London High-Tech Venue Outernet Live Revealed Event Series HERE

September 12, 2022
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London’s largest events venue since the 1940s Outernet Live dropped its electronic-fuelled HERE series. 

As part of Outernet London, an entertainment conglomerate, the fresh live events venue found shelter in the British capital’s central area. The brains behind the 2,000-capacity music mecca are joint venture partners and founders of Green Light Development, Robert Butters and Karrie Goldberg. 

Aiming to bring music back to London’s iconic Charing Cross area, the two-story space is kitted out with state-of-the-art audio and street-facing LED screens. With immersive experiences and a plethora of live music-related events, Outernet Live puts beats culture back on the map. 

Although Outernet Live plans were unveiled back in March, it recently got the show on the road with a star-studded line-up at weekly event series HERE. Kicking off on 24th September with 10 hours of DnB madness, the autumn/winter season for Outernet Live seems to take the cake. 

Outernet’s party series HERE is committed to the electronic genre and will take over the high-tech venue every Friday and Saturday through autumn and winter. 

Highlights: 

  • On 22th October, double platinum-certified Italian trio Meduza will take over the audio decks. 
  • Soulection co-founder Joe Kay will hype up the crowds on the 14th of October with a special four-hour set. 
  • Outernet Live has a soft spot for jaw-dropping tech, as the venue features everything from immersive 4D video screens to sound installations.
  • The central London venue’s blueprint includes a mezzanine on three sides, two levels, and a staggering 10-meter ceiling. 
  • As a billion-pound music hub, Outernet Live spans a 2,000 square meters space scattered with floor-to-ceiling 16k screens. 
  • 12 Bar Club, a former go-to nightlife spot that permanently closed its doors in 2015, will undergo a refurbishment as part of Outernet Live.
  • The venue is reportedly London’s largest purpose-built venue to open in over 80 years. 
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