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Baila Con Dios




Baila Con Dios returns with some of the freshest latin, tropical & carnival party beats with heavyweight selectors Mad Max, Tropical Dope, Mango Park, Culture Cuts and Movimientos' Cal Jader
DJs: Mad Max (Whomanity), Tropical Dope (Prince Fatty), Cal Jader (Movimientos), Mango Park (Lengoma), Loo Wee Gee (Culture Cuts)

Kicking off the Autumn season in fine style Baila Con Dios returns to the Lockside Lounge for some of the freshest tropical & carnival party beats, rhythms from Latin America to the Caribbean and Africa with a contemporary urban and electronic twist.

For September we welcome some of the hottest tropical selectors from around the country including Brighton's Tropical Dope formed by leading UK Reggae producers and soundsystem specialists Prince Fatty and Matt Mann. Fully armed with a dangerous selection of party tunes and specials you won't hear anywhere else - blending reggae and original dancehall vibes with Cumbia, Brazilian rhythms and Latin, Funk, Reggae, Hip Hop and Disco.

Mango Park - host of the Lengoma club night currently heating up Bristol's tropical scene - who brings a forward thinking and crowd rocking mix of Dancehall, Cumbia, Soca and Afro-Bass fresh from rocking Secret Garden Party, Boomtown and Shambala festivals this summer. And Loo Wee Gee from London's own eclectic party starters Culture Cuts fires up his immaculate tropical selections. Whilst selecta Mad Max joins host Cal Jader for a back to back session of dubwise tropical bass, carnival sounds and Latin beats.

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Facebook: http://atnd.it/15046-0

Category: Nightlife

Before 9 Free, After 9 £5
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Starts:
Saturday 27th September, 2014 @ 8:00 PM


Location:
Lockside Lounge, 75-89 West Yard, Upper Walkway, London, NW1 8AF, UK






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Los Padrinos De Salsa feat. Los Charlys Orchestra




Saturday 27th September 2014
Los Padrinos De Salsa feat. Los Charlys Orchestra
Floridita, 100 Wardour Street, London, England
Live: Los Charlys Orchestra

For the ones who still aren't aware of it, LCO is a collective run by the well respected Venezuelan producers Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel, bringing together a congregation of only the best musicians of the scene onrotation every Saturday night at their exclusive London residency Floridita.

Over the past few years LCO had produced a series of songs that have truly become modern times classics. The songs: "My Barrio & Al Ritmo Del Latin Funk" have been given the recognition by entities & personalities of thecaliber of NME, Craig Charles (BBC6), Joey Negro, Dimitri from Paris & Norman Jay in between many others due to their authenticity.

Los Charly's Orchestra have also performed at the Royal Festival Hall (Clore Ballroom), Jazz Cafe, Lovebox festival, Ibiza, Shanghai & Australia and keep they spreading their musical love around the globe.

Facebook: http://atnd.it/14087-1
Twitter: http://atnd.it/14087-2
YouTube: http://atnd.it/14087-3

General Admission: £10
Booking




Starts:
Saturday 27th September, 2014 @ 5:30 PM


Location:

Floridita, 100 Wardour Street, London, England






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Karnival Tropikal




It's carnival time in London + to get you warmed for Europe's biggest outdoor carnival Notting Hill Carnival Movimientos celebrates with a night of the sweetest tropical carnival beats @ Bedroom Bar!
DJs: Coco Maria, Molly Amiss, Sue Ryder, Joe Barnado, Marsali, IAMRISHA, Cal Jader, Movimientos, Madera Verde

It's carnival time in London and to get you warmed for Europe's biggest outdoor carnival Notting Hill Carnival Movimientos celebrates with a night of some of the sweetest tropical carnival beats from the Caribbean, Latin America and Africa. DJs including female vinyl dance floor destroyer Coco Maria flying in from Berlin, the super powered anarchic calypso vibes of the HMS Sweet Charity collective fresh from the fields of Glastonbury, Fftang Fftang's Cumbia mash up queen Marsali and the Worldwide Thing host IAMRISHA Joining Movimientos' Cal Jader and BB resident Madera Verde with the finest carnival flavours all the way through from Latin, Afro, Reggae, Ska, Cumbia, Calypso, Soca, Samba and more?

