Progress Club Classics 1992-2002 on Saturday 14th December 2019
In the 1990's Progress was one of the leading super clubs in the country. Drawing around 1200 people each weekend to their parties from all over the country. For this party at the blue note they are back for one night only playing all of the hits and anthems that graced the clubs dance floors back in the day.
Original promoter & DJ Pete Wye alongside original resident DJ Rob Boy Wunda Webster, the pair have have teamed up once again after almost two decades to deliver what is going to be a spectacular party taking you back to the clubs glory days.
With guest DJ and house music legend Allister Whitehead playing some of the finest anthems from the 1990's alongside Bob's Disco and original resident DJ's Pete Wye & Rob 'Boy Wunda' Webster
Using original vinyl records, Pete & Rob will be playing a well curated set that will take you on a journey through the years 1992-2002. Starting with the Wherehouse days of 92-94 through to the mid 90's with the Conservatory days then leading up to the late 90's and into the millennium with the clubs finest anthems from the Eclipse and Time nightclubs.
Tickets will sell fast for this event so get them early. If there are any left on the night the entry fee will be £16 on the door, so order them now to avoid disappointment.
This event also marks the 20th anniversary of Rob Websters international chart hit Everybody which sold over 200k copies back in 1999 as the Boy Wunda. so come along and join us for a special Christmas event at the Blue Note club in Derby from 9pm-4am for a party like no other, delivered to you from the true players of Derby's night life history.
Music Genres: Club Classics, Funky House, House, Retro House, Trance
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