Palms Trax announces Phonox residency with Omar-S, AceMoMA, Shanti Celeste, OK Williams, more
He will take over the club for 10 consecutive Sundays from September to December
Palms Trax is taking over London's Phonox for a 10-week residency later this year.
The run of dates, which will take place on Sundays under the 'Brand New Feeling' banner, kicks off on 26th September with Palms Trax playing an all day long set. The following week, he and Omar-S will both play.
Over the next seven weeks, he will be joined by the likes of AceMoMA, Batu, Young Marco, Motor City Drum Ensemble, OK Williams, Shanti Celeste, Budino, Nu Genea, and Kamma & Masalo. Palms Trax will also play b2b with Job Jobse and Antal during the run of dates, which comes to a close on 5th December with an all day long b2b between Palms Trax and Hunee.
Tickets for the residency will be available for pre-sale at 10am BST and general sale at 1pm BST on Wednesday, 21st July. The sign-up for pre-sale tickets is available via Palms Trax's website.
Free tickets are also being made available to NHS staff and carers, and can be claimed here. There will also be a further allocation of free tickets for hospitality industry workers, which can be claimed by registering with hospitality industry community CODE.
Speaking about the residency, Palms Trax said: "After 16 months spent pining for a sense of community, to have the opportunity to not only host a bunch of friends and peers on a weekly basis at Phonox, but also really familiarise myself with a more intimate crowd feels like a dream. Living in Berlin I’ve always loved going out on a Sunday, so I’m excited to experience that in London for the first time too!
"To be able to give a little something back to NHS, carers and hospitality workers that have been so greatly impacted over the past 16 months makes this all the more special."
Palms Trax last year featured in Grand Theft Auto 5's The Cayo Perico Heist add-on. Read DJ Mag's feature on how the project came about here.
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