STOPPING off at Blackpool’s Syndicate nightclub on Saturday is the huge Cream Anthems tour, starring Rosie Romero playing alongside house stalwarts K-Klass and their DJ set.
Rosie made her Syndicate debut last year and demolished the dance floor, dropping anthem after anthem. Her music productions are continuing to storm clubs worldwide.
She has played everywhere, from Sankeys to Ministry of Sound in this country, and in over 25 other countries around the world, while she’s remixed for Zoo Brazil and labels such as Italian tech outlet 303 Lovers, and released her own sparkling original house productions on a number of labels, like Tiesto’s and Todd Terry’s.
She runs her own podcast, is sponsored by Gola, and is generally one of the brightest house prospects the UK has.
Also on the decks is K-Klass, who need no introduction. They are responsible for some of the biggest house tracks ever made, including Rhythm Is A Mystery and Let Me Show You.
Providing support will be Syndicate residents Nick Coulson and Danny Howard, delivering the biggest dance anthems from the past, present and future.
Accompanying the DJs will be the spectacular Cirque des Ames volees. Expect the unexpected, and be amazed by performances from a team of 15 record-breaking circus acts, dancers and extreme artistes.
Downstairs in ‘Jesters Arena’, Lee Watson (star of TVs Club Reps series) parties with his one-man unstoppable show, combining crazy antics with party anthems, chart hits and R&B.
Opening times 10pm to 5am. Tickets/Info: www.thesyndicate.com.