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Edinburgh's Sneaky Pete's announces warehouse event series with TSHA, Giant Swan, Batu, more

Edinburgh club Sneaky Pete’s is putting on a series of special warehouse events in the city this month.

Following up on a successful event at Fruitmarket Gallery’s warehouse installation space in April, which saw Djrum, object blue and Loraine James all play, this new run of shows will be split across six dates.

Kicking off on Friday, 14th October, Giant Swan, aya and 96 Back are among the artists set to play, while the following night, the venue will be headlined by TSHA. Closing out the opening weekend, on Sunday, 16th October, Jacques Greene and Eclair Fifi will play.

On Friday, 28th October, Batu and LCY will headline the venue. The following night, Leon Vynehall is set to DJ, and Jyoty and Nabihah Iqbal close out proceedings on Sunday, 30th October.

In a statement about the series of events, Sneaky Pete’s booker and director Nick Stewart said: “Everything we do at Sneaky Pete’s is for our amazing community of music fans. We’re in our 15th year now, and as our audiences have grown, and grown up, it feels right to do something really ambitious and special.

“This series is an amazing opportunity to host festival-like shows, but keep things intimate, immersive and extraordinary. These are early shows with a midnight curfew, so some of our longest-standing fans can come down even if their lives aren’t built around 3am clubbing anymore.

“Our first edition at Fruitmarket was truly the best event we’ve been involved in. Watching audiences’ jaws drop when they first entered the space, just totally mesmerised, was humbling and rewarded us for all the work we put in. We knew we had to do it again as soon as possible.”

Find Sneaky Pete’s’ full event calendar, and get tickets for the warehouse shows, via the club’s website.

Revisit DJ Mag’s September 2022 cover feature with warehouse event guest TSHA and Batu here and here.

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