The UK trio will return to action with a DJ set at London's Lightbox in September.
Making a mainstream impact in 2002 with their debut album and Grammy-winning single "Days Go By," Dirty Vegas' 2004 sophomore effort received mixed reviews, leading to the group separating and focusing on separate projects. Marking their studio return earlier this year with a series of 12-inches for UK behemoth Toolroom Records, the group have again been cutting their teeth on the live circuit this summer, including coveted spots at Miami's WMC and Glastonbury.
Taking place on Friday September 4th, Dirty Vegas' headlining slot at Glory Hole's forthcoming night precedes a slew of dates in Europe and Asia, and promises "4-deck madness from Ben & Paul Harris with special dubs of their hits, with live vocals and percussion from Steve Smith." Joining them on the night will be the Fish Don't Dance DJs and Glory Hole residents Tony Pony, S.A.M and Tim Park.
Tickets for the Glory Hole party are available to purchase directly through RA Tickets.