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EAR TO THE GROUND BUILD BEST TEMPORARY MUSIC VENUE EVER

07/09/2007


More of our clients are looking to radically activate dead space. In September we finally headed out of the sunshine and into the darkness to create the most ambitious temporary music venue ever. Ear to the Ground has overseen the transformation of the empty Boddingtons Brewery into the epic 3500 capacity Warehouse Project in Manchester. We have co-ordinated all production including licensing, artist liaison, health and safety, install, sound, lights AV, toilets, decor, stewarding and security  for the Warehouse Project which has taken over the vacant Boddingtons Brewery in Manchester. In just 3 months over 100,000 people will go clubbing in this 3,500 capacity venue with artists including Roni Size, Giles Peterson, Too Many DJ’s and De La Soul. Legendary rap group Public Enemy launched the event with hype-man Flava Flav shouting ‘What Time Is it?’ in all the appropriate places.