Warning...big sounds, big crowds, bring on 2016

Warning at Cambridge Junction

Warning at Cambridge Junction - Credit: Archant

The country’s leading drum n bass promoters saw out 2015 in style when the last Warning of the year played to a rammed to the rafters Cambridge Junction rounding off their 20th anniversary with a boom.

Warning saw out 2015 in style for its 20th anniversary

Warning saw out 2015 in style for its 20th anniversary - Credit: Archant

What started as a small idea in a Thursday night, jungle-based, dance-off in the city has turned into the best recognised event in the UK for seeing new and established DJs and Mcs.

It was 1995 when Warning was born and it has grown in reputation to boast some of the top names in the industry among its performers including Andy C, Goldie, Shy FX, Ragga Twins, Wilkinson, Mampi Swift and Skibadee.

Since its inception, pretty much the same team of music enthusiasts have kept the theme going for two decades, always with top priority of the event’s signature hard bass and ease to please, party people vibe.

The format is simple, Six times a year Warning take over the Junction and fill it with music from 10pm to 6am in two rooms – one large and one really small.

Take your pick, put on your dancing shoes and prepare to party til dawn.

On their Facebook page a Warning spokesman said: “Big up to each and every one of you who supports and understands what we do. You are all the Warning family - salute!

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“We’d like to take this opportunity to say a mighty thank you to Simon George (senior technician) alongside Ben and Pete from Shadow Data for their attention to detail in producing one of the finest visual stage shows we could hope for.”

The next Warning event is a Valentine’s dance on February 13, 2016. The full line up will be revealed on Christmas Day.

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