Mi-Soul recommends 5 great events to head to, this coming weekend…
Taking advantage of the late summer sun we’ll be starting The Date’s Outdoor Disco at The Magic Roundabout at 4pm, so make those excuses, book the dentist or just bunk off early. Running until 11pm you’ll enjoy plenty of the best disco old and new, classic to underground. They have the tasty Burger Bear on site as well so come straight from work and beat the queue to make sure you get in. Forget the Northern Line it’s DISCO time.
Danny Krivit, Nicky Siano, Greg Wilson, Danny Wang, Maurice Fulton, Horse Meat Disco, Joey Negro, Rahaan, Late Nite Tuff Guy & Kenny Carpenter
4pm – 11pm
Old St, EC1Y 1BE
Entrance is in the subway of Old St tube station.
Pig&Rig presents ‘Reggae n That’ – an all day summer showcase celebrating the rich history & diversity of reggae. From Studio 1 originals to current producers & releases, ska & rocksteady to heavy roots & hypnotic dub they’ll be no corner untouched! With an exceptional line up this is event is not to be missed.
Dub Organiser Sound system
Feat: Keith Lawrence & Stu Tolhurst
Pop Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ
6MS launch their first jaunt on the Old Father Thames. After a number of gentle shoves, arm twisting, threats and offers of undisclosed amounts of cash we’ve finally decided to launch our own boat party. We’d be mighty pleased if you’d come and join us aboard the Golden Sunrise and party to some mighty fine disco/soul/jazz/funk/
Golden Sunrise, Temple Pier
Facebook | Tickets £20
Rampage Sound are joining a plethora of artists, DJs and entertainers over on the Isle of White for Bestival this weekend. Catch them keeping the vibes of Carnival alive on the aptly named Carnival Stage.
If you fancy squeezing out the last of the ‘al fresco’ party, Mi-Soul’s Femi Fem joins Omar and more at Lounge On The Lake Festival this coming Sunday. Based in Hertfordshire this could be the only way to end the weekend, apart from heading to the Mi-Soul takeover on Southbank (2-6pm) of course!