Harking back to a clubbing golden age of old, Sankeys owner David Vincent has announced that one of the longest running and best loved nights in the UK, Tribal Sessions, will make a grand return to Sankeys under the careful stewardship of former Viva Warriors man Darius Syrossian.
With Tribal Sessions and the mother festival Tribal Gathering setting the format for parties and festivals for years to come, you can expect the Ibiza version to set a new standard in parties on the island, focusing on the underground and keeping that no-frills rave theme running through with the club setup. It's a much loved party movement in the UK and, rather than roll in external promoters, Sankeys is tackling this revival themselves, from the ground up.
Residents include Darius Syrossian, Shlomi Aber, Greg Vickers, Sidney Charles, Hector Couto and Jozef K, whilst guests over the season will be Danny Tenaglia, DJ Sneak, Enzo Siragusa, Just Be (Bushwacka!), Kink LIVE, Recondite LIVE, Michael Mayer, Move D plus many more.
The parties will run for 20 nights over the course of the season, between the opening on Wednesday the 21st of May until Wednesday the 1st of October 2014. Sankeys Opening Part 1 doubled as the opening party for Tribal and absolutely went off, showing that Sankeys intend Tribal to make a strong statement for what the club is all about in the season to come.
Tribal Sessions Closing Party
Wed 01 Oct 22:00
Standard E-Ticket 3535 €
VIP Table 440440 €
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