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16-hour underground festival to take place in Leeds

It’s beginning on November 13

  • Niamh Ingram
  • 31 October 2021
16-hour underground festival to take place in Leeds

Leeds-based underground dance party Natural Selection has announced a 16-hour festival entitled ‘Adaptations’.

It’s taking place in two weeks’ time on Saturday November 13, from 12pm until 4am at venues Belgrave Music Hall and Headrow House.

The lineup sees a mixture of techno heavyweights and upcoming northern talent.

Headliners include Daniel Avery, HAAi, and Dr Rubinstein - fresh from her popular Quarantine FM series - as well as Chloé Robinson and India Jordan.

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On the event, organiser Andrew Devine says: “With the easing of restrictions, the past year has made us think about how we format these events. It’s so important to nurture the local talent we have in the city and give them the platform to grow as artists in their own right.”

“We want to ensure we’re properly representing not only the lineage of the culture that we love but also making sure that the future is in very safe hands. We have to move forward, always.”

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The festival also plans to have a full production set-up with guest sound-systems and artwork and installations by local artists.

Tickets are available now.

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Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter

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