Rob Tissera, Tony Ross, Mark Holliday and Mark Alexander reunite at The Warehouse, Leeds for one night only + Dream Frequency live on stage.
Take a trip back in time over 30 years to the Glory Days, a time we long to relive for just one night. Dream Frequency kick the night off with their live show on stage just like back in the day when they played the likes of Orbit in Ossett. You remember how big Live The Dream, Take Me, Feel It, Moog Addiction, Satisfaction & Feel So Real were, well you get all the old bangers as well as some new tracks & remixes from their 30th anniversary album.
Then the memories will come flooding back, dancing to the best music of 1990 from the DJs who were there when it all started. The Love Decade at Gildersome was one of the biggest warehouse raves to be held in the North and Leeds DJ, Rob Tissera was well known by this time and when the Police raided, he told everyone that if they wanted the party to carry on, they had to keep the police out and the rest is history, over 800 arrests and serious repercussions for Rob. Luckily he wasn’t put off and went on to become probably the greatest DJ to come out of Leeds.
Tony Ross came over to Leeds from his regular spot at Shelleys in Stoke to join resident Kaos DJ Mark Alexander at The Warehouse, one of the most iconic clubs in the North of England. Bradford and Huddersfield also saw appearances from these two, playing at Tolerance & the Ku-Klub.
The team get back together for this event with old friend Mark Holliday who has held many residences throughout the years at clubs such as Ricky’s, The Warehouse, The Gallery, Highflyers, Soak, Kaos, Ark and the Glasshouse, playing alongside the likes of Sasha, Dave Seaman, Graeme Park, Allister Whitehead, Jon Pleased Wimmin, Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, K-Klass and has graced the decks at some of the UK’s key clubs such as Pacha, Gatecrasher & Tall Trees. Anton Raphael and Lee James complete the line up, both having played numerous venues for the past two decades around Leeds including The Warehouse, most notably at SpeedQueen and Up Yer Ronson.
1.21 gigawatts will take you back for one night only but keep your eye out for more back in time events with both 30th & 35th anniversaries planned in the coming months.
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