​Birmingham’s Hockey Social Club teams up with We Out Here Festival on new electronic programme

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Birmingham arts and social space, Hockley Social Club, has collaborated with We Out Here Festival to deliver electronic acts alongside culture and arts in 2024.

Formerly a factory, the space is a street food dining hall with event-hosting facilities, DJ decks and a bespoke sound system.

According to a press release, Hockley Social Club has collaborated with the Dorset music festival to “host debuts, live shows and exclusive sets from some of the UK’s hottest new electronic music producers, DJs, promoters, and collectives.”

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The 10,000 sq ft space has recently been re-vamped. “After a refurb of the venue across every room in January, we’re feeling better prepared this year than ever before,” said Jack Brabant, Director of Hockley Social Club.

The food and venue space aims to address the current Cost of Living Crisis by offering a programme of diverse cultural experiences, world-class arts and music at affordable prices, writing on its website that “right at the heart of our events programme, too, is affordability.”

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Working alongside the non-profit organisation Digbeth Dining Club, Hockley Social Club also helps to provide food for vulnerable people alongside education and training.

For more information, visit Hockley Social Club’s official website.

Belle Richardson is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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