SIDEXSIDE Tobacco Dock LWE Dubfire Guy Gerber

SIDEXSIDE finally reveal the set times for their show on Easter Sunday, with each mouthwatering SIDEXSIDE partnership promising to push creative boundaries.



The Great Gallery hosted by Jamie Jones presents a double billing of Nicole Moudaber and Cassy. After his legacy at DC10 in Ibiza, Jamie brings the vibrant energy from the island to The Great Gallery, while techno powerhouse Nicole Moudaber adds her own touch of pure brilliance. Next up is Cassy, whose dedication to music ultimately demonstrates the true meaning of a quality performance.  Finally and just announce, Richy Ahmed will be teaming up with his mate for what is destined to be another legendary session.

Taking the stage in the notorious Car Park, Guy Gerber will play side by side with Dubfire, Art Department and Matthew Dear. Whilst Dubfire has the innate capability to drive enthusiasm with passion, Art Department’s experimental techno beats combined with Matthew Dear’s thriving incorporation of divergent genres makes the Car Park a serious line-up of heavyweight sounds.

Next up, Leon Vynehall – a DJ full of ambition and integrity – hosts the Little Gallery alongside Ryan Elliot and Josey Rebelle. Berlin favourite Ryan Elliot is set to bring a techno masterclass to the Little Gallery, whereas Josey Rebelle will express an utter appreciation for the underground music industry through an incredible combination of house, techno and disco music.

General admission and VIP tickets on sale now

VIP tickets include:

Fast track entry via a separate VIP / guest list queue (you MUST enter via this queue to pick up your wristband)

Entrance to the VIP rooms with comfy seating, a dance platform looking into Little Gallery and a cash bar (tokens not needed)

Bar with cocktails, champagne & premium spirits

Separate lockers (cloakroom)

More toilets for less people!


12pm – 10.30pm


  • Mark Betteridge

    Mark Betteridge is C-U's owner and founder. C-U was formed to support up and coming artists in the underground and promote genres that were being ignored by the dance music media.