After two decades of putting on parties around the country, Manchester's Homoelectric is launching Homobloc, their first ever festival.
Set to take place on on 9 November 2019 at the Mayfield Depot, it will see 10,000 revellers descend on Manchester for a misfits paradise. The mission statement is clear: Homobloc is a queer party for all. It's about all of us. Love is the message in a party that unites everyone.
Spread over four stages, expect a melting pot of music genres from afrobeat, boogie, disco, garage, house and techno to voodoo, outer space bass buggin', futurism and outsider pop, Everything is thrown into the mix with no pomp or pretension.
Heading up this twisted disco will be none other than The Black Madonna, a firm fan favourite who's sure to bring an injection of techno filth to the party animals on the dance floor. She'll be joined by the likes of disco legend Roisin Murphy, pop superstar Robyn (DJ set), Scandinavian super DJ HAAI and man of the moment Midland.
Also performing will be the legendary Jaye Ward, San Francisco trouble-makers Honey Soundsystem, Berlin-based house genius Prosumer, pioneer and one of the originators of the Chicago House scene Adonis and none other than Homelectric resident Jamie Bull.
Joining them will be slew of the biggest names in the electronic music scene right now including the likes of Seth Troxler, Hunee, Crazy P, Romy, Honey Dijon, Optimo, Horse Meat Disco, Palms Trax and the legend that is Dan Beaumont.
Last updated: July, 2019