The 400-capacity venue will welcome the likes of Om Unit, Gwenan and Peverelist in the coming months.
Leeds club The Old Red Bus Station (AKA ORBS) has had its lease extended by a further five years.
Originally launched as a pop-up venue and vegan cafe by Immi Cardy and Rikines Andrin in 2015, the 400-capacity space has become one of the city's best spots for cutting-edge electronic music. Now in its fourth year of its current five-year lease, it nearly fell foul of major developments, which would have seen the venue torn down to make space for a car park. But the plans were vetoed in protection of the building's heritage. ORBS could now remain open until 2025.
On a programming tip, it's back to business as usual. Om Unit and Dead Man's Chest play a jungle night on September 13th, followed by appearances from Gwenan (September 27th), Peverelist (September 28th) and liquid drum & bass duo Artificial Intelligence (October 5th).
Tickets to select shows are available here on RA.
Check out some arty snaps of the venue.