Colonel Mustard and the Dijon 5, Barrowland, After Party at the Art School
Saturday, 22 December, 2018
After Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, Stanley Odd and Medicine Men knock it out the park at the Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 Barrowland Ballroom Glasgow gig, the official after-party will continue until 3am (Eternal) upstairs and downstairs in The Art School‘s Vic Bar and Assembly Hall with a mixture of funk, soul, live percussion, disco, hip hop, house, techno, big beat, North Lanarkshire ska and Yellow Movement.
What an incredible line-up and all for only a fiver (+BF)!
Shaka Loves You: This Glasgow duo boast a truly unique show. Effortlessly fusing elements of funk, soul, disco and hip hop with turntable trickery, tight live percussion and custom visuals, ‘SLY’ create the perfect, good times live show ON FACEBOOK.
WSHOM – We Should Hang Out More: A community for old friends to reconnect and hang out. Or for new friends to hang out… more. Each person on this page recognises the need to hang out, and hang out some more with each other so that they know each other better and can talk about more and better and cooler stuff. Disco, funk, electro, house, latin and afro. Guests representing all of the above have included: Honey Dijon, Session Victim, Tiger & Woods, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Brame and Hamo, JD Twitch, Marcus Marr, Jacques Renault and many more. Come and Hang Out More when you get the chance because We Should Hang Out More. #WSHOM
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