Motion Bristol Announces Huge Start to 2022 Season

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Floating Points, Pearson Sound, Camelphat, Skream, Adam Beyer, Solardo, Dan Shake, Aly & Fila

Motion’s hugely anticipated 2022 season kicks off with an explosive mix of everything from techno to drum & bass, house to disco. January, February and March will see Bristol’s most famous matrix of warehouse spaces come alive with world DJs including Floating Points, Pearson Sound, Adam Beyer, Aurora Halal, Camelphat, Skream, Dan Shake, Solardo, Ewan McVicar, Elkka (live) and many more.

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Widely regarded as one of the UK’s most important and influential clubs, Motion is a famously multi-dimensional club space. It offers everything from raw and intimate rave spaces to vast main rooms that turn into intense party cauldrons. The club has always been broad in its offering: as well as showcasing the most influential artists from around the globe, there has always been a real focus on giving the stage over to red hot and rising local promoters, production teams and artistic talents. 

A diverse and safe dance floor has also always been a priority for Motion, so new measures have been put in place in response to recent reports of increased spiking incidents across the UK. Some of these include offering lids on drinks, increased security presence and non-uniformed operatives patrolling the club to ensure customer safety. 

This monumental new season kicks off on January 21st with Possession x Boiler Room headlined by Hadone, then 22nd with The Blast, then Motion x Dad Bod Boogie brings Dan Shake, Ewan McVicar, Elkka [live] and Charlie Boon on Saturday 29th.

February 4th sees the return of house heroes Solardo and friends. Following this on February 5th is the one and only Floating Points who is joined by Pearson Sound and Helena Star amongst others. On the 11th there will be a gigantic hard house celebration with genre kingpins Goodgreef and names like Aly & Fila, Will Atkinson, Lange, Menno De Jong and more. Drumcode boss Adam Beyer headlines another techno special on Saturday 19th February, with more to come. A big Glitterbox party will also be announced for February 25th. 

In March, Skream & Lala play from open to close, Camelphat headline a special Day & Night party and Motion Presents LSDXOXO with forward thinking sounds from Aurora Halal. 

This is a mouthwatering first wave of names that once agains confirms Motion leads the UK’s underground electronic scene from the front.

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21/01/22 Possession x Boiler RoomHadoneKI/KIParfaitPerc
22/01/22 The Blast Sub Focus // WilkinsonFrictionKovenL-SideDogger & MindstateMCs: LinguisticsTexasJuma
29/01/22 Dad Bod BoogieDan Shake Ewan McvicarEllka [live]Charlie BoonsaluteTalior JaeGemi
04/02/22 SolardoSolardoEli BrownAmyelle
05/02/22 Floating PointsFloating PointsPearson SoundHelena StarOK Williams ManamiMonika 
11/02/22 GoodgreefAly & Fila Will Atkinson Lange Shugz Paul ThomasJonny GriffithsDarren Porter Nicholson
19/02/22MotionAdam BeyerEffy
25/02/22 GlitterboxLine Up TBC
05/03/22 Skream & LalaSkream [Open – Close]La La [Open – Close]
19/03/22 Camelphat Day and NightCamelphat + Support TBC
25/03/22 Motion Presents Special Guest LSDXOXOAurora Halal