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Tribes: World Peace Party - Make Love Not War

Tribes Club

Saturday 16 February 2019 - 1:00pm until
Sunday 17 February 2019 - 5:00am

Tribes: World Peace Party - Make Love Not War

The London Loft Party & The Cause presents



As we step into another year, with cultures, Countries and sections of society more divided than ever, Tribes returns with a huge Valentines party aimed to celebrate love, respect and World Peace, breaking down the walls, taking away the barriers and showing the world we can dance in unity.

Bringing various strands of dance music together, we have dug deeper underground, with artists of all beliefs, sexes, sexuality and corners of the world; Tokyo, Moscow, Chicago, Frankfurt, Berlin, Ireland, Uruguay, Spain, New Zealand and more.

Panorama Bar gave birth to the legendary and mysterious trio Italojohnson who headline our main room with a three hour set.

One of the greatest ever house music producers Chez Damier plays 3 hours in The Garage for his first London show in 3 years. Originally from Chicago, Chez set up fabled Detroit nightclub The Music Institute with Derrick May and Alton Miller, looked after Kevin Saunderson’s KMS label and helped countless producers get a start in the game. Listen to him play b2b with Kerri Chandler at the last ever Southport Weekender here:

In our heated tent, inspired by Romania's Sunwaves, we have two of the festival's previous guests, Vlada, a former resident of Russia's notorious Arma17 plays alongside one of Spain's fastest rising stars, Julian Perez.

Grow sees Solis bring the sound of Frankfurt to London with Robert Johnson residents Markus Sommer and Phil Evans, plus an extended set from Uruguay's Omar who stole the show at Houghton Festival last year and co-produced the 'Auf Wiedersehen' EP with Nicolas Lutz on his label 'My Own Jupiter'.

ReviveHer take over the warehouse with a live show from Ireland's Space Dimension Controller alongside Gonno, an integral part of the current wave of house and techno in Japan.

Meanwhile, East London drag pioneer Bimini-Bon Boulash hosts The Barber Shop dedicated to the very best female, transvestite and gay talent London has to offer playing disco, 80's, boogie and more.

Prepare to embrace new sounds, new friends, new cultures, forget about the outside world and get lost in 16 hours of pure escapism.

Together, we dance as one x