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September 2019

Flume is going to headline Transgressive's huge 15th anniversary show in London

It'll take place at London's O2 Brixton Academy in November.
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Published: 12:13 pm, June 11, 2019
Flume is going to headline Transgressive's huge 15th anniversary show in London

Flume - aka Harley Streten - is going to headline Transgressive’s 15th anniversary show.

Transgressive co-founder Toby L says: “Harley has been working round the clock the past couple of years on his finest output yet and it's a truly exciting prospect to see him come back to these shores to share his latest work - and a new show - with everyone.

“We're currently in exciting discussions about who else will join the bill, but suffice to say, it's going to be a legendary night at Brixton, one of the world's best venues. We cannot wait."

Taking over London’s O2 Brixton Academy on 12th November, the date is part of Flume’s own headline tour which will take him all over Europe.

The tour details are:

28 Warsaw, Poland Torwar
29 Berlin, Germany UFO im Velodrom

1 Turin, Italy C2C Festival
2 Frankfurt, Germany Jahrhunderthalle
3 Paris, France Zénith
4 Toulouse, France Zénith
6 Amsterdam, Netherlands AFAS Live
7 Antwerp, Belgium Lotto Arena
10 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Rockhal
12 London, United Kingdom O2 Academy Brixton (Transgressive 15th Anniversary Show)
13 Manchester, United Kingdom

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