Kicking off the weekend’s proceedings Joe Roche warmed up the main room whilst Padre AU took control of the Loft filling the club wall to wall.
Joe handed over to the main man Mall Grab who upped the ante with two hours of hard house and techno, getting the dancefloor bouncing with some of his most well known tunes including “You”.
Meanwhile up in the Loft the Rogue Puppet crew pulled out all the stops with 3 hours of thumping techno, whilst ABB kept the crowd hooked with the grooviest rhythms down in the Boiler Room.
The combination of genres spread across the club made the perfect ingredients for the most incredible night, setting the tone for Interplanetary Criminal’s Fugitive tour on Saturday.
On Saturday No One UK brought the party for the Leeds leg of Interplanetary Criminals Fugitive Tour. Airspace Takeover kicked things off before Bakey and Tan took things to another level, performing a special b2b set. For those who witnessed this will agree that this was a set to go down in the memory books.
Interplanetary Criminal then seized the Main Room - his energy had the crowd bouncing from start to finish with a combination of upbeat techno and speed garage leading the way for Coco Bryce and K Means who shut down the club.
Safe to say this weekend will not be forgotten, thank you to our hosts Haus22 and No One UK and to everyone who came along especially the troopers who came to both events - fairplay!