Gatecrasher (disambiguation)

Gatecrasher (disambiguation)

Gatecrasher is a dance music event formerly held at the venue Gatecrasher 1 in Sheffield, England.

Gatecrasher may also refer to:

* "Gate Crasher", a first-person shooter
* Gatecrasher (person), a person who attends an invite-only event without invitation
* Gatecrasher (Marvel Comics), an extraterrestrial supervillain in the Marvel Universe

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