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Lumo – our new club night for dancing people is kicking off next week

Lumo – our new club night for dancing people is kicking off next week


With the closure of the Twisted Pepper and with club nights moving towards larger venues with international-featuring guests, and every week, seemingly bringing yet another house and techno night, the time feels right to try something different. To take it back to the basics.

Good tunes. Good people. A small room. A disco ball. A lot of dancing. No distractions.

Lumo is a new monthly club night brought to you by Nialler9, State Magazine’s Simon Roche and Adultrock’s Gavin Elsted that’s kicking off on Friday October 30th (and then Saturday November 21st and Saturday December 12th) in Bar Tengu behind Yamamori Sushi on Great Strand Street (near Hapenny Bridge, beside the Grand Social). The early birds are gone for next Friday but there will be tickets on the door on the night from 10pm.

It’s a dancing club, that is you go to have a dance, not to hang out in the smoking area or another bar off the side. There are no distractions except a good soundsystem, a decent bar and DJs in the corner playing classics and curveballs. It’s club night where you will dance with friends not just face the DJ.

It is a club night where you will hear Phil Collins and Caribou; a club night where you will hear The Knife and Paul McCartney; A club night where you will hear Inner City and Grimes. A club night with no restrictions, except for great tunes for dancing.

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