COGO presents… Gorgon City & Sonny Fodera
50 Porters Walk, London, E1W 2SF
Saturday 19th October 2019
12:00 - 22:30 (Last entry 18:00)
Stage splits announced
6th release tickets selling fast
Great Gallery – Realm
Nora En Pure
Terrace – Solotoko
Car Park - Warriors
Ritual host the VIP with:
Bajau (Live), Carly Carmen, Dan Healy, Made by Pete, Marcellus, Paolo Francesco
On Saturday 19th October, over 20 of the world’s leading DJs will descend on East London’s historic Tobacco Dock for the official launch of COGO.
Playing over 4 rooms of music, some of electronic music’s best-known names will be bringing the party.
Tickets for this event are flying out, and we can now reveal that Steve Lawler is the final room host, and taking over the legendary Car Park. Not only that, tech house sensation Detlef joins the line-up as well as elrow’s very own Tini Gessler and party starter Max Chapman is another big name making his COGO debut.
Whether you want to have a full sensory experience in The Great Gallery, prefer dancing away to uplifting sounds in the Terrace or relive London's underground dance culture in the Car Park, the launch of COGO offers something for everyone. These 3 flagship rooms will showcase festival level standards of production, whilst a further VIP room offers something a little different. Ritual takeover the VIP with a selection of their residents plus some special guests, that have quickly become a name on everyone’s lips across London.
Stay tuned for more news for what will be the biggest launch event in London this year. 5th Release tickets selling fast.
Tickets priced from
Entry before 2pm - £25.00 +BF
1st Release - £29.50 +BF
VIP 1st Release - £50.00 +BF
VIP tickets include
-New exclusive intimate room of music, for VIPs only.
-Fast track entry via a separate VIP / guestlist queue (you MUST enter via this queue to pick up your wristband.)
- Entrance to the VIP rooms with comfy seating and a cash bar (tokens not needed)
- Bar with cocktails, champagne & premium spirits
- Separate lockers (cloakroom)
- More toilets for less people!