New house night ?Loopy Tunes? is holding its inaugural event on Friday 15th November at Hideout, Brighton with organisers confirming proceeds will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support and Cancer Research UK.
Hosting a line-up of well-known tech and funk house DJs including Sonny Wharton (Skint Records); Terry Francis (Wiggle); Simon Atkinson and Groover Washington, playing the event in support of the charities.
Organised by a group of three friends, Lee Cook, Jane Higham and Nathan Cook, using their love of house music to raise funds for two special charities, an impressive 13 DJs are playing and offering their support. In addition to the important fund-raising, the friends aim to build Loopy Tunes into an ongoing event, returning annually with the charity focus and adding quarterly commercial nights to the calendar.
Organiser Lee Cook said: ?We can?t wait to launch our event on 15th November and have been blown away by the response from so many, all offering their support and to get involved. We have an incredible mix of DJs, playing tech or funky house and need to say a huge thank you to them all. Also special thanks to Hideout, for hosting our event, plus Toby of Scream Designs who has been instrumental in getting the event up and running. We are pretty sure, with our line-up, everyone will be in for a night of top tunes and a first-class vibe, while raising money for two important charities?.
Top UK house DJ and Producer, Sonny Wharton of Brighton-based Skint Records is just one of the DJs supporting the event. He said: ?The charities benefitting from this event are very close to my heart so it?s a pleasure to be included in the line-up for what is undoubtedly going to be an amazing party!?.
Tickets are available from Skiddle.com at £10, plus booking fee. Full line up, social media tags, website details and contact details below.
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