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ElectronicSessions - Mar 9 - Brixton Jamm - HENRY SAIZ

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[b]ElectronicSessions 7th Birthday
Saturday March 9th 2012
Brixton Jamm
10pm - 6am[/b]


Golden Flame
Temple Pier
Victoria Embankment
5.45pm - 9.45pm[/i]


[b]CLUB - Over 2 rooms[/b]

Sam Hedworth & Darren Lee Fenton
DJ Tribe
Shaun Kay
Jack Sumpter
Danni Mac
Hues Sandy
Olly Holmes
Lee Yeomans

[b]Boat - Over 2 decks[/b]

JOZEF K (Sankeys)
Joe Varni
Danni Mac
Wayne Calita
Si Pisani
Michael Mitch
Henry Boon



Club Early bird - £13
Club Standard - £15
Club VIP (Limited availability) - £25

Club + Boat tickets (inc free coach) - £25
Boat Only - £20

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It is now nearly 7 years since ES came onto the scene in London and has been at the forefront of clubbing in the capital ever since. We would like to think that over this period of time we have given many clubbers and Dj's some fantastic memories along the way and long may it continue. It all kicked off back in 2006 at the SE1 club in London, and from there, on to a number of venues across the capital including the Ministry of Sound and the famous boat parties. The boat parties have been running on a monthly basis for the past 7 years and we are proud to of sold out virtually every ES event in London & Ibiza, as well as handing a number of high profile Dj's their UK and London debuts.

For the 7th birthday however, we felt it was fitting that we went back onto dry land to host this special event at Brixton's Jamm. This is a venue that delivers on every level, with 2 massive funktion 1 sound systems, and that has played host to some of the biggest and best artists around in the last year alone, whether it is live music or Djs, on top of hosting all of the Brixton Academy after parties. Artists to perform at Jamm in the past year include Pete Doherty, Massive Attack, Orbital, MGMT, Groove Armada and the Basement Jaxx to name a few!

Musically, we felt that it was only right we put on one of the best Progressive line ups imaginable, a sound that has been synonymous of our brand over the past 7 years. Who better to invite down than three Djs that really are at the top of their game....HENRY SAIZ, JEREMY OLANDER and CHRIS MALINCHAK. Come down on March 9th to what will be a very special party, celebrating 7 years in style at one of the best venues in town!



This is Henry's debut on the ES turntables, and what better way to start than our 7th birthday!!!



This will be the second time Jeremy has played for us in the space of a year! back by popular demand after his fantastic set on the September boat party we will make sure he gets a good welcome yet again.



We at ElectronicSessions are absolutely delighted that Chris will be making his UK and London debut on the 9th March, and this is promising to be a massive year for him with more and more top releases scheduled for 2013. Make sure you come and check Chris out in what will be a very special appearance.


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We are now onto our 4th and final ElectronicSessions coach for transfers from the boat party to Brixton Jamm for our 7th Birthday celebrations...

We really cant wait for this!

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