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Regression Sessions coming to Antwerp Mansion as part of 5th birthday tour

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After a summer of festivals five years ago, the Regression Sessions team were perplexed by how, throughout the summer, they met so many people who were having a ball to some amazing electronic music, but, come September, it all seemed to be over. All of a sudden clubbing seemed all very serious in dark rooms, everyone dressed in boring clothes. Why couldn’t there be that same festival vibe in a nightclub?

They decided to do something about the situation and, over the years, Regression Sessions’ brand of immersive interactive nightlife has grown to become the current, production-heavy variation you see today. For each new theme, there are bespoke sets built that are unique to Regression and its parties, and all complemented by a crack team of residents providing an exceptional house and techno soundtrack.

This summer, Regression Sessions will be celebrating five years in the game with a string of festival appearances and dates across the UK, including an appearance at Manchester’s Antwerp Mansion on Saturday 27th May. The line up for the Land of Nod event includes Toyboy & Robin, Granite State and Mista Bounce.

This is followed by their own stage at We Are FSTVL, with Russ Yallop, Adam Shelton, Dungeon Meat, and the last ever Secret Garden Party in Cambridge on 21st July.

The crew will also be visiting Leeds and Bristol, with further dates planned for London including Ministry of Sound in July.

For more information about the Land of Nod at Antwerp Mansion, visit the Regression Sessions Facebook page or follow them on Twitter @RegressionSesh



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