Aussie DJ, Tom Lowndes will celebrate ten years of his world-touring audio-visual dance party, Hot Dub Time Machine, with a special live performance at the Edinburgh Fringe on Saturday 20th August.
A cult festival favourite and a guaranteed hit with music lovers, the ‘dance-through-the-decades’ spectacle takes those within earshot on a whirlwind journey through pop music. Traversing and mixing the sounds of the swinging sixties and the psychedelic seventies, the syncopated synths of the disco era, the groovy bass lines of soul, funk and much more, all in 'strict' chronological order, the show offers something for all tastes and regularly sells out no matter where in the world it appears.
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Since launching back in 2012, Hot Dub Time Machine has broken dance floors and venues across all continents, whipping audiences into a frenzy at festivals the likes of Coachella, Reading and Tomorrowland. Delivering an always high-octane experience accompanied by mesmerising visuals and the best music of the past seventy years, it's little wonder why the event has been such a hit.
Tickets for the ten year anniversary special, taking place at the Edinburgh Royal Highland Centre, are now on sale and selling extremely fast! First and second release tickets have now all sold out. Head to the bottom of the page to secure yours now.
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