BLOC weekend 2008

Friday 14th to Sunday 16th March 2008
Pontin's Holiday Park, Hemsby-on-Sea, near Gt. Yarmouth, Norfolk, England MAP
£110 per person - SOLD OUT
last updated: Thu 6th Mar 2008

BLOC weekend is three days of independent electronic music, held in a self-contained holiday park complex for two and a half thousand people.

The three indoor arenas will be hosting something like 60+ international acts, including a "Very Special Guest" Professor Karl Bartos - one of the original members of Kraftwerk.

The other confirmed acts includ the reformed Red Snapper (live), Amon Tobin, Bochum Welt, Lory D, Luke Vibert, EDMX, Dave Clarke, Kode 9, Joey Beltram, Juan Atkins, Ben Sims, Phuture 303 (live), A Guy Called Gerald (live), The Black Dog (live), Bitstream (live), LA Synthesis (1st live show in 10 years), Transparent Sound (live), the wee djs (live), Bass Junkie, and many more.

For the full line-up details to-date, click here.

The BassBloc and TecBloc arenas are open until 6AM on Friday, all day Saturday until 6AM and then the whole day on Sunday. The SmashBloc arena is open 24 hours a day.

There's self-catered heated chalet accommodation on site, with ensuite and equipped with beds, kitchen, showers and all mod cons. The seaside holiday park also has bars, swimming pool, go-karts and lots of other holiday treats. Everyone attending BLOC 08 will also have the opportunity to take part in Ceephax Acid Crew’s Fancy Dress Sunday Acid Bingo Session – a BLOC-wide full-sized game of Bingo to seal in the weekend.

Tickets cost £110 per person, bookings being done per chalet - SOLD OUT.

More information will be here when available.

Friday 14th to Sunday 16th March 2008
Pontin's Holiday Park, Hemsby-on-Sea, near Gt. Yarmouth, Norfolk, England MAP
£110 per person - SOLD OUT
last updated: Thu 6th Mar 2008


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