Soca Dancehall Reggae XXL the Unruly Summer experi


Friday 17th November 2017


Prescription nightclub is bringing you the Unruly Summer experience! We’re kicking off the season BIG and in style, setting the tone for an UNRULY SUMMER! DJ’s will be spinning the hottest in Dancehall, Reggae and Soca! Wickedest vibes with Sydney’s Unruliest DJ’s Fasmwa & Naiki plus guests! The XXL experience means that you can unleash your unruly behaviour, Wukkup, Wine, Twerk….Show off your latest dancehall moves… the hits will be pumpin one after the other so prepare to sweat…As usual #nostandingjustdancing

Live: DJ Fasmwa Deejay Naiki & Ginga Me!

DJs: Fasmwa Naiki

Performances: Ginga Mi 'Ama Ryliss'

Tickets: $17

Time: 10pm - 3am


XXL will feature:

• The biggest jams that will be this summers sound track: https://soundcloud.com/dj-fasmwa/caribbean-mix-2017
• Sydney’s finest Caribbean DJ’s - DJ NAIKI | DJ FASMWA
• Summer Treats
• Dancers /entertainers

XXL stands for extra extra large, so be sure to tun up de ting, bring your crews, bring your extra vibes and celebrate XXL style!

Dress: Casual summer wear means short pants, singlets, sunnies and swim wear if you are brave, and a summer smile!
Ticket price: $17 presold / $20 at the door

DJs:
★ DJ FASMWA – One of Australia’s best Caribbean DJs and 2016 International Soca DJ competition finalist. Hailing from the little known Caribbean nation of Suriname, DJ FASMWA is a passionate advocate of Caribbean music. An original DJ from SpinDMusic, his skills have seen him play across Australia and internationally in Europe and the Caribbean. One of Prescription night-club’s resident DJs and Bondi Beach radio DJ.

★ DJ NAIKI – (Japan) – Chiefrockers. One of Sydney’s most sought after DJ’s . Hailing from Iwate, Japan, also renowned for the Jazzy Sport label, DJ Naiki has been behind the turntables for over 25 years. While Naiki is internationally known as a Hip Hop DJ, his vast experience and interest in Reggae dancehall also allows him to select some of the best tunes from the Caribbean.










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Last Update: 2017-11-06




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