domenic have announced a Scotland-wide tour where they will play all night. The series is part of the Glaswegian club’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

The tour will take the duo across their native lands, from Edinburgh to Perth, Stirling, Kilwinning, Dundee and Inverness. Harri & Domenic are the world’s longest running residents. To mark three decades in the game they plan to visit a number of small and unfairly neglected venues across Scotland.

The pair will start the tour in southern towns and cities like Edinburgh and Kilwinning, playing small, bustling sweatboxes like Sneaky Pete’s, before heading north to the likes of Dundee and Inverness where the festivities will continue.

Sub Club’s reputation was built on the quality of its residents, most significantly the massively influential Optimo whose legendary Sunday weekly spanned an unbroken 13 years without ever booking a guest DJ. Similarly, Harri & Domenic’s Subculture Saturday event has endured for 23 years.

Visit the Sub Club Facebook page for full listings and ticket links.