Annie Mac has been spearheading her Annie Mac Presents events series for 3 years now, with the Radio 1 DJ visiting cities all over the country accompanied by some of the most cutting edge electronic artists of today. After a storming summer that has included her very first Lost & Found Festival, Annie Mac Presents will undertake its 2015 tour and will visit Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester, Edinburgh, London and a number of other destinations with a few of these dates having already sold out.
The first stop on the tour will be Southampton on the 30th October before taking to Bournemouth, Bristol and the Birmingham’s The Rainbow Venues. After a quick stint in Scotland and Wales for Glasgow and Cardiff, Annie will move around the north to Sheffield and Manchester, where she will play 2 dates at The Warehouse Project, which have already sold out. Back to Scotland for Edinburgh before 2 London dates at Brixton’s O2 Academy on December the 4th and 5th.
The guests who will be joining Annie on her Annie Mac Presents 2015 Tour have yet to be announced, however this year the likes of Duke Dumont, Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers, B.Traits, DJ EZ, Route 94, Hannah Wants and Monki have all played for the dance music dame, therefore you can expect big things from these dates throughout November.
30th October – Switch, Southampton
06th November – O2 Academy, Bournemouth
07th November – In:Motion, Bristol
13th November – The Rainbow Arena, Birmingham
14th November – O2 Academy, Glasgow
20th November – Yplas, Cardiff
21st November – O2 Academy, Sheffield
26th November – WHP, Manchester – SOLD OUT
27th November – WHP, Manchester – SOLD OUT
28th November – Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
04th December – O2 Academy, Brixton
05th December – O2 Academy, Brixton – NEW DATE
Words by Josh Plews
Images courtesy fo SJM Concerts
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