Trespass: Experience a new immersive live music event this bank holiday weekendCultureMusic
Tresspass is a new immersive live music experience exclusively showcasing current celebrated artists, which will be held at a secret London location over four consecutive nights over the May bank holiday weekend, from Thursday 26th May until Sunday 29th May 2016.
Created by three forward-thinking music industry veterans – Ben Spetsiotis, Lowri Gerrard and Joshua Sanger – in partnership with Mahogany, Trespass will take over a unique London space and incorporate very personal, tailored elements of three key current artists’ music and influences, allowing the audience to trespass into each artist’s world. The identity of these three special artists will remain unannounced to ticket holders until the start of each performance and will remain secret to the public until after the exclusive weekender.
Trespass will provide an unprecedented level of loving detail around each artist and their music in the space in which they are performing – resulting in a thought-provoking live music video style experience in which the audience can become fully submerged within the performance and become an active part of it. Trespass’ unique environment will allow for a more intimate level of engagement between artist and audience with only 100 exclusive tickets on sale per night.
The location will also remain a mystery, but the organisers will disclose that it’s a beautifully raw multi-level building in Spitalfields which has been stripped back to its bare structural bones. Following this event the venue is to be developed into offices and flats, so this will be one of the very last opportunities to experience this historic building in its current form. Upon purchasing tickets, the venue location will be revealed to ticket holders only.
Ben Spetsiotis, co-founder and director of Trespass says: “This concept was born from our love of music videos and their ability to transport the viewer inside the world of the music. We have always kept that firmly at the forefront of our minds when designing each space within the venue and consider the Trespass format to be a crucial next step in presenting live music. Our aim is to re-manage artist and audience expectations as to how live music can be experienced in an immersed, engaged and unpredictable way.”
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