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Social Festival: South America line-up announced

Carl Cox, Guy Gerber, Art Dept and more hit Mexico and Colombia in March

2017 Jan 07     
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The double-header event also features D'Julz, George Fitzgerald, Stacey Pullen and both Fanciulli brothers

The line-up has been announced for The Social Festival, a double-header event organised by Nic Fanciulli that takes place simultaneously in Bogota, Colombia and Mexico City, Mexico on the weekend of 17/18 March.

The talent roster is almost (but not quite) the same for both legs. Festival-goers in Bogota can check out (in aphabetical order) Art Department, Carl Cox, D'Julz, George Fitzgerald, Guy Gerber, Loco Dice, Mark Fanciulli, Nic Fanciulli and Stacey Pullen. Those attending in Mexico, on the other hand, will have to live without hearing Mr Gerber, but we can't imagine they'll mind too much as they get Harvard Bass, Hector, Paco Osuna and The Martinez Brothers by way of compensation!

Tickets for the Bogota event are on sale now, while tickets for Mexico will be available very soon. For full details, hit up their website.

Before that, The Social Festival will be hosting their Winter Social at the Kent County Showground on 11 March, with Alan Fitzpatrick, Andrea Oliva, Bas Ibellini, Dense & Pika, George Andrews, Hot Since 82, Mark Fanciulli, Nic Fanciulli, Paul Johnson, Rob Cockerton, Seth Troxler, Steve Lawler, Sven Väth, Tim Green and Tristam Green. Again, see the website for full details.

 

 

 

 

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