Friday Feb 18

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Euphonic 21st Birthday with Chris Liberator and Mick Beatle

Euphonic is back one last time and presents you with a night of banging techno and acid techno. After the disappointment of the cancellation in 2020 we are finally ready to have another go. I'm over the moon to be doing this event at the Fenton as it will be a really loud and intimate affair with only a 100 person capacity which is absolutely perfect, the atmosphere will be as electric as the last Euphonic in Sheffield 2015. I'm also very happy to bringing in the awesome Exciter Soundsystem so we can really go out with a bang. So, who could be playing at such a prestigious event? Well, for your listening and dancing pleasure we have......

Chris Liberator
(Stayupforever, Cluster, Smitten)

If you don't know who this man is then you really need to find out, one of the original pioneers of the acid techno scene that morphed from the London squat party scene in the early 90s Chris has taken his vibrant and energetic sound across the world for the last 30 years. The word legend can be overused these days but in Chris' case it is absolutely correct. He played the very first Euphonic in 2001 and all of the subsequent birthdays so it is great to have him back again for one last dance

Mick Beatle
(Havok, Smitten)

Mick ran the legendary acid techno night and subsequent legendary record label Havok in the early 90s and along with Chris was one of our favourite djs to have play, he played the second Euphonic in 2001 and then many more after that as well as inviting me to play at Havok too which was one of my best DJ'ing highlights. His enthusiasm and support for Euphonic was always felt keenly and there was never going to be anyone else to play alongside Chris and really give us a night to remember.

Evil Gareth
(Euphonic)

Bald southerner that plays techno, he's alright I suppose. It's also his birthday and he's hurt his knee so be nice

Time: 8pm to 2am

£6 (plus booking fee) tickets in advance.

£ 6