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    Vault Sessions premieres at Warehouse Elementenstraat with a killer line up to celebrate their 3rd anniversary


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    Vault Sessions

    Amsterdam – Vault Sessions was founded less than three years ago by 3 friends who shared a passion for techno. What started out as a new concept at Dhoem Dhaam Warehouse (which is being demolished at time of writing), quickly developed to multiple nights at club Radion and two showcases during Amsterdam Dance Event with Tresor and Perc Trax.

    Vault Sessions

    Around that time, club Shelter Amsterdam opened her doors and Vault Sessions was one of the first to move in. Now, after multiple sold out events, they decided to take their concept to Warehouse Elementenstraat to celebrate their third anniversary. A massive venue with an impressive dance history, and currently the homebase of Reaktor, HYTE and Welcome To The Future.

    Some may wonder if such a big step is a risk worth taking for a rather new concept like Vault Sessions, but think twice, cause they actually nailed it. A killer line up was presented last week, and since the start of the ticket sales two days ago, Vault Sessions III already sold over 60% of their tickets.

    If you want to go don’t wait a minute longer and get a ticket here before Vault Sessions III is completely sold out.

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    Vault Sessions

    Line up

    – Room 1 –

    AnD live
    I Hate Models
    O/V/R
    TBA
    Regis
    SNTS live
    Tommy Four Seven

    – Room 2 –

    Head Front Panel live
    JoeFarr live
    Makaton live
    Manni Dee b2b Myler
    Noneoftheabove
    Tinfoil live

    ▬ Tickets ▬

    Phase 1 | 25,- | Sold out
    Phase 2 | 30,- | Sold out
    Phase 3 | 35,- | On sale
    Phase 4 | 40,-

    Use this link if you want to pay with IDEAL: http://bit.ly/2gX6MZU
    Use this link if you want to pay with Paypal: http://bit.ly/2gYBMZH

    The post Vault Sessions premieres at Warehouse Elementenstraat with a killer line up to celebrate their 3rd anniversary appeared first on Techno Moves.

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