Party With Dan Shake & Crazy P Underneath the Wings of a Concorde!

Two parties will take place underneath the wings of a plane on the 19th March and the 9th April!

This Spring, Club Concorde will see the first-ever disco and house party in a hangar at Manchester Airport, with heavyweight headliners Crazy P and Dan Shake.  

The brand new, exclusive event is taking alternative venues to new heights – with the whole party  taking place under a Concorde plane

One of only three remaining Concordes in the UK, Club Concorde gives party-goers the chance to get up close and personal with one of the world’s most famous planes, whilst getting pissed and dancing to some mint music, too!

Featuring a line-up of some of the best known electronic DJs, get ready for a smooth take off as they lay down everything from sparky acid, Brazilian samba, itchy funk and the grooviest of  house

The parties take off at 5pm until midnight, with a special after-party set, soon to be announced, going into the early hours of the morning.  

Part one will take place on Saturday the 19th of March, with infectious groove master, Dan Shake headlining the evening. Support will be courtesy of The Hacienda’s finest and Moovin Founder, Herbie Saccani and Manchester’s party connoisseurs, the residents of Surco. 

Part two on Saturday the 9th of April will see the iconic Crazy P take flight to bring the best slinky disco and deep electronic beats – music with a heart and soul. Sets by La Discotheque’s Sharples and Surco residents will bring the vibes for the rest of the night.  

Club Concorde is brought to you by Fever, the entertainment discovery platform with a clear  mission: to democratise access to culture and entertainment. Fever inspires over 60 million people every month to discover the best experiences in their cities.  

Club Concorde will take place on 19th March and 9th April and tickets are available to purchase below now. Be quick though, as both events are selling out super fast!

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