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News 019 → Dreamscape → 20th Anniversary & Home Coming Party
Twenty years ago those famous glass doors at the The Sanctuary in Milton Keynes opened for the very first time and history was made. Dreamscape gave us one of the biggest contributions to the rave scene and started a whole new era of raving. If you went raving during 1991-2002 then you were probably one of the millions that went through those doors and we have one person to thank for that.
When Murray Beetson first came across this venue it only had a legal capacity of four-hundred, he knew it would make a legendary dance venue but he wanted to make it
a four-thousand person capacity to give it that true warehouse feeling. Out of his own pocket he paid for extra fire exits to be constructed so that the capacity could be increased, making the Sanctuary a mecca for ravers and their second home.
Murray also pioneered the multi arena concept, first adding The Rollers and then
the Go kart track increasing the capacity to ten-thousand people. He also gave us the first live satellite link between the Sanctuary and Shepton Mallet on New years eve '95, setting the standard for others to follow. Sadly the site of the Sanctuary has now been redeveloped into a retail park and football ground, but for millions of ravers this place still holds very special memories.
The legacy Murray has left is unmeasurable and to celebrate the 20th anniversary and pay tribute to the great man [ our friend ] and thank him for all those unforgettable memories Dreamscape is returning to it's home town of Northampton and to The Roadmender where Dreamscape's journey started and it became the most successful and influential rave organisations of it's time. Dreamscape - Setting the Standard from start to Finish.
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