Well here it is beautiful people, we have been working hard behind the scenes for a while now to make sure we could make this happen, we are so so excited to be bringing to the North East, playing at our groovebox sessions the massive DJ MARK FARINA
Mark Farina is widely regarded as one of the very best underground house DJs, inspiring people including Seth Troxler and playing deep house before most of the current scene were out of junior school.
Recently voted #2 'Most Respected DJ' next to his old friend Derrick Carter in a New York music industry poll (hey, when you're top, they all count!).
also voted as one of the top DJ’s in the world by URB, MUZIK and BPM magazines, Mark Farina’s taste making skills continue to turn the heads of seasoned Dance Music veterans as well as newcomers to the scene, Mark Farina, has thrilled crowds globally, entertaining over 1 million fans per year. As one of the most ubiquitous DJs in Dance Music, Farina’s known for both his unique style of mixing Jazz, Downtempo and House Music
When Mark’s not touring the world, headlining festivals including Harbourlife (Sydney), Southport Weekender (UK), DEMF (Detroit), Coachella (CA) and T in the Park (Scotland), you’re likely to find him in his studio working on new releases or podcasts for his label, Great Lakes Audio.
If this is not enough to get you in the mood then i dont know what is, this is going to be very very special, the man is all over the globe doing his thing, then he will be at our party putting it to you all.
On the night the groovebox residents will be hosting the party with our faithfull Rezzys Paul Curtis, Keith Mckenzie, Karl Frampton and Peter Wharrier keeping the groove on upstairs, joined also by the boro legend Simon Gibb, whilst downstairs will be warmed up by Derek Curtis before handing things over to MARK FARINA to do his thing, Phil Rogers will be finishing things off.
This is a very exciting date in the North East Calendar so make sure you get involved.
Tickets go on sale at GB9, limited tickets will be available on Skiddle and various outlets in Boro from after the 12th April