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Human Traffic Live has been postponed

Human Traffic Live, presented by A Lost Weekend, was due to start on May 22

  • Dave Turner
  • 20 March 2020
Human Traffic Live has been postponed

Human Traffic Live has been postponed.

Presented by A Lost Weekend, Human Traffic Live was due to begin on May 22 at Printworks, with the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Sweet Female Attitude, Geeneus, Altern-8 and more due to perform.

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The event, which was due to run until June, was set to entail live shows, club shows, a theatrical experience, a '90s-themed exhibition and more.

Carl Cox's legendary Human Traffic character Pablo Hassan was due to make a return and Coxy's issued a statement regarding the immersive experience.

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Human Traffic Live also released a statement, saying it has some "wild plans" for when it eventually takes place.

Pete Tong was onboard as Human Traffic Live's Musical Director having compiled the soundtrack for the film. Read our recent interview with him here.

Head to A Lost Weekend's website for more information.

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