DJs
Coco Maria (Berlin)
Molly Amiss, Sue Ryder & Joe Barnado (HMS Sweet Charity)
Marsali (Fftang Fftang)
IAMRISHA (It's A Worldwide Thing)
Cal Jader (Movimientos)
Madera Verde (Stop Making Sense)

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Facebook: http://atnd.it/14181-1
Twitter: http://atnd.it/14181-2
YouTube: http://atnd.it/14181-3

CategoryP: Nightlife

Before 11pm Free, After 11pm £5
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Starts:
Saturday 23rd August, 2014 @ 9:00 PM


Location:

Bedroom Bar, Rivington Street, London, EC2A 3AY, UK






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Los padrinos de salsa featuring los cabrones




SATURDAY nights at Floridita London, featuring the finest and most established live salsa and boogaloo bands in the UK. For dining contact Floridita on 0207 314 4000 Restaurant opens from 5:30pm!
DJs: Los Cabrones

Los Cabrones

7:30pm - 1am (DJ till 3am)

Los Cabrones, a new project from the Cuban musician, Rene Alvarez (Sur Caribe, Cuban Combination, Trovatur). Paying homage to some of the best Salsa music from the last 40 years, Los Cabrones set the dancefloor alight with classics from Ray Barreto, the Fania All stars, Eddie Palmieri and more. Keeping with the ethos of La Fania, the band is comprised of some of the best musicians in the UK, all of them dedicated to the art of Salsa and boogaloo.
With a repertoire of classic 70's latin dancefloor fillers plus contemporary hits remixed with the Los Cabrones twist. The band have hit a niche and are already taking London by storm.

URLs:
Facebook: http://atnd.it/14084-1
Twitter: http://atnd.it/14084-2

General Admission: GBP 10
Booking




Starts:
Saturday 13th September, 2014 @ 5:30 PM


Location:

Floridita, 100 Wardour Street, London, England






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Smirnoff's Big Night Out




Think BIG production and BIG entertainment! Big Night Out is all about transforming your local venue to something spectacular whether it's the lasers of Ibiza or the gymnasts from the Circus. ...

Think BIG production and BIG entertainment!

Big Night Out is all about transforming your local venue to something
spectacular whether it's the lasers of Ibiza or the gymnasts from the
Circus. Big Night Out is famous for bringing you the biggest, most
spectacular club nights across the UK. Unrivaled in scope and unmatched
in scale, we always kick off in style. Join the hype now, once you go
BIG you never go back!

PRYZM: Paul Kay - EDM, House, Bassline
Disco: Dave Bailey - Party
Bar: Ardell Mafi - Deep House
Curve (Over 21s): Scottie B - Old Skool

Admission Information:
Free entry into Curve bar before 10:00pm
Last entry 1:30am

Add yourself to our guest list, or see the offers on our Facebook page.

Dress Code: Smart Dress / No trainers
Strictly Over 18s / Strictly Over 21s into Curve

Club ID Information: This club operates Scannet and so you will be required to produce ID (passport, driving licence or PASS) as a condition of entry

£9
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Los Padrinos De Salsa: featuring Los Charlys Orche




SATURDAY nights at Floridita London, featuring the finest and most established live salsa & boogaloo bands in the UK.
Live: Los Charlys Orchestra

For the ones who still aren't aware of it, LCO is a collective run by the well respected Venezuelan producers Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel, bringing together a congregation of only the best musicians of the scene onrotation every Saturday night at their exclusive London residency Floridita.

Over the past few years LCO had produced a series of songs that have truly become modern times classics. The songs: "My Barrio & Al Ritmo Del Latin Funk" have been given the recognition by entities & personalities of thecaliber of NME, Craig Charles (BBC6), Joey Negro, Dimitri from Paris & Norman Jay in between many others due to their authenticity.

Los Charly's Orchestra have also performed at the Royal Festival Hall (Clore Ballroom), Jazz Cafe, Lovebox festival, Ibiza, Shanghai & Australia and keep they spreading their musical love around the globe.

