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LOST announce Freshers Festival tour across the UK

LOST announce Freshers Festival tour across the UK

The student night turned touring festival, will visit 10 cities across the UK, delivering unique events loaded with jaw dropping visuals, confetti, glitter and some of best DJs in the business

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Date published: 13th Aug 2019

This Autumn, to celebrate the beginning of the university term, the LOST Freshers Festival will hit the road for its debut UK tour across 10 hand-picked venues.

Beginning life as a humble student night in Liverpool back in 2015, the LOST party brand has rapidly grown into a sought after, go-to event.

Bridging the gap between the old and the new, LOST residents Dan Fresco and Liam Ross consistently provide a fresh and forward thinking sound at each event, blending a multitude of genres, from house to tech and disco. 

The venues will including some of the UK's most loved rave spaces including Hidden in Manchester, Phonox in London and MiNT Warehouse in Leeds to name a few. Attendees can expect to witness a selection of must see artists alongside custom installations and visual productions, with each destination promising an individually unique and unforgettable experience. 

Find LOST Freshers Festival tickets below. 

 

LOST Freshers Festival: Manchester - Hidden - Wednesday 18th September

LOST Freshers Festival: London - Phonox - Wednesday 18th September

LOST Freshers Festival: Liverpool - Camp and Furnace - Friday 20th September

LOST Freshers Festival: Bangor - Academi - Friday 20th September

LOST Freshers Festival: Leeds - Mint Warehouse - Thursday 26th September

LOST Freshers Festival: Birmingham - The Mill - Friday 27th September

LOST Freshers Festival: Bristol - Lakota : Thursday 3rd October

LOST Freshers Festival: Stoke - Keele Student Union : Tuesday 8th October

LOST Freshers Festival: Sheffield - Foundry : Friday 11th October

 

Image credit: Sam Follet