A new Manchester club opening has been teased by House Music DJ Daruis Syrossian  in hopes to bring back his famous Tribal Sessions event and perform monthly.

The popular DJ tweeted the idea to his 13K followers to see what they thought of his new business venture.

Luke Welsh, Resident DJ for The Warehouse Project said: “Manchester is constantly growing and there are several new spaces popping up around the city. This paves a new direction for promotors and the city itself musically. I hope it does well.”

The idea behind the new Manchester club and its theme was inspired by ‘Sankeys’, a chain of night clubs all over the world including Ibiza and New York.

Sankeys also had a venue in Manchester from 1994 – 2017 in which it was immensely popular with House music fans across the country.

The 23 year old club announced it would be closing its doors forever and has since been turned into apartments.

But fans are not happy about the decision often tweeting about the well loved Manchester club.

The news of a potential new Manchester club with a similar style venue and music and has been well received on social media.

Many people commenting on how they want a new club to open up and be able to replace the Sankeys atmosphere that fans are missing from the House music scene at the moment.

Here is the inspiration behind the new Manchester club and what to expect.

Although Sankeys is heavily missed there are still clubs in Manchester for House music fans to enjoy and see all the biggest names including: Carl Cox, The Martinez Brothers, Patrick Topping, Green velvet, Jamie Jones and many more.



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