SubBass Academy and Lock'N'Load Events have joined forces to give SubBass Students the chance to work with one of the UK's biggest club and event promotion companies at one of the UK's largest and most exciting festivals - South West Four (SW4).
After the amazing success of last year SubBass DJ's once again have the fantastic opportunity to perform at SW4! Taking place on August bank holiday weekend (Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th) at Clapham Common. Lock'N'Load Events is looking for talented, industrious and energetic DJ's who can promote and publicise the festival - which is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career as well as to get your name out there, especially as it is such a massive event! We have two places available at two of the main stages during the festival plus a slew of after party sets at the 103, the Loft and of course Brixton Electric! These parties are also renowned to showcase some of the world’s biggest electronic music acts.
Being able to work with Lock'N'Load Events is an incredible opportunity for any up and coming DJ and a great way to begin to form a future relationship with a major events brand behind some of the biggest events and club nights. In today’s competitive music industry DJs need to do more than just turn up with a cracking mix and a bag of tunes. DJs need to be able to get involved with events promotion and work within the industry making contacts and putting themselves in the right place at the right time.
If you want to get involved and think you’ve got what it takes to bring the party to Clapham this August then contact the studio at email@example.com for more information!
Not got your ticket yet? We have a limited number of tickets available at the studio!
Contact us for tickets on 0207 593 04354 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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