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School's out! Dork is curating Marsicans' last ever School Night, ft. LUCIA, Deco and Ørmstons

We're off up to Leeds next month for the final instalment.
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Published: 10:12 am, November 21, 2018
School's out! Dork is curating Marsicans' last ever School Night, ft. LUCIA, Deco and Ørmstons

Dork is heading to Leeds early next month, to help local lads Marsicans see off their long running School Night in style.

We've helped curate the final edition, which takes place on 5th December and packs an all-killer no-filler bill including the mighty LUCIA and special guests Deco and Ørmstons.

Tickets for the show are £5 - you can pick them up from Eventbrite here, or two of our all time favourite record shops, Jumbo and Crash. You'll also be able to get in free after 10:30pm for "DJ fun".

The full details read:

Dork & Marsicans Present...

LUCIA
+ special guests Deco & Ormstons
+ Dork & Marsicans DJs

7.30pm // Wednesday 5th December
Oporto, Call Lane, Leeds

You can check out the poster below, if you like.

School's out! Dork is curating Marsicans' last ever School Night, ft. LUCIA, Deco and Ørmstons

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