Motion expand YARD: Open Air Club series into huge two-day party for 2020Posted on: 06 Feb 2020
KiNK, Denis Sulta, Jennifer Cardini and many more form the stellar YARD: Open Air 2020 lineup.
Motion are bringing their musical programme back to the great outdoors in early May, expanding their popular YARD: Open Air Club party series into a huge two-day celebration of boundary-pushing house, techno, electro and more.
Running across the early May bank holiday, on Friday 8 and Saturday 9, YARD: Open Air Club 2020 will see as many as 16 internationally-renowned artists descend on Bristol biggest club venue for two extended day parties.
On day one, We Are The Brave Boss and headliner Alan Fitzpatrick will be joined by the likes of KiNK, who'll be on hand with one of his world-renowned live sets.
Joining them will be Bristol favourites Dense & Pika, exciting new talents BEC and Franky Wah, prolific producer Dennis Cruz, revered duo Acid Mondays and a selection of Motion residents.
Life and Death founder and the increasingly in-demand DJ Tennis will be taking over the more intimate Lock Yard stage, taking care of an extended five-hour set on the bank of the Avon River.
On to day two, and Glaswegian man-of-the-moment Denis Sulta tops a bill that also includes seasoned selector Palms Trax and genre-spanning French DJ Jennifer Cardini.
Day two's lineup also includes Concrete resident Leo Pol, New Zealand-born, London-based duo Chaos in the CBD, Scottish DJ and visual artist Eclair Fifi and breakout Swedish artist Baba Stiltz.
UK stalwarts Dusky will be taking over the Lock Yard on day two, switching between melodic house, Detroit Techno, obscure cuts and more during another all-day set by the river.
Running from 12:00 until 22:00 on Friday 8 May and Saturday 9 May, Motion's 2020 YARD: Open Air Club promises to be one of the club's biggest parties of the year.
Tickets are on sale now but will be moving quickly - don't sleep!
Tickets for YARD: Open Air Club at Motion on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 May are on sale now and can be found here.
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