Don’t Let Daddy Know UK on October 6th 2018 at Victoria Warehouse in Manchester (UK).
After a successful edition of Don’t Let Daddy Know in the UK exactly one year ago, the world-renowned dance concept will be coming back to the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester on October 6th, 2018.
DLDK UK is part of the Don’t Let Daddy Know World Tour 2018. Other locations are Amsterdam, Santiago de Chile, Madrid, Bangkok and other big metropolitan cities.
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Please see below all information regarding Don’t Let Daddy Know at Victoria Warehouse.
Where is it?
Victoria Warehouse, Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester, M17 1AB
Token Drinks Sales
Please note Victoria Warehouse will be operating a cashless system and all drinks will need to be purchased by tokens. There will be numerous token booths on site to purchase tokens, which will be clearly marked and operating throughout the event. Please note there will be a minimum purchase of 5 tokens per order. Drinks tokens are non refundable and can only be used at DLDK, Saturday 6th October 2018.
Opening Times & Ticketing Information.
The event starts at 9PM on Saturday 06th October, Last entry will be at 22.30PM so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Before arriving at the venue please ensure you have your tickets either printed or in hand/On your smart phone and have them ready for scanning on the door to ensure ease of access to the event. If you have misplaced your email ticket, please contact your ticketing agent for them to re-send these out to you. Please also note ID is essential for all attendees this event
The dress code is casual. Trainers, Jeans, Smart Shorts and t-shirts are acceptable. Strictly no tracksuits / jogger wear (jogger pants, jogger material shorts) or man bags allowed.
As a condition of entry all customers must be search. This is for us to ensure that no one is carrying anything dangerous into the venue. Items which are not allowed into the venue include; Illegal Substances, Legal Highs, Alcohol,
Liquids of any sorts – including perfumes / liquid makeup products / aerosols / drinks / glass of any sorts – perfume bottles, glass bottles. No food. No flares or fireworks, Selfie Sticks, Weapons of any descriptions or replicas. The search policy will delay queuing slightly so please ensure you arrive early to the event.
Zero Tolerance to Drugs
Victoria Warehouse do not condone the use of drugs at their events. As a condition of entry all customers must undertake a search to ensure that no drugs or any other dangerous items are taken within the venue. We have a zero tolerance policy for anyone found with drugs on their person.
Welfare On Site for You!
There is a welfare area within the Victoria Warehouse for all of our events If you feel or a friend feels at all unwell throughout the night, please come and find a member of the welfare team for help or see a member of the crowd management team, the crowd management are there for your safety & welfare not to judge.
Victoria Warehouse advises all customers to ensure that they keep their belongings such as phones, ID, wallets, purses on their persons at all times. Bass Jam has a lost property desk based at the cloakroom. If you lose something on the night or if anything is stolen, please go to the desk to report it as soon as possible so we can do everything possible to get it back to you.
Victoria Warehouse is a large-scale multi roomed venue, which occasionally can be easy to lose your friends at. We advise you to not make your own way home or leave the venue on your own. Please look out for each other’s welfare at any event.
If you are lucky enough to look under the age of 25, Then we will require photo ID, No ID then no entry. All ID’s will be checked, anyone found in possession of a fake ID or an ID which is not theirs will be handed over to the local police and the ID will be kept.
Local Taxi Services:
Club Cars – 0161 865 2424
New Moon Cars LTD – 0161 865 1010
Trafford Cars – 0161 962 5000
There is no on site parking, You can find local car parks by entering the post code ‘M17 1AB’ on the car park finder website www.carparks4u.com.
21.00 – 21.45 Owen Norton
21.45 – 22.45 Jay Hardway
22.45 – 23.45 Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman
23.45 – 01.15 Third Party
01.15 – 02.45 Don Diablo
02.45 – 03.45 Laidback Luke
03.45 – 04.45 Sem Vox
04.45 – 06.00 Headhunterz
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Only those who register will have access to the lowest cost tickets for #DLDKUK. After you’ve pre-registered, you will receive an email with your personal link to enter the early bird ticket shop on the day of the ticket sale.
Regarded as one of the founding fathers of the Future House movement, it is evident why Dutch DJ/producer Don Diablo is seen as a pioneer of the dance music world. Currently #7 in the DJ Mag Top 100 Poll – making him the highest placing artist in the Future House category – Don has earned praise from talent and tastemakers across the globe for major hits such as “On My Mind”, “Universe”, “AnyTime”, “Chemicals” and “Cutting Shapes” and most recently released his sophomore album FUTURE in the beginning of 2018.
Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman are a Swedish/Greek DJ/Producer duo consisting of Dimitrios Vardalis and Andreas Wiman.
Headhunterz, whose real name is Willem Rebergen, is a Dutch hardstyle DJ/producer formerly known as Nasty D-Tuners. His own label Scantraxx Reloaded, started in 2006, is a sub label of Scantraxx. He gained his first major experience as a DJ at Defqon.1 Festival, a huge hardstyle event in the Netherlands, where he was discovered by The Prophet. Since then, Headhunterz has played at every major music festival including Don’t Let Daddy Know and many more.
Jay Hardway continues to be one of the dance scene’s most exciting and well-loved names. Hailing from Drunen in the South of the Netherlands, he began producing and DJing at the age of 14. His first release came in the form of a collaboration with then-unknown teenager Martin Garrix, the free download “Registration Code”. Their next collaboration “Wizard” was released on Spinnin’ and quickly reached the #1 spot on Beatport. Further collabs with fellow scene greats like Firebeatz, Bassjackers, MOTi have provided yet more dancefloor gold, as have his remixes of Armin van Buuren, Bourgeous and Sam Feldt.
If it is music’s prerogative to change with the times, Laidback Luke is the master of evolution. As Luke van Scheppingen, he was born in Manila, Philippines and grew up in The Netherlands. He has worked with artists such as David Guetta, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Junior Sanchez and played throughout Europe and North America as well as shows in Japan and Ibiza. He has released two studio albums: Psyched Up (1998) and Electronic Satisfaction (2002) as well as a successful mix album, Windmill Skill (2003).
Sem Vox is everywhere, with tracks supported by Diplo, Afrojack, Martin Garrix and many more there is no doubt left. His years of experience in making people dance are widely respected and praised upon. Rocking stages on festivals like Creamfields and Mysteryland is something that goes naturally for him. When he is not flying around the world playing alongside artists like Skrillex and Martin Garrix, he also runs the event Don’t Let Daddy Know as one of its founders. The concept that started in Ibiza is growing out to a world wide brand just like Sem Vox.
Third Party is a pair of childhood friends, consisting of Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, who have allowed their music to do all their talking, and as a result has brought them plenty of acclaim. Along the way, some of their biggest cuts have been breakout tracks like “Release” – a call to the dance floor that got played far and wide. After the success of that record, the pair hooked up with none other than Swedish House Mafia legend Steve Angello, with whom they produced the track “Lights”, before “Feel” was later released alongside Cicada, followed by “Thank You”, their debut on Ultra Music. Third Party also worked with Martin Garrix on the track “Lions in the Wild”. In 2017 they released their album “HOPE” with amazing progressive house tracks, combining the music with a brand-new live show. Much more is expected from this exciting pair as they continue to create unique and heavy dance music.
ONLY those who register will have access to the lowest cost tickets for #DLDK. After you’ve Pre-Registered, you will receive an email with your personal link to enter the early bird ticket shop on the day of the ticket sale.