E1 have just announced a run of shows that completes their Autumn programming - and they aren’t messing about, having added some blockbuster shows to the calendar. It starts with COGO Presents The Afters - the carry-on party from the Tobacco Dock launch that takes place right around the corner earlier in the day. Headliner Sonny Fodera is joined by Dom Dolla, Franky Wah, Saffron Stone and Hilton Caswell in the warehouse, while Detlef, Del-30 and special guest Chris Lake are on hand in the black studio. The antics continue from 22:00 on Saturday 19th October.
The following week it hosts another after party - and it’s a biggie. Drumcode Halloween has become London’s definitive Halloween party and the official after party had added to that allure. Always heavily attended by those who start the day at Tobacco Dock (or by those who missed out on tickets for the main event), E1 is the ideal spot with its dark and stripped-back aesthetic. No line-up announcement as yet, but we can expect a core of artists from the label.
On Saturday 9th November, Percolate celebrate their seventh birthday at the venue. The celebrations sees Optimo on headline duties, with support from Jasper James and Krywald & Farrer.
Next-up, E1 has a pair of all night longs that shouldn’t be overlooked. Ahead of the launch of his new album, the first sees Dutch supremo Joris Voorn play from open to close on Saturday 16th November. His party concept Spectrum takes over the black studio, with guest spots for Jonas Rathsman, Janina and a live set from Woo York.
At the end of November, it’s Apollonia turn to take partygoers on a musical journey. Famed for their extended sets, the Parisian trio consisting of Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom and Shonky bring their new Ibiza residency, Planet Claire to the UK for the first time. Cristi Cons and Traumer play room two, with another act TBA on Friday 29th November.
The very next night, E1 sees out November with a special live event headlined by Berlin-based two-piece Booka Shade. The party in association with Parable events also sees Jeremy Olander and John Monkman perform, the latter of which will also be a live set.
Tickets for all of these parties are on sale now.