The Liverpool Techno & DnB giants are set to announce their full line-up for next year’s festival as they take over Invisible Wind Factory 
As the countdown continues to The One In The Woods on June 3rd and 4th 2022, today the team behind it announces an unmissable free party on Saturday 15th January at Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool
Featuring a huge line up of techno and drum & bass talents such as Matrix & Futurebound, Finch & Maxim, Andee J, Blindside, Dogger & Mindstate, MC Conrad, DJ SS, Erbman, Jack Mirror, FC Nocturne, Miss Trouble and Tom Page with special guests to come, it is a mouthwatering appetiser before the main event in summer.  Tickets for the party are only available via a sign-up process at and then anyone signed up will be entered into a draw to claim their free tickets. 
Invisible Wind Factory is located on Liverpool’s North Docks. It is a historic old warehouse complex that houses a 1200 capacity performance venue. You can expect a full array of next level production, immersive light and world class sound in a location perfectly suited to raving. 
This free party will be the first place to hear about the full and complete line-up for the One in The Woods Festival in June. Located in the lush green setting in Orrell Hill Woods and surrounded by tall forests and with secluded woodland areas, the festival made a giant impact with its first year and was celebrated for its out of this world production, inclusive crowd and carefully curated mix of techno and drum & bass stars. 
Already announced are the likes of Nastia, Luke Slater, Nechto resident Daria Kolosova and Scottish rising star FRAZI.ER, DJ Hazard, Kings of the Rollers, Calyx & Teebee, Dillinja, Matrix & Futurebound, A.M.C, The Prototypes, TC and MEL, with some huge names still to be announced. 
The free party in January is set to be the biggest ever of its kind. Make sure you are there to experience it:
Matrix & Futurebound
Finch & Maxim
Andee J
Digger & Mindstate
MC Conrad
Jack Mirror
FC Nocturne
Miss Trouble 
Tom Page
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