If Not Now – From The Fire Vol III EP Launch
Saturday 18 December, 2021 at 6 p.m.
The Dream Machine, 257 London Road, Glasgow G40 1PE
AYYA is releasing the third in the “From The Fire” series of EPs and is launching it with a super unique and intimate Audio Visual show combining story telling with music and raving.
This third chapter takes an even darker turn bringing us into a post apocalyptic world suffering from the effects of climate change, ecocide and war for resources. Stepping into a world not far flung from ours today where we are left with nothing but regret and questions like ‘IF NOT NOW…WHEN?’
Expect a dystopian post human future rave on the edge of the humanity itself. EP3 is AYYA’s journey into the deepest darkest and most industrial part of our human existence. Future rave meets Melodic techno.
The event takes place inside The Dream Room. The show will make full use of its 360 visuals, light show and surround sound.
It’s a standing gig and its BYOB. Soft drinks, cups and snacks will be provided for a donation.
Buy Tickets. Prices are Pay What You Can.
Please feel free to take a ticket for free if you cannot afford it or would like to contribute in cash on the night instead. Please be respectful of the fact that if you cannot make it, please return the ticket as someone else can fill the very limited space.
Covid Restrictions and Policy
Capacity is severely restricted due to Covid and the size of the venue so please get a ticket early to ensure your place.
Please bring your vaccine status (available on the NHS app) with you for review on the door. Please where possible, take a lateral flow test on the day or just before the gig. “We want to party but want to keep everyone healthy and safe too. Lets looks after each other.”
“If you have covid or are in any doubts whatsoever about it and can no longer make it, your ticket is fully refundable so please stay away.”
The AYYA story so far:
AYYA follows the adventures of the Goddess of Life Energy – AYYA.How she became a Goddess, came to earth, inspired the blossoming of life. How she watched as humans turned against each other and tried to stop it. How she was captured and coated in a metal cage by the very beings she inspired into existence. But ultimately it is a story of hope and thriving through our pain and mistakes. The phoenix must always rise from the ashes
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