Solardo set to play biggest ever headline show in hometown Manchester
8,000 ravers will descend upon the homecoming party this weekend
Solardo are preparing for the homecoming party of a lifetime with a sold-out headline show at Manchester’s Warehouse Project tomorrow, October 29.
Following a packed-out performance at EDC Las Vegas last weekend, the Mancunian duo are set for another career-defining rave-up back on home turf with an 8,000 strong crowd descending upon the vast Mayfield Depot venue this Friday.
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Just six years ago Solardo were playing a free gig in a small basement in Manchester’s Northern Quarter to showcase their new project, and have now risen up to the rank of clubbing favourites among the city’s vibrant musical landscape. Recent releases have included collaborations with Calvin Harris under his Love Regenerator moniker, Eli Brown and Camelphat.
Hometown shows are always a special occasion for Solardo, and this time they’ve got the likes of Nic Fanciulli, Paul Woolford, Pan-Pot, Lauren Lo Sung, FJAAK, Syreeta, SOSA and Eli Brown joining them to whip up a storm.
The Mayfield Depot is also set to look even more of a spectacle with a full three-room Halloween transformation planned, featuring spooky decor, laser shows, and more.
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Solardo have plenty more gigs lined up for the rest of the year, with tour dates planned across the US and Europe.