Facebook: http://atnd.it/14087-1
Twitter: http://atnd.it/14087-2
YouTube: http://atnd.it/14087-3

General Admission: £10
Booking




Starts:
Saturday 27th September, 2014 @ 5:30 PM


Location:

Floridita, 100 Wardour Street, London, England






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LITTLE HAVANA:featuring Jesus Cutino y Son De Cuba




FRIDAY nights at Floridita London: LITTLE HAVANA featuring world class musicians from international reaches such Cuba, Columbia and beyond. Restaurant opens at 5:30pm.
Live: Jesus Cutino y Son De Cuba

Hot, live, authentic bands heat up the venue to make this one of the best nights in London to come dancing to.

Entrance tickets: GBP 10 on the door subject to availability.

Buy Tickets in Advance:
http://www.floriditalondon.com/whats-on-soho/events/little-havana-featuring-jesus-cutino-y-son-de-cuba/
For dining contact Floridita on 0207 314 4000
Restaurant opens from 5:30pm.

Jesus Cutino y Son de Cuba

7:30pm - 12:00am (DJ till 3am)

The region of Oriente in the far east of the island of Cuba is renowned for its music and musicians.
It was there that the quintessentially Cuban style known as son was born. It was also in Oriente that Jesus Cutino was born thirty years ago.
After studying the tres, that tiny Cuban guitar that is the mainstay of the son sound, Jesus joined a local band called Superbanda where he honed his skills as a singer and tres player.

Jesus moved to Havana in 1995 and clinched a residency at the famous Lluvia de Oro (Rain of Gold) bar on one of the city's main drags, with the group Son de mi Terra, who specialized in traditional son, a style that suited Jesus down to the ground.

At around this time he also started to compose. In 1998 Jesus moved to London and quickly became a feature of the city's vibrant salsa scene, appearing with numerous bands including Cubanito, Conjunto Sabroso, El Equipo and Alex Wilson.

In 2003 he formed his own band, Son de Cuba, to concentrate on developing his own songs within the context of a roots acoustic son sound.

URLs:
YouTube: http://atnd.it/14074-1
Facebook: http://atnd.it/14074-2
Twitter: http://atnd.it/14074-3

General Admission: GBP 10
Booking




Starts:
Friday 5th September, 2014 @ 5:30 PM


Location:

Floridita, 100 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TN, England






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Bank Holiday sunday Latino Festival




This Bank Holiday Sunday 24th August we host a Samba Special @ Funky Buddha Mayfair. The party will be electric with Live Samba Dancers & 2-4-1 Mojitos before 11.

Tickets: http://www.xclusivetouch.co.uk/events/funkybuddha-nightclub/
This Bank Holiday Sunday 24th August we host a Samba Special @ Funky Buddha Mayfair. The party will be electric with Live Samba Dancers & 2-4-1 Mojitos before 11.

Music on the night will be presented by Dean E G, Dj Suave and Maestro one of the hottest DJ?s in town playing the finest in RnB, Funky House, Hip-Hop & Club Classics. As always our DJ's are happy to take requests so be sure to head over to the booth and ask for your special song.

Our Bank Holiday parties this year have been a massive hit with over 1,500 attendees and this upcoming party is set to be break records. The VIP White Room will be open giving guests the chance to sample a separate party within the same venue This is THE ONLY place to be come August 24th.

Entry:First 50 Ladies Free / £20 otherwise
Time:2200-0400

Dress Code: Smart and stylish. Guys must wear shoes.

Table Bookings: Table bookings come with a queue jump at the door, ladies free entrance and half price for gents. Prices may change for primarily male groups.

See our complete guide to table bookings and use our contact details below to make a booking or ask a question.

For Guestlist and Tables

Contact Event Manager Julian:
Email: Julian@xclusivetouch.co.uk
Mob: 07951246768
Telephone: 0207 734 9116
BBpin: 7B26D8C9
Twitter: @xclusivetouch

Tables Available

£500 minimum spend suitable for 8 people
£750 minimum spend suitable for 12 people
£1000 minimum spend suitable for 15 people VIP Section

Category: Nightlife

First 50 ladies free, £20 otherwise
Booking




Starts:
Sunday 24th August, 2014 @ 10:00 PM


Location:

funky buddha, 15 Berkeley St, London, W1J 8DY, UK






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