Soho Garden is the only place you’ll need to be this Thursday night, 7TH November, with popular disco giant, Glitterbox making a return to the venue and Code Club bringing you the amazing Guy Gerber and Berlin-based band, Gheist.
Glitterbox Is Back After A Sell Out Event
Last month’s Glitterbox event at Soho Garden sold out pretty quickly, so if you were one of the unlucky ones who didn’t get to experience the disco extravaganza, then now’s your chance. One of the most in-demand party brands of our time, Glitterbox knows how to do it right. They’ve got the music, the glitter, the vibes and of course, some ridiculously big sparkly balls. The artist line up for the night is immense (as always) and this time they’re bringing you the legendary Mousse T as well as The Shapeshifters and Simon Dunmore.
Adam Gracas will also be supporting on the night. Does this sound like your kind of party? Of course it does; Glitterbox is one of the best around. It all kicks off at 10:00pm until 3am. For reservations, call: +971 523 888849 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Party On At Code Club
Not one to let Glitterbox steal all the glory, Code Club is also going BIG on Thursday night with an equally amazing line up of awesome artists.
Guy Gerber is guaranteed to bring some EDM insanity to the club with his endless abilities on the decks. The respected music producer takes influences from all genres and has collaborated with likes of hip-hop royalty, Puff Daddy, toured some of the world’s best venues including Pasha and had a heavy impact on the underground music scene too. Don’t miss him this Thursday at Code.
Berlin based band, Gheist are also gracing the club this Thursday. The band has seen a meteoric rise to success over the last few years and that’s thanks to the talented way they mix progressive sounds with deep house and techno. Party-goers will be blown away on the dance floor by this impressive live group.
For reservations, call: +971 523 888849 or email: email@example.com.
Soho Garden is located at Meydan Racecourse Grandstand, Dubai.
By Rhiannon Haines