The next month will see the likes of Laidback Luke, Hed Kandi, Steve Angello, Judge Jules and more hit the world famous club for a series of weekly parties to celebrate this special landmark in Gatecrasher history.
Gatecrasher began life in 1993 at Birmingham's Engine Rooms, quickly going on to become a world-conquering, global club brand. Gatecrasher has continued to push boundaries and dominate dance music for 18 years - and after opening clubs in Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham and Watford, the Birmingham club was finally conceived in 2008.
This month sees the club reach the ripe old age of four, and to kick start their 4th Birthday celebrations on Saturday 22nd September they welcome some of the biggest DJs on the planet to the main room - including Gatecrasher favourite Laidback Luke, Michael Woods (who returns after helping the club celebrate their last birthday), Kryder and Oliver Ingrosso in his GB debut.
The celebrations continue the following week at the hands of the world's most glamourous club brand, Hed Kandi, before Size Matters takes control of the main room on Saturday 6th October with Steve Angello and Nicky Romero. Joining Steve and Nicky will be one of the hottest duos in Dance music right now, AN21 & Max Vangeli.
On October 13th it's the turn of The Red and Black Party, who'll be recapturing the glory days of Trance with the help of three of the original residents; Judge Jules, Scott Bond, and Matt Hardwick - who makes his exclusive return for one night only.
The birthday events conclude on Saturday 20th October, with the line-up for this special celebration still under wraps.
Tickets for all birthday events are now on sale through Skiddle.
See Gatecrasher birthday listings and buy tickets