The Drumsheds To Host Immersive Halloween Spectacular: Elrow Horroween

Sunday 3rd November | The Drumsheds | Meridian Water, Enfield, London
Following the sold-out elrow Town London extravaganza, which saw over 50 DJ's lead party-goers through a wacky inflatable-filled immersive haven, elrow can now reveal their next London outing. Taking place on Sunday 3rd November 2019, Horroween will bring a world of derelict haunted houses, disturbing dancefloors, and petrifying graveyards to London's newest multi-venue warehouse, The Drumsheds. Exciting electronic music will push party vibes to another dimension amidst swirling confetti, a host of party zombies, fleeing priests and monsters, across the 10 hour show. 
Housed inside a former gasworks, The Drumsheds is cavernous event space comprising four interlinked warehouses in a starkly industrial setting - a perfect environment for elrow to unleash their full halloween flair.

Tickets to elrow Horroween will be available on Tuesday 3rd September 2019.

elrow was conceived in 2010 by Cruz and Juan Arnau Lasierra, the sixth generation of entrepreneurs of the Arnau Family, who also founded the Monegros Festival and the legendary Club Florida 135 in Fraga, Aragón. In 2017, elrow entered into an investment and partnership agreement with Superstruct Entertainment, a live entertainment platform backed by Providence Equity Partners. elrow is the umbrella brand of a series of fully immersive, themed shows, which have become a global point of reference in the field of circus-inspired parties thanks to its perfect mix of the best electronic music with unimaginable scenarios, frenzied performances and outlandish characters. From its headquarters in Viladecans, Barcelona, elrow has grown exponentially and established residencies in Ibiza, Madrid, London, New York, Barcelona, Dubai and Amsterdam. elrow has consistently broken attendance records and, in 2018, saw its most successful year to-date, with over 2 million people attending 134 shows hosted across 65 cities in 33 international territories - over half of which were sold out.

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