Clash Autumn Party ft. MistaJam, Teef, LRO, Klepto DJ + more... on Friday 2nd November 2018
After throwing a series of events within Camden's iconic KOKO venue, CLASH is returning with a crop of our current musical faves to put on a special party in association with Vero True Social.
Once again, we'll be taking over the private upper floor of the venue, hosting an intimate party alongside the main room where BBC Radio 1 tastemaker MistaJam will be combining the biggest mainstream club bangers with the hits of the future into another legendary set.
It's taking place on Friday 2nd November, and you can be there too with access to main room and our private event.
Upstairs in KOKO we welcome back Teef presents 'DO WHAT YOU WANT', an inclusive party that encourages attendees to be comfortable in their own skin. This is a strictly 'no dress code' event, so anything goes - fancy dress, cross dress, casual, super sexy, glam - but just don't expect your kicks to come out clean. Alongside host Teef, Klepto DJ will be going B2B with LRO. It'll be a night to remember, with a free bar running whilst stocks last.
We have 200 free tickets for this event only. Securing Clash ticket gets you entry to the main room with MistaJam and the private party.
To guarantee entry for the main room MistaJam event alone you can also purchase advance tickets now here. Please note this will not provide access to the private party in the gallery without ticket secured via link above.
1A Camden High St,
Kings Cross, NW1 7JE
Standard admission tickets to KOKO can also be purchased direct here, but this will not secure entry to the Clash Autumn private party in the gallery.
10pm - 2.30am, Friday November 2nd
The event is 18+ and ID will be required for all attendees.
We have 200 free tickets for this event only.
Music Genres: Grime, Hip Hop, House, Pop, R&B
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