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Waze & Odyssey and Dinky on Saturday 30th June 2018
Waze & Odyssey [Street Tracks]
Dinky [Panorama Bar/Crosstown Rebels]
Liem Jay [Shut The Front Door]
Your Summer begins here…
Forgot London, you’re in Miami. Lose yourself to dance as Heatwave takes you through a hedonistic 12-hour journey of house & disco goodness featuring some incredible headline DJs!
Following on from the sold out launch series in 2017 featuring the likes of Eli & Fur, The 2 Bears, Ben Pearce + lots more, Heatwave Brixton returns for it’s monthly residency at Brixton Jamm. Utilising the terrace by day before delving deeper into two club rooms at night, this is a 12-hour session not to be missed.
Joining us in June will be the label bosses of Street Tracks (TBA) alongside Panorama Bar’s Dinky who has seen prolific releases on Berghain inprint Ostgut Ton, Jamie Jones’ label Crosstown Rebels, Cocoon, Visionquest + lots more. The 2018 series will once again focus on feel good house & disco music with some carefully hand-picked talent as well as glitz & glam, street food & Summer cocktails.
Experience the Heatwave, we are expecting this to sell out quickly!
♥ Waze & Odyssey (Street Tracks)
♥ Dinky (Panorama Bar/Ostgut Ton/Crosstown Rebels)
♥ Liem Jay [Shut The Front Door]
Room 2 - Casamara Takeover:
♥ Parker | Venser | Kristian and Dom Bowen | Dj RickyB
♥ Beggsy | Beau-In turn | Raw shellac
- Terrace BBQ
- Glitter & sparkles station
- Sunkissed house & disco Music
- Summer cocktails
- Heatwave visuals
- 12 Hours of dancing
Strictly over 18's only. ID required for entry. Tickets guarantee entry before midnight only. Tickets are non-transferable. R.O.A.R. Re-Entry is discretionary.
Music Genres: House
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