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Blue Rinse on Saturday 26th May 2018
The academic year is almost over and thoughts are on the summer, so Blue Rinse are bringing the sunshine for last High Wycombe event until October. Don't worry though, we'll be at The Social in London in June, July and September as well as hosting stages at Truck and Y-Not Festivals.
Let's make our final fling of the year one to remember, happy tunes and beaming faces aplenty, we're here to give you a musical hug as you head off into the sunset.
For the newly inaugurated, what is Blue Rinse? We dance, we shake and we sometimes even bake. Every month we play the greatest eclectic tracks from every decade and every genre.
We play Disco, Indie, RnB, Motown, Hip Hop, Pop, Funk and Soul and pluck every musical heartstring from every decade along the way. Morrissey to Meatloaf, Elvis to Eminem.
We might sometimes go to the edge of cheese, sometimes the brink of obscure but we will always stay true to simply playing GREAT MUSIC!
All you need to remember is that 'Genres Suck!' and to dance like everyone is watching but you don't give a ****
We dont do requests, we do #THREEQUESTS send us your favourite 3 songs, each from a different decade, and you are in with a chance of winning BIG... or just getting a song played.
Entry is absolutely FREE for students of Bucks New University, just show your Student Card on entry.
General Public advanced tickets £2
On the door tickets £3 before 11pm and £5 after, open 'til 3am.
Last entry 1am.
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Music Genres: 60s, 70s, 80s, Rock & Roll
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