Oval Space x The Pickle Factory NYE with Gilles Peterson, Dan Shake, Henry Wu, Nu Guinea & More

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Oval Space and The Pickle Factory join forces for a NYE double-venue party, commemorating the end of the decade with some of the finest selectors from around the globe.

In Oval Space, who better to dance into the 2020's with than Gilles Peterson? A true titan of the UK's musical landscape over the past four decades, the founder of Brownswood, Worldwide FM and We Out Here but to name a few needs little introduction or hype, so instead we'll let his 30,000 + strong record collection and impeccable taste do the talking. Behind the decks, he's joined by Yussef Kamaal co-founder Henry Wu and long-standing Brilliant Corners programmer Donna Leake. On the live front, Napoli's dynamo duo Nu Guinea perform a DJ & Live Keys set, plus afrobeat pioneer Dele Sosimi presents his live collaboration with Medlar for the first time on the big stage.

Across the road at The Pickle Factory, Dan Shake plays for an unprecedented 6-hours. Famously the first person outside of Detroit to release on Moodymann's Mahogani Music, since then Dan's spring-boarded onto dancefloors around the world, delighting with his masterful blend of house music sensibility and Paradise Garage groove. He's joined by fast-rising London DJ duo Champagne Funk.

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Oval Space:
Gilles Peterson
Henry Wu
Nu Guinea (DJ + Live Keys)
Dele Sosimi x Medlar Live
Donna Leake

The Pickle Factory:
Dan Shake (6 Hour Set)
Champagne Funk

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As part of our commitment to go single use plastic free at The Pickle Factory, a £1 'Green Tax' is added to the price of each ticket. This goes towards biodegradable cups, combustible waste providers to dispose of the cups in an eco-friendly facility, added cleaning costs and biodegradable wristbands. Any remaining money from your Green Tax will be donated to organisations fighting for a greener future.

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Admission to The Pickle Factory is at management's sole discretion, pre-purchased tickets do not guarantee entry. If entry is refused to a ticket holder you can obtain a full refund (minus booking fee) by contacting Oval Space after the event.

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