[After Event] Together Winter Music Festival presents Eric Prydz in concert !

On Saturday 26th November 2011 Lock N Load Events presented the Together Winter Music Festival (TMF) which was held in London’s iconic Alexandra Palace. TMF became a sell out success in its very first year with an impressive and massive 10,888 tickets sold. We embarked on the UK’s Biggest indoor dance music event all-nighter this winter which featured an unbelievable 30 acts across four stages!!!

There were so many highlights, it was hard to know where to begin to explain the amazing festival that was TMF!!

The Great Hall featured artists such as Jeremy Olander, Chris Lake and Sebastien Leger who played between 9-12pm and wet the appetite of clubbers.

Next up in the Great hall was Sander Van Doorn. SvD played a mind blowing set and wowed the crowd as always and had clubbers dancing non stop. His set was a blend of trance and electronic house and featured big room tracks and uplifting melodies from his fantastic Eleve11 album.

Pete Tong successfully bridged the gap between SvD and Eric Prydz. The highlight of his set was when he played the new cadenza record from Robytek.

The Great Hall also played host to Eric Prydz as he performed his final UK EPIC show which combined all the action from his previous mind-blowing Brixton Academy and Global Gathering shows. The atmosphere was electric as Clubbers were treated to a visual paradise and the room erupted when Eric Prydz dropped Pryda/ Cirez D favourites Animal, Tonight and his remix of Personal Jesus

John Digweed graced the decks at 3.30am following the impressive Eric Prydz set. John Digweed proved the night was not over as he played his seamless trademark bedrock set featuring tracks from his Transitions radio show

Simian Mobile Disco played the closing set in the Great Hall and were by far the best set of the whole event. Their driving set comprised of techno & acid sounds which proved to be a huge hit with clubbers. The tune of the night from SMD was Dibby Dougherty & David Young – ‘Tiger Forest’ (Ryan Davis Music Remix)

The West hall hosted by Last.fm featured artists Fake Blood, Death in Vegas [Live], Vitalic [LIVE], Fenech Soler [Live], Sebastian [LIVE], Maya Jane Coles, Alex Metric, Grum, Russ Chimes and Starsmith.

The highlights from the West Hall came from Fake Blood who played a high octane explosive set which commanded respect from impressed clubbers. Maya Jane Cole ended the night in the West Hall and proved she is a little lady that packs a good punch. Her cool, on trend sounds rocked the arena and she proved why she is the lady of the moment.

John Dahlback headlined the DJ Magazine arena hosted by Bootleg Social. Northern Irish talent – The Japanese Popstars played an impressive set as did new comer Mark Fanciulli who has been impressive over the last couple of months with his releases on Joris Voorns rejected label.

In Arena 4 we donned a pair of headphones and were immersed in two worlds of sound in the ‘silent disco’ which featured acts Utah saints, The Glimmers, Thomas Gandey, The Glimmers, Reset!, Hot City, BURNS, Monarchy [DJ set], Mighty Mouse, Cosmonauts, Ruben & Ra Data Transmission DJs. Clubbers were given wireless headphones and had control which artists controlled their musical pleasure.

You did not need us to tell you that this was one of the best UK night of 2011! Together Music festival is a must for 2012!

Eric Prydz EPIC @ Alexandra Palace

Eric Prydz EPIC @ Alexandra Palace 2011.11.26

Simian Mobile Disco @ Together Music Festival, London


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