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London warehouse number 90 undergoes a new remodel and announces its rebrand

One of the crown jewels in the London clubbing landscape, Number 90, has announced details of its rebrand as well as upgrades to the multi-room and multi purpose space. The canal-side venue has also announced details for the launch party weekender kicking off on September 29th.

This rebranding marks a dynamic evolution of the three adjoining warehouse spaces formerly known as Number 90, Studio 92 and Studio 94, under one umbrella venue Number 90 Hackney Wick - promising an exciting fusion of creativity, music, and culture for London's discerning partygoers.

The three new spaces, Number 90 Bar, Number 90 Live and Number 90 Hideout each now hold different purposes to cater for a range of events and activities. Dance enthusiasts, art aficionados, fashionistas, and music lovers can anticipate an eclectic array of events, including cutting-edge electronic music showcases, immersive art exhibitions, independent market gatherings and memorable cultural experiences. Number 90 Hackney Wick will continue to champion emerging talent while hosting established international artists, ensuring a dynamic and inclusive atmosphere that resonates with all.

Flawless tech, lighting and sound has always been at the forefront of Number 90 - all three spaces have undergone rigorous upgrades to the acoustics, lighting as well as a comprehensive sound upgrade, boasting d&b Audiotechnik’s flawless flagship V sound system throughout which comprises of the V subs, V7P & Y7P tops.

To mark the re-brand Number 90 Hackney Wick will be throwing a launch party weekender across all three spaces on the 29th September until 1st October.

Friday (29th September) in the Number 90 Bar; Spanish DJ and promoter De La Reef invites top-digger and Subwax owner Baldo for an evening of carefully curated house music. Number 90 Hideout welcomes established London party brand Oscuro who alongside their resident have invited Cologne based DJ Philo - not one to shy away from big beats her sound is characterised from rough UK bass, somewhere in between breakbeat, 4 to the floor, dubby bassbin jungle. Number 90 Live’s room is still to be confirmed.

On Saturday (30th September) fast rising DJ and producer Nathan Pinder will be playing a super special all night long set in the Number 90 Bar - this is not one to miss

Rounding off the weekend on Sunday (1st October) all three spaces will play host to the debut Number 90 Hideout Market from 2pm-7pm. This unique marketplace aims to be the ultimate gathering spot for lovers of fashion, art, music, and more, offering an eclectic mix of one-off items and a festival atmosphere.The market will spotlight 20-30 independent vendors, each showcasing a selection of unique, vintage, and artful products. From vinyl records to exclusive art pieces, and vintage clothing to artisanal jewellery to cater for all needs.

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