Friday, 5 August 2011

mulletover & Black Rabbit @ Notting Hill Carnival

Black Rabbit Notting Hill Carnival 2011
Monday 29th August
BLACK RABBIT + MULLETOVER Their infamous carnival parties at the Pelican Pub have now moved to a bigger, better venue – with a garden! The Garden Bar (formally known as The Station) will be host to this years events as the rabbits welcome a HandsOnDecks showcase plus and long overdue Team up with London’s best club night Mulletover as well as announcing a brand new charity ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life’

ADDRESS – 41 Bramley Road, Notting Hill, W10 6SZ
TIME – 2PM – 1AM
COST – Limited £8 early bird / £10 advance / £15 on the door
Guy Williams
Franc Bombard
Clive Henry
More guests TBA

With a newly revamped venue Black Rabbit are taking things to the next level this Notting Hill Carnival throwing a 2-day bender Black Rabbit party and have asked some cracking guests to join in the fun.
 Monday 29th sees the rabbits teaming up with London’s favourite club night Mulletover and their resident and co promoter Geddes leads the way with Black Rabbits Bones and Guy welcoming Horse Meets Discos Severino, D.R.W aka Dan Williams who’s killer track is soon to be released on Jamie Jones Hot Waves label, Jozif who’s releases on Wolf & Lamb and his Electronic underground sound will blow the roof off, DC10 resident and a Black Rabbit favourite Clive Henry and Franck Bombard selections of carnival classics PLUS more guests TBA – now this is something that you don’t get in West London every day!
 Also doing their bit for charity they are announcing a brand new charity at this year’s carnival party. The Foundation Last Night A DJ Saved My Life has been set up to harness the global dance industry and encourage DJs, clubbers, record labels, promoters and fans worldwide to work together to raise awareness and essential funds for a number of international charity partners and good causes.

“We are delighted to be working with the LNADJ Foundation”, says Black Rabbit’s Guy Williams and Kelly Love, “and we will be looking to work very closely with LNADJ to raise some significant funds for charity. With the exciting new venue for this year’s event and with such great names playing, we think this will be the best year yet”
Fundraising plans at the event include a raffle with every ticket brought and bucket collections courtesy of a number of LNADJ ‘angels’ on site and online donations.
 Partygoers are encouraged to go to the to find out more about the Foundation and how to get involved.
This is going to be one hell of a Black Rabbit weekend bender and tickets will be selling like hot cakes so make sure you get yours in advance in ensure entry.

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