TROPICALISTA THAMES BOAT PARTY

DATE:
6 July 2013

LOCATION:
Dutch Master, Tower Millenium Pier (Tube: Tower Hill)

TROPICALISTA THAMES BOAT PARTY

TROPICALISTA THAMES BOAT PARTY
Saturday 6th July 2013
On the Dutch Master/ Tower Pier

Boarding time: 8.30pm / Return: 1am/ Tickets £16

From: Tower Pier (Tube: Tower Hill)

Tickets: Ticketweb Tel: 08700 600 100 or online: www.ticketweb.co.uk

For one night London’s leading Latin club-nights Batmacumba // Arriba La Cumbia // Movimientos join forces for one of the highlights of London’s summer calendar. A four hour Latin, Brazilian, Global, Ghetto bass, Tropical cruise down the Thames to a little-known delta where a long forgotten tributary of the Amazon cuts an intersection with London’s mighty river for what is always a truly hot, sweaty carnivalistic sell-out affair.

Our boat for the evening, the Dutch Master, offers a fully licensed bar, a spacious teak covered dance-floor and two large open-decks to enjoy London’s floodlit bridges and buildings - as well as the best sounds from the Latin underground... Taking in the sites of London town along the way, the musical soundtrack is provided by the pioneers of the city’s tropical movement:

DJ Cliffy (Batmacumba)
will be playing his unique mix of sassy sambas, favela funk and vintage vinyl plus a mind-blowing selection of new Brazilian bangers from techno-brega to baile funk mash-ups. www.facebook.com/batmacumba.london

Russ Jones aka the Hackney Globe Trotter
brings the red hot vibe of his twisted Colombian, Cumbia, Chicha party Arriba La Cumbia mixed up wth the biggest club bangers for an ‘Around the world in eighty ways’ essential club mix-up, mash-up. www.facebook.com/HackneyGT

Cal Jader & Arias (Movimientos) spearhead the new Latin and Tropical underground sounds in London their sets mix Salsa, Cumbia and Merengue with Urban Latin beats with Hip Hop, Ska and Reggae, alongside the freshest Tropical bass and global sounds. www.facebook.com/MovimientosUK

Saturday 6th July 2013
On the Dutch Master/ Tower Pier
Boarding time: 8.30pm / Return: 1am/ Tickets £16
From: Tower Pier, Tower Millenium Pier (Tube: Tower Hill)
Tickets: Ticketweb Tel: 08700 600 100 or online: www.ticketweb.co.uk

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