Manchester Cathedral will be transformed into a 360-degree nightclub dance floor

A new club night this summer will see the impressive Manchester Cathedral transformed into a 360 degree dance floor.

A DJ booth will be set up in the center of the Grade I listed building, with revelers dancing on the marble floors on all sides.

John Digweed has been confirmed to play an extended three-hour set at the historic party.

The event comes from JBM Music and Fever, who will transform the medieval cathedral into a paradise for house and techno music.

DJ John Digweed. Credit: provided

Manchester Cathedral itself is 135 feet high, with stunning stonework and towering arches as well as an extensive organ and stained glass windows.

But on June 3, it will be the venue for a one-in-a-million dance party, complete with a Void Acoustics sound system and light shows.

Clubbers will be able to connect with Bedrock label head John Digweed through the 360-degree experience.

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John has pioneered electronic music for over three decades with his technical mixing style.

Support for the night will come from 909 Liverpool and residents of Hush Hush Leeds.

Tickets are priced at £28 and are on sale now at feverup.com/m/111052.

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Jerry C. Greiner