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Dojo Winter Party tickets

SWG3 in Glasgow

Friday 2nd February 2018

9:00pm til 2:00am

Minimum Age: 18

DOJO - Quality House and Techno night, now in its third year. Built around quality music and quality crowd.

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Dojo Winter Party on Friday 2nd February 2018

Started as a reaction to a lack of quality house and techno nights, this little club continues to go from strength to strength. Now in its third year and showing no signs of slowing down. Regularly scoring 5/5 with its crowd, DOJO set out to develop a unique night built around its residents and their connection with the crowd in it's intimate setting.

Each party is an electric mix of upfront music and a happy interaction with the DOJO faithful. All newcomers to the night are welcomed with open arms. It's dark (but euphoric atmosphere) and sounds make new visitors become instant regulars.

Started in 2015 by Mark Fazzini, who has been producing upfront house and techno for over two decades (Limbo Recordings, Inkfish, Rebooted, etc) - and ably assisted by Darran McNeil and Neil Robertson, the nights are hosted around three times a year.

The DOJO crowd is a happy bunch, made up of a cross-section of ages and types. The only conditions for entry are an appreciation for good music and respect for your Dojo friends.

High-end sound, lighting and visuals are imported to enhance the unique experience of this room - a stripped-back, but always welcoming playground for the good people.

Please check out our DOJO facebook page and the SWG3 facebook page.

See you on the dancefloor!

Music Genres: 

House, Prog House, Tech House, Techno

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