Hannah Wants announces all-new PLAY tour for 2018

PLAY tour

Hannah Wants has announced her brand-new PLAY tour, continuing her popular concept across a varied run of locations in 2018, touring some of the UK’s most esteemed venues across 10 cities.

PLAY tour

Projecting Hannah’s artistic progression and prospective musical vision, the 2018 PLAY announcement follows Hannah Wants’ highly acclaimed 2017 tour, which saw the UK producer play at a series of locations including the iconic Electric Brixton. Maintaining her bass house roots, fans can expect electrifying stand-out visuals combined with a grungy, intense atmosphere.

With an elite selection of DJs chosen by Hannah to showcase their skills alongside her, the UK producer will also give a debut the finest rising talents by holding her own interactive DJ search via her website here. Looking for up and coming artists yet to find their big break, fans can submit an application form to Hannah, with 10 winners (one for each tour date) set join the PLAY line up, playing an opening set on the tour.

“I know there will be so many talented and unique DJ’s out there who are passionate about the art… I want to find that talent!” said Hannah, whose previous talent searches have unearthed the likes of Devstar, Joshua, Jack Swift, and TIMANTI.

The specially curated nights will grace some of the UK’s best tastemaking clubs, including; Motion in Bristol, Mint in Leeds, the O2 Academy in Newcastle, District 8 in Dublin, and London’s Ministry of Sound, with Hannah ready to press PLAY on an exciting start to 2018.

Much like Hannah’s iconic PLAY dates, Hannah will also embark on ‘PLAYGround’; a small tour that will deliver the same dark, raw, authentic rave concept, bringing a more intimate atmosphere to a series of smaller venues, as Hannah plays Birmingham, Glasgow, Dundee, and Aberdeen. Going back to basics with minimal production, PLAYGround is all about 100% music and vibe, where the crowd and DJ booth feel united as one.

PLAY Tour dates

Friday 2nd March – Y-Plas, Cardiff
Saturday 3rd March – Invisible Wind Factory
Friday 9th March – 02 Academy, Newcastle
Saturday 10th March – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
Friday 23rd March – Halo, Bournemouth
Saturday 24th March – Ministry of Sound, London
Friday 30th March – Motion, Bristol
Saturday 31st March – The Arch, Brighton
Sunday 1st April – Mint (The Terrace Party), Leeds
Friday 6th April – District 8, Dublin


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