DJ/Producer Nicky Romero is landing in the UK for two gigs; Friday 25 September at Electric Brixton, London (presented by Cream) and Saturday 26 September at Victoria Warehouse, Manchester (presented by Composit Music) with a brand new show and a host of guests. These dates are an opportunity for the Dutchman to get behind the decks and show UK clubbers why he’s possibly recognised as one of the world’s biggest DJs. Alongside him, Nicky brings a collection of talent from his Protocol Recordings label.
Since his 2009 bootleg of David Guetta’s ‘When Love Takes Over’ blew up, his profile has continued to rise. With moments like scoring the highest ever new entry in the DJ Mag Top 100, hitting no.1 in the UK charts alongside Avicii, and playing possibly every major dance music festival, Nicky continues to carve out new levels of success with his big room, high energy house music.
Stepping up in support at Electric Brixton London on Friday 25 September is Stadium X, who are still revelling in the success of their Beatport #1 ‘Howl At The Moon’, along with another one of Protocol’s success stories, Volt & State.
The second show at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse, on Saturday 26 September, Romero will be joined by French DJ Arno Cost, Hungarian duo Stadium X, Tom Swoon and Protocol regulars Volt & State. Also making an appearance that night will be Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano who have recently played main stage slots at Tomorrowland, Pacha and Electric Daisy Carnival to name but a few.
It’s been almost a year since the UK bore witness to the sights and sounds of Nicky when he performed five shows over four consecutive nights. The Protocol founder is now ready to return with his brand of dance music. Tickets go on sale on Wednesday 5 August at 10am.