Motion and Boiler Room tease huge summer day party to celebrate club's reopening

Motion and Boiler Room tease huge summer day party to celebrate club's reopening

Posted on: 26 Mar 2021

Celebrate the return of Bristol parties at one of the city's most iconic club venues.


Motion have announced plans for a huge event to celebrate their long-awaited reopening this summer, teaming up with Boiler Room to put together an all-day party at the Avon Street venue on Saturday 10 July.


In line with current government guidance, clubs are expected to be able to open at full capacity on 21 June, in time for a summer to remember after more than a year behind closed doors.


Ticket registration is open now via Resident Advisor, with tickets going on sale exclusively to RSVPs at 09:00 on Friday 2 April.



Having emerged as a household name on the global electronic music scene in recent years, Boiler Room have hosted events, stage takeovers and an array of live streams around the world since their launch in 2010.


From internationally-recognised artists like Carl Cox and Nina Kraviz to a long list of emerging DJs and live acts, Boiler Room have broadcasted just about everyone there is to broadcast over the past decade, and have more recently expanded to develop their own renowned events programme.


Amid the backdrop of the coronavirus crisis, as well as ongoing uncertainty regarding proposed property developments nearby, Motion's precarious situation has served as a reminder that even the biggest venues can fall on hard times.


A regular fixture towards the business end of DJ Mag's annual list of the world's top clubs, the 4,000-capacity venue has been unable to host any in-person events since its initial closure in March 2020.


Things are finally looking up, however, and Motion's expansive dancefloors, huge courtyard and sun-glazed, riverside terrace are expected to host a wide range of events this summer.


Boiler Room: Bristol will be taking place from 13:00-22:00 on Saturday 10 July, with tickets starting at £15. Find out more, follow updates and register for tickets here.

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