Joris Delacroix (Super-set)
Orca Sound & Hamez
We regret to inform you that ourselves, Hungry Music and all performing Artists are taking the extremely difficult decision to postpone tomorrow's event at Electric Brixton.
The decision has been made in light of the COVID-19 outbreak and the drastically escalating risk to the health and safety of the general public. Although the UK Government has not declared compulsory cancellation of large events, the continued contact from ticket holders traveling to the show worried for their health mean that the negative risks to our customers outweigh the positive factors of producing this show as planned. We are truly devastated and heartbroken that after months of hard work and investment from all parties involved we are having to make this decision at the final hour, however this has become a situation completely out of our hands as event promoters. More than anything delivering an experience that our customers can't appreciate to the best possible ability as a repercussion of this outbreak means we would prefer to host the event during a much safer environment for us all.
This event will be re-scheduled for as soon as possible, and a replacement date will be announced in the coming days. We hugely appreciate the support from the fans and current ticket holders for the event, so please bear with us through this extremely hard time for our global industry. We can confirm that all tickets purchased for tomorrow's event on Saturday 14th March will be valid for entry on the new date.
All tickets will transfer over to the postponed date, and we will be emailing all ticket holders to give details on this in the coming days. We apologise again for this last-minute rescheduling however public health of our customers, performing artists and event staff will always remain our top priority.
Hungry Music returns to London in March following the sellout show last September at Steelyard, East London.
We're going bigger and better than before with increased capacity and a huge lighting & stage show!
Each with their own universe, but a common taste in a similar sound aesthetic, they naturally gathered to work on the Hungry project allowing them to produce the kind of music they like, the kind of music that would allow them to express their complete artistry and all beyond the traditional borders of electronic music. In 2015, they also created the Hungry Band, a live performance uniting the skills of Worakls (piano), Joris Delacroix and Joachim Pastor (guitar). (please note that these performances will be Live DJ sets and not as a full live band)
This event sold-out a month in advance last year, so we advise purchasing tickets early to avoid any disappointment closer to the event date.
A breathtaking Sound and Lighting Production show will be produced ad-hoc for this event by Parable's team, at the 1,800 art-deco converted theatre setting of Electric Brixton. VIP and booths are available for reservation, please email our team directly below for any enquiries and for package lists.
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