Our autumn / winter diaries have been in a state of limbo since In:Motion announced their opening weekend parties last month, giving us a small taster of what was to come, including The Martinez Brothers and Jackmaster on Friday 29 September, followed by a massive party with The Blast including My Nu Leng, Caspa, Matt Jam Lamont, TC and Breakage on Saturday.

Finally, the next phase of In:Motion parties has been revealed, with some industry giant takeovers and very special all-night long shows. Tickets go on sale on 2 August, but keen beans can pre-register their interest at bristolinmotion.com.

6 October – The Blast: TQD x Critical (special guests Foreign Beggars) x Swing Ting

The Blast invite UK Garage super group Royal-T, DJ Q, Flava D aka TQD to Motion’s main room, with friends P Money, Elijah and Skilliam and Skepsis also taking sets throughout the night.

Critical take on Room 2, with the likes of Dub Phizix & Strategy, The Upbeats and hip hop-dubstep mashup group Foreign Beggars. While Swing Ting are in the Tunnel, with Murlo, Famous Eno and rising Bristol talent L U C Y.

Critical take on Room 2, with the likes of Dub Phizix & Strategy, The Upbeats and hip hop-dubstep mashup group Foreign Beggars

7 October – An Evening with RØDHÅD

Berlin techno giant RØDHÅD is the main attraction of the evening with a very rare UK performance. Warming up for him is fellow Berlin-based talent and Dystopian label mate John Hester.

13 October – Cream Ibiza with Paul Oakenfold

Friday the 13th brings a trance era throwback with a Cream Ibiza takeover featuring special guest Paul Oakenfold. Joining him are fellow trance producers John O’Callaghan, Simon Patterson, Menno de Jong, as well as house DJ and Cream resident Anthony Probyn.

Friday the 13th brings a trance era throwback with a Cream Ibiza takeover featuring special guest Paul Oakenfold

13 October – Shall Not Fade

13 August also presents another special takeover, this time from Bristol record label Shall Not Fade. Topping the bill is modern Detroit house producer Andres, along with DJ Seinfeld, DJ Boring and more.

14 October – Hospitality

Hospitality invites High Contrast, Danny Byrd and more to Motion’s main room, as well as a live performance from Fred V & Grifix. Meanwhile in Room 2, Hospital Records co-founder and CEO London Elektricity will be pumping some liquid, but not before Fabio & Grooverider take to the decks for a ‘rage era’ jungle set.

20 October – Metronomy live

In:Motion hosts the Simple Things’ opening concert with Joe Mount’s funky electronic pop group Metronomy.

21 October – The Heatwave present Hot Wuk

London party crew The Heatwave present an all night bashment party in Motion. Led by MC Benjamin D and DJ Gabriel Heatwave, a full stage show, dancers and carnival vibes.

The Heatwave present an all night bashment party in Motion

26 October – Paul Kalkbrenner live

In:Motion invites another of Berlin’s best for a special all night show with techno producer Paul Kalkbrenner.

27 October – The Blast Halloween

The now infamous Blast Halloween party returns with Shy FX, Congo Natty, Darkzy, Roska B2B Jus Now, Chimpo and more. In Room 2, things will be going off with a Bass Mentality takeover with a mix of house, drum and bass and garage from Chris Lorenzo, Zinc, Zed Bias, Jamie Duggan, Marcus Nasty and Bristol favourite K Stylz.

28 October – Just Jack Halloween

Fellow Bristol’s part-throwers Just Jack follow on Saturday with a Halloween party of their own featuring disco legend DJ Harvey all night long in the main room. Elsewhere, Steffi & Virginia, Young Marco and Interstellar Funk will be proving house and techno vibes all night.

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