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More From Trader’s Vic: Afrobeats Summer Edition

Trader Vic’s are synonymous for hosting some of the most exhilarating events and have quickly become popular within the industry as well as the general social scene. This year, the exemplary bar and restaurant chain introduce a diverse sequence to their already popular seasonal Series, Trader Vic’s presents… Afrobeats The Summer Edition taking place on Friday 11th August.

Located within London Hilton on Park Lane, the social affair will be the first event of its kind at the iconic chain.  It will feature a line-up of UK’s most esteemed Afrobeats artists including MOBO nominee SILVASTONE, pop princess Vicky Sola and Afro-group New Age Muzik with special appearance from the man behind some of the biggest afrobeat hits in most recent years, DJ and producer sensation, Juls. The occasion will be hosted by none other than Capital Xtra’s DJ Abrantee and music provided by DJ Moses Midas of BBC 1xtra.

‘This event is a fantastic opportunity to not only show the world the great sounds coming out of the African continent but also to pervade the vastly growing genre to a new demographic. Afrobeats is the fresh phenomenon taking the world by storm and we’re excited to experience it live here at Trader Vic’s.

– Yvonne Ottley, Marketing and Communications Manager, London Hilton Park Lane

The occasion will offer more than just electric music and buzzing atmosphere, the social affair is set to be one to remember with Trader Vic’s signature tropical cocktails and cuisine, photo booth and other fun amenities. For more information and to book your place click here.


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Press Release by CDPR

Ama Badu
For reviews, premiers and red carpet events on the Afro-British scene, Ama is your go-to blogger. With an analytical mind and articulate pen, she hopes to write articles that will get Africa (and indeed the world) discussing “real” issues and tangible solutions.
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