On Friday 24th June Cirillo the Circo Loco legends brings his party to London for one night only!
17th Jun 2016
Carlo Andrea Raggi, aka Cirillo, is one of the best representatives of the Italian techno sound. In more than 30 years his career has taken him around the world travelling side by side with the biggest names in terms of techno music: Carl Cox, Danny Tenaglia, Fatboy Slim, Sven Vath, Paul Van Dyk, Timo Maas, Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice and many many others.
He has participated in some of the most infamous musical events including Love Parade, Ravecity, NRG, Evolution, Mayday, Universe, Love Nation, Union Rave and Odissey. The last such event was in summer 2004, at the Heineken Jamming Festival, in Italy, where he was joined by the Crew and artists such as Massive Attack, Fatboy Slim and Timo Maas. In Ibiza he is resident dj of Circo Loco at DC10, the party that has been defined as being number 1 in the world. He has become unmissable for all of the DJs and people of the island. With the Circo Loco World tour he has played in the world's largest capitals, throughout Europe, America, Australia and Asia. His DJ sets have taken place in some of the biggest world clubs, such as Amnesia, Space and Pacha in Ibiza, Limelight, Shelter and the NY Arc in New York, Roxy in Amsterdam, Omen and Dorian Gray in Frankfurt, Palazzo in Bingen, Tribehouse in Dusserldof, E-Werk and Columbia Hallee in Berlin, Heinzkaftwerk, Babalý and Pacha in Munich, Park CafŤ in Wiesbaden, Ministry of Sound and The End in London, OXA in Zurich, Warehouse in Tokyo, Zouk in Singapore, Drop in Shangai and Hong Kong to name but a few, all are well remembered by everyone for their great energy, perfect technique and high musical quality. In Riccione, Italy, Cirillo is resident inside the CocoricÚ, club that he has launch in the 1990.
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