Top 5 August Summer Daytime Parties You’d Be Silly To Miss!
FEAST at 93 Feet East, Brick Lane – 19th August
The promoters have brought their event back by popular demand; it was a long-standing residency at 93 Feet East and is well worth sinking your teeth into! As a daytime party with a great soundtrack from 1pm-1am, expect sunshine vibes and high quality house music from some of London’s most exciting DJs – No Artificial Colours and Jesse James.
Known for their cracking parties and free flowing, no attitude atmosphere, the team are thrilled to return to their favourite East End venue in Brick Lane.
This venue is where the FEAST family came together and created new friendships as well as magical party vibes, so this return will be much of the same. Heading it all up are No Artificial Colours, who had absolutely no problems fitting in with the FEAST vibe on previous occasions and will be a sure bet to get that d&b audio sound system rocking once again. Having released on essential labels like Kerri Chandler’s MadTech and the unstoppable PMR they are right at the top of their game.
12inch Summer Terrace Party at Styx, Tottenham – 19th August
Decisions are tough but must be made! Another solid option for this date is 12inch’s disco bonanza with Crazy P’s Ron Basejam and belly tickler Bill Brewster, spread across the main room and huge outdoor terrace at Styx, with a hefty extra sound system brought in for good measure. Ron Basejam AKA Jim Baron is the co-founder of Crazy P. He’s ranked in the top 5 current Disco producers in the world by Traxsource, and he’s heading 12inch’s way to really spice things up. With releases on Futureboogie, Wolf Music, Midnight Riot and many more – Ron is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer at the top of his game who will undoubtedly tear your socks clean off.
One minute Bill Brewster is blowing the roof off at Fabric with his tough and funky big-room underground house; the next he’s charming the pants off a more intimate crowd with everything from dubby disco and funk, to hip-hop and latin. Fully loaded with a sense of occasion that few DJs possess, Bill knows how to work a crowd in the best possible sense.
Chicken N Beer: Hip Hop Rooftop Party, Magic Roundabout – 26th August
Located in the middle of Old Street, The Magic Roundabout is a cool outdoor venue with food stalls and an excellent sound system. Chicken is a central theme with this party as the promoters offer FREE CHICKEN BEFORE 6pm! What a USP! The food available is top notch – White Men Can’t Jerk bring the bold flavour combinations with their love of all things Caribbean – signature Jerk Chicken, Jerk Bean Burgers and Halloumi will test your taste buds. Burger Bear is also serving up succulent burgers and, assisted by the Chicken N Beer DJs expect solid Hip Hop vibes throughout.
ByDayBy Night Bank Holiday Rooftop Party @ Prince of Wales Brixton – 26th August
ByDay ByNight are now very established London party planners who take in the sunshine during the day, and then keep the heat going right through dusk to the moonlight sets in their spiritual home, The Prince of Wales in Brixton. With an expansive rooftop terrace that holds 3-400 people and the option of a few different rooms inside the venue it is without doubt one of the standout venues in South London. The promoters always attract a bubbly crowd and boast a stellar soundtrack to match. Expect 14 hours of the best beats around..
This time they welcome Mella Dee and Hubie Davison down for their debut sets.
Both artists had a massive 2016, with Hubie’s ‘Sanctified’ hands down one of the summers biggest festival anthems! Mella Dee will be on fire in the main room, notorious for big room techno released on Dusky’s ’17 steps’.
London’s own Jive Talk also grace the decks in what will be a sultry house and disco set to rival the very best in the capital; this duo will make you smile and dance with their classy cuts.
The two rooftop terraces and rum shack cocktail bar have been newly refurbished, in addition to a Caribbean BBQ which will be sizzling to the late evening. House & Disco rhythms are the backdrop to the sunset, led by deeper underground sounds in the night in the main club which has also gone through a major production upgrade!
History of Disco Festival @ Oval Space – 12th August
Oval Space is always a main contender in East London. A lesson in the History of those Love Makin’, Funk Poppin’ and Booty Shakin’ Disco sounds comin’ right at cha! For one Day and Night only in the heart of East London at the proper groovy warehouse space they celebrate all things DISCO! Come Dress up in your DISCO gear and get down!
For one Day and Night they bring you a very special event, a super groovy showdown of everything Disco from right at the beginning in the mid 70’s to the resurgent scene right now! It’s long been said that the one genre we all have a space in our hearts for is Disco music; the emotion, the groove, the excitement, the passion that exuberates right through from the bass guitar to the lead vocals to the dance floor. We need it in our life and this is a party that celebrates the legacy, the supremacy and the History of DISCO music.
Headlining with his fresh take on the Disco sound is world renowned Hacienda legend GREG WILSON and his new series and good friends Credit to the Edit which celebrates the Edit/Remix/Re-Rub of Disco, Soul, RnB, Jazz & Hip-Hop Tracks. We then have Chicago legend and self-confessed party animal Jamie 3.26 coming down for a special 3 Hour set where he will be digging through the vaults to remind us how important the Chicago, Philidalphia, New York, Detroit and USA have been in bringing the Disco sound to the fore.