The first 300 people to send their pre-order confirmation to email@example.com will receive a ticket to an exclusive, one-off gig in Manchester.
Sacha Lord will host an exclusive gig to celebrate publishing his inaugural tell-all book, Tales from the Dance Floor.
Announcing the news on Instagram and TikTok Sunday night, Sacha revealed the one-off secret event will be held at an undisclosed, never-before-used location in Manchester city centre on Thursday April 11th.
The event will see exclusive sets from world-famous DJs and free drinks. Attendees will also receive three different DJ mixes covering the last three decades of Manchester’s house music scene.
The evening will kick off with a Q&A with Sacha Lord and co-author Luke Bainbridge, speaking on the meteoric rise of Manchester and how the city became the capital of nightlife that it is today before the venue transforms to host the exclusive launch party.
Only 300 people will receive entry passes, distributed on a first-come, first-served basis to those who email proof of book purchase to firstname.lastname@example.org (1 pre-purchase = 1 ticket).
Speaking about the announcement, Sacha said:
“On Thursday 11th April, I will be holding a book launch party like no one has ever seen.
“I’ve found a derelict venue right in the heart of Manchester city centre, which we’ll be revealing via text message the day before in true warehouse style.
“I’ve never known of a book launch event like this. It will bring back memories for those who remember the days of Sankeys and The Hacienda, right through to those who come to The Warehouse Project today.
“It will be an incredible showcase of how Manchester rules the house scene and only available to a select number of people. There’s no private guest list for VIPs, no names on the door - we want this event to be open to all, on a first come first served basis and we can’t wait to open the doors.
You can order your copy on Amazon here.
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