NYE 31st Dec

Hip-Hop vs Dancehall – NYE


9pm-4am 31st December 2019

Stunning Secret London EC3 Location

London’s only dedicated Hip-Hop & Dancehall NYE party across 2 rooms


DJs on the night:

Robbo Ranx

Ras Kwame (BBC 1Xtra)

Shortee Blitz (Kiss FM – Exclusive NYE Sets)

DJ Cable (BBC 1Xtra – Exclusive NYE Sets)

DJ Raskal (Hip-Hop vs Dancehall)

Teddy Lewis


1st Release: £15.00

2nd Release: £20.00

3rd Release: £25.00


VIP Table Tickets: £35.00 (groups of 4 with bottle of prosecco)




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In the last 5 years Hip-Hop vs Dancehall has become London’s most exciting party. Not only filling it’s Shoreditch home Trapeze every month but selling out the last NYE parties well in advance this year we go even bigger with a 2 room venue and an incredible line up.

For their third Hip-Hop vs Dancehall NYE party they have confirmed a heavyweight line up for London’s only dedicated bashment and rap rave.

Headlined by UK Dancehall royalty, Robbo Ranx, who will be blessing the dance with exclusives and from all of bashment’s biggest artists. He is joined by 1Xtra’s bashment don Ras Kwame who’s radio show is the most popular reggae / dancehall show in Europe. Brining the Hip-Hop heat is none other than Kiss FM legend Shortee Blitz who has been setting clubs on fire globally for over 20 years.

DJ Cable is one of the hottest DJs in the country right now who not only plays for 1xtra and Nike but can turns out any and every dance he plays. Our resident DJ Raskal is responsible for keeping this party packed every month and is sure to be doing the same as he sees in 2019. Getting things warmed up right will be the incredible Teddy Lewis who is one of the most trusted DJs in the capital and is sure to tear things up once again.

With limited early bird tickets, VIP tables with Prosecco and strictly limited capacity this party is sure to sell out well in advance so make sure you are not left out in the cold.


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