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The Zoo Project Festival

The Zoo Project have launched plans for their first festival in the UK...


By Spotlight

The weekend of the 14th-16th September 2012 will see the first Zoo Project festival take place in what has been claimed to be the perfect location just outside of London.

The festival aims to showcase the sound of the Zoo Project imprint with a select number of partners that will fit in with their style. So, fresh from a season of Wednesdays and Saturdays at their home in Ibiza, Gala Night, you can top the season off here.

Ealrybird tickets are avilable from clubtickets.com and the Facebook page for the event.

Further details to be posted when we know more.

 

facebook.com/thezooproject

channelzoo.com

 

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