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The Funkbox Project comes to North Shire in Saltburn

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The Funkbox Project, a festival which will feature the performances of 16 DJs, will be taking place at North Shire in Liverton, Saltburn this Saturday (July 22).

The venue, which boasts a Lord of the Rings themed ‘Shire cottage’ and Harry Potter themed ‘Hagrid’s Hut,’ will see what Funkbox promoters have called a “never-seen-before party.”

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The Northern Echo:

They said they were proud to be bringing their first Funkbox Project event to the location.

A Funkbox Project spokesperson said: “We are proud to present the very first Funkbox Project festival at Northshire. 

“One of the most magical and original venues in the North East of England, ideally placed on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors and within 30 minutes of Teesside, Whitby and all surrounding areas.

“The first event of its type at this soon to be iconic venue, The Funkbox Project will be bringing a never seen before party covering 2 arenas.

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The Northern Echo:

“A venue as original and unique as Northshire requires a line up of talent that compliments the surroundings and buys into the whole ethos of the festival.

“Hosting the whole event are The Funkbox DJs, a collective who have enjoyed a massive rise over the past few years with their unique, genre hopping, energetic party vibes, gaining quite a following after hosting their own events and supporting such other nights as *riffraff, Small Trees, Retro and Mode.”

The event will feature artists such as Josh Micky, Devstar, Lee Pennington, Lee Walker, as well as local talent to support these acts.

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The Northern Echo:

Arenas hosting the performances include The Enchanted Barn, a massive, luxurious converted barn, and the Stone Henge site.

The headlining acts are comprised of Josh Micky, of Patrick Topping’s Trick label, and Devstar, one of the country’s most respected technical DJs.

The music festival will be running from 2pm to 1am.





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