A bill featuring the likes of Paul van Dyk, John '00' Fleming, Guiseppe Ottaviani and Solarstone is difficult to avoid for trance fan like me, writes TopReviews4U editor Paul Christian.
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But, leaving aside his fantastic set, I must turn to the rather odd venue.
Southwark's Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, or We Are WHSE as it calls itself by virtue of repeated lighting effects, was bizarre.
This venue was essentially like The Arches in EastEnders and I expected at any moment to see Phil Mitchell sliding out from under a car, brandishing a monkey wrench.
What was fantastic was the atmosphere generated by John '00' Fleming, who provided the highlight, as well as a certain Mr van Dyk's pulsating peak-time performance, which began with his own seminal trance banger For An Angel.
Fleming ended his early set with the incredible RITMO remix of The Prodigy's Smack My Bitch Up, to a stunning light show.
It was clear that the main 'room' or Arch One as it is literally and aptly known had been lavished with the greater care.
The second arch suffered from a lack of lighting and low volume, and the basic mixing desk looked sparse and unprofessional, rather than stripped back and retro.
Other bugbears were the queueing and toilets.
We waited 30 minutes for a cloakroom berth for one coat, which meant a large slab of the action was missed entirely.
And the toilets were basically portable cabins and open stand-up festival urinals.
In fact the entire operation was like a cheap (almost) indoor festival, complete with infuriating drinks token system – which meant waiting in line again.
But I can't grumble too much as the music was spectacular and more than made up for the terrible/awesome/not really sure venue.