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Human Traffic on Saturday 15th December 2018
THE HUMAN TRAFFIC RAVE is the first party of its kind in the UK, celebrating the best accounts of rave culture ever depicted.
90’s Rave Music House, Hip Hop, Breakbeat and Jungle Only
LIVE FOR THE WEEKEND in an era where dance music in the underground has never been stronger. Scream until your ears bleed “NICE ONE BRUVVA!” shake off the chains of dead-end jobs and family pressures to dance the weekend away.
“THE WEEKEND HAS LANDED All that exists now is clubs, d***s, pubs and parties. We've got 48 hours off from the world, man. We're gonna blow steam out my head like a screaming kettle, We're gonna talk cod shit to strangers all night, We're gonna lose the plot on the dancefloor. The free radicals inside me are freakin', man! Tonight I'm Jip Travolta, I'm Peter Popper, We're going to never-never land with my chosen family, man. We're gonna get more spaced out than Neil Armstrong ever did, anything could happen tonight, you know? This could be the best night of our life. I've got 73 quid in my back burner - We're gonna wax the lot, man! The Milky Bars are on me! Yeah!”
Human Traffic Rave starts here, this could turn Hare Krishna into a Bad Bwoy!
Early Bird Tickets to go on sale tonight! Followed by 1st Release and 2nd Release Tickets. Limited Tickets Only
Boxxed (Upstairs Space).
Ticket is for entry only.
This is an over 18's event, ID will be required.
Human Traffic Rave - The Weekend Is Here is an appreciation event to the music soundtrack from the 90s, the actors of the film will not be attending or look-a-likes from the film. PLEASE DO NOT BUY TICKETS if you think otherwise.
Music Genres: Funky House, Hip Hop, Jungle
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