Fri, 12 Feb 2016
Arguably the greatest line-up of British DJs ever assembled...
A Guy Called Gerald
Ashley Beedle (Ashley Beedle's Warbox Outernational Meets Trojan Soundsystem... Warehouse Style!)
Dr Bob Jones
Horse Meat Disco
Low Life (Bill Brewster, Frank Broughton, Matthew & Jolyon and Michael Cook)
We will be celebrating the original and pioneering DJs (all British) and some of the classic UK clubs that paved the way for the current Disco resurgence. Arguably the greatest line-up of British DJs ever assembled, this will be a veritable who's who of pioneers, an unprecedented gathering further enhanced by some of the leading lights of the current Disco scene. List them together and it becomes a truly mouth-watering prospect...
Collectively the DJs above represent many of the most influential venues / club nights in the history of UK dance culture:
Berlin / Manchester, Blackpool Mecca, Blitz / London, Boys Own / London, Caister Soul Weekender, Central / Leeds, Cleethorpes Pier, Clouds / Preston, Crackers / London, Dee Jays / Chelmsford, Delerium / London, Demob / London, Dirtbox / London, Disco Bloodbath / London, Electric Ballroom / London, Electric Chair / Manchester, Garage / Nottingham, Goldmine / Canvey Island, Good Times / London, Hacienda / Manchester, Heavenly Social / London, Horse Meat Disco / London, Jive Turkey / Sheffield, Kinky Gerlinky / London, Lacy Lady / Ilford, Leadmill / Sheffield, Legend / Manchester, Locarno / Birmingham, Low Life / London, Mud Club / London, Optimo / Glasgow, Powerhouse / Birmingham, Pun / Liverpool, Rafters / Manchester, Ritz / Manchester, Rock City / Nottingham, Samantha's / Sheffield, Shake ‘n' Fingerpop, Shoom / London, Soul II Soul / London, Timepie
The Warehouse and Roller Disco
A Disco to Disco experience, linking the past with the present. Bringing Britain’s distinctive dance culture and DJ history to the fore by paying respect to our rich club culture and the DJs that have shaped it. Expect wall to wall dance music covering everything from 70s Funk and Disco, through early 80s Electro, Boogie, Rare Groove and onto, of course early Rave, Acid House and Balearic.
Vintage at Goodwood
Taking its lead from the Festival of Britain, there is no single focus in terms of the creative arts. The event will explore musical, fashion, film, art, design and cultural lineages and offer a glimpse of where we go from here. The Vintage site will host a fully functioning pop up High Street brimming with designer brands, bars and cafe, hands on creative workshops, a cinema, 100s of cool cars and the largest vintage clothes market ever assembled, as well as over 80 live performances alongside 85 pioneering DJs across 2 outdoor stages, 5 on-site nightclubs and roller disco..
A selection of other acts also appearing at Vintage 2010... Faces, Sandie Shaw, Earth Wind & Fire, Peter Hook and orchestra performing Joy Division's 'Unknow Pleasures', Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Martha & The Vandellas, Heaven 17, Noisettes, Buzzcocks, The Damned ,The Wailers, LeRoy Hutson, Joe Bataan, Geno Washington, Cymande II, Ann Sexton, The Rezillos, The Bees and much, much more.
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