Trance Sanctuary & Friendz Sunset Boat Party on Saturday 4th August 2018
All aboard! Trance Sanctuary & Friendz once again join forces for a Sunset Boat Party along the River Thames! Having held 3 previous sell-out events, this is expected to be another busy occasion.
Headlining the boat will be someone who is synonymous with the UK Trance scene. Known for his role as Resident and Co-Promoter of Gatecrasher, Scott Bond has undergone a resurgence in recent years to become one of the most talked about homegrown talents within the scene. During the last 12 months, Scott has played at ASOT 850 Festival and has toured Australia, Japan and Thailand. He has also gained Beatport Trance Number 1s which included his and Charlie Walker’s collaboration with the supremely talented Aly & Fila titled 'Shadow'.
Whilst Scott will take centre stage on the lower deck, Dan Thompson tops the bill on the upper deck. Hailing from the South Coast, Dan has consistently been releasing quality tracks that have appeared on Armin Van Buuren’s A State of Trance label as well as Markus Schulz’s Coldharbour Recordings. We are very excited to hear his chunky Trance sound on the Boat this August. Joining Scott and Dan will be our Residents and some great local talents.
Dan Thompson (A State of Trance)
£39 Boat Party + After Party
Elevation Audio will be hosting an After Party at Protocol in Vauxhall and offering a discounted rate for guests who purchase the Boat Party + After Party combo ticket.
Lewis Duggleby Feat. Marcella Woods
Carlos De Matos
Lewis Duggleby B2B Ed Lynam (Progressive Set)
Julian ChalmersStone and Sam Laxton. For more information visit https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/London/Protocol/The-Official-Trance-Sanctuary-and-Friendz-Afterparty/13253673/
Boat Party Location
Tower Millennium Pier, Tower Hill, London
(Nearest Tube Tower Hill)
Music Genres: Prog House, Trance
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