Thursday, 21 July 2011
Soul Buggin' goes to the beach...
Slashing down with rain while freezing your tits off - hurrah for the British summertime! You gotta love it. Well, not really but hold your horses all is not lost just yet. For those that can't afford to sod off abroad and are stuck here with us in blighty a slice of pure tropicana is coming right here to Nottingham this summer. A few years back the council realised that the majority of sausage roll munching folk in Nottingham were lazy gits who couldn't be bothered to go to the beach so in a stroke of genius they hatched a plan that was as bonkers as it was brilliant. Why go to the beach when the beach can be brought to you? Cue a shed load of sand, a real fun fair, ice cream shop and fully licensed beach bar dumped in our very own market square for the summer.
Coconut Joe's is the beach bar situated slap bang by the Council building and over the next few months they are hosting some great little nights. Below are a few dates when us Soul Buggers will be playing outside in the bar (including Saturday 30th July where we'll be using it as our pre-party with Mark Rayner from Wild Honey before our main session with Bill Brewster at Moog). Check out some of the other dates too where many of our friends will be playing.
We hope to see you down by the beach for some disco flavoured sandcastle nonsense over the next few weeks.
Evenings in July
Friday 22th July - Opening night with Soul Buggin'
Saturday 23rd July - Master Man
Thursday 28 July - Siesta Project DJs
Friday 29 July - Audiophile
Saturday 30th July - Soul Buggin' pre-party with Mark Rayner (Wild Honey)
Evenings in August
Saturday 6th - Soul Buggin' / Balearic Assassins of Love
Thursday 11th - Siesta Project DJs
Friday 12th - Purple Radio
Thursday 18th - Rick Donohue
Saturday 20th - Soul Buggin'
Thursday 25th - Siesta Project DJs
Friday 26th - Myhouseyourhouse 6th Birthday Party
Posted by What the devil is Soul Buggin? at 02:49
Labels: coconut joe's market square nottingham riviera bill brewster wild honey rick donohue purple radio beach bar