Immersive new concept to take virtual raving to the next level

Do you have what it takes to find the elusive BBL CLB?

BBL CLB (pronounced Bubble Club) is a next generation online clubbing experience from award-winning experiential agency Hyperactive, combining immersive theatre and the thrill of finding an illegal rave.

Hailing back to the days of eager ravers roaming the UK motorways in search of parties under bridges, woodland and farmland – this has a real nostalgic feel, adding some mystery and detective work to the online streaming platforms we have become accustomed to in the past year.

So, are you ready to grab your friends and take on the mission to find the hidden rave with exclusive live DJ sets?

Techno heavyweight Alan Fitzpatrick is set to feature

After completing the mystery, a wide range of DJ talent spanning the underground genre awaits, with everything from disco, techno, house, DnB, and UK Garage. Some of the artists featuring include Alan Fitzpatrick, Âme, Eats Everything, Sasha, Sam Divine and wAFF to name but a few. Huge brands like Hospital Records, Back to 95, Circus Records, Critical Records and Secretsundaze have all added their stamp of approval too.

Tech house favourite wAFF will join the digital lineup

It’s certainly an interesting concept, one which you and your friends can engage with virtually (and remotely!) on screen, culminating in an experience and ethos much more rewarding than a regular livestream. Don’t assume it’s going to be as easy as following the clues though. The sequence of scenarios which require you to make decisions can either help or hinder you, however once you reach your destination you’ll be able to experience a truly exclusive DJ set that isn’t shared on any other social media platforms.

Andrew Casher, from Hyperactive has said:

The BBL CLB is designed for those of us who miss the buzz of anticipation before a night out, the electricity and the unity of the dance floor, those madcap moments with our mates and of course the appreciation of the dance music in all its guises. For me, BBL CLB is about togetherness and when we’re socially distanced and about supporting UK club culture which is so important to so many people both socially and professionally’.

Andrew Casher

A quest to find some of your favourite artists, playing in hidden locations, with Easter eggs and surprises to boot? count us in.

The virtual doors open in Feb 2021 – to find the full line up and seal your ticket click here.

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