Animal Crossing presents an all star railway rave this August Bank Holiday

Following their on-stage antics as hosts at Glastonbury, the Animal Crossing team embark on another mad-cap Manchester based Bank Holiday jape and this one is not to be missed. In keeping with their mission statement of uncovering bespoke party locations for each high-octane event, the next installment will be a day time rave on Sunday, August 25th. Situated beneath an unsaved railway arch I am sure you will agree that the vibrations of the tracks above will perfectly resonate with the musical flavors that are flowing below.

Nothing short of an all-star cast will do for the next installment of Animal Crossing and so it is only fitting that they welcome a trio of Manchester debuts to the fold for your raving pleasure. The duo of Cristi Cons & Vlad Caia aka SIT need little to no introduction as the mark that the pair have made on electronic music not just minimal is undeniable. Their Amphia label has produced key releases in the genre that can more than lay claim to being influential.

Another pivotal member of the new breed of Romanian artists is none other than El Presidente Priku, his Atipic label is also highly sought after and has just starred at Luciano’s Vagabundo’s night at Amnesia in Ibiza. Completing this truly remarkable bill is rising star Herodot, his sets regularly light up the rominimal message boards and his unearthed hard to find gems are consistently the bane of minimal trainspotters. It’s difficult to remember when a statement of this measure has been documented in such a way in the North.

As with all Animal Crossing the finer details of the venue will remain a closely guarded secret until closer to the event but as you will see from the teaser video above it is clear to see that a journey of epic proportions lies ahead for this daytime Bank Holiday takeover.

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