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Godfather of house music in one-off Cape Town set

7 Dec 2012 10:28
British DJ Pete Tong will be playing a one-off set at The Reserve, Cape Town on 4 January, 2013. Tong has been described as the godfather of house music and has a major influence on the electronic dance music genre.
G&G Productions in partnership with Samsung Galaxy Experience will be bringing in extra production elements to make this night at The Reserve an experience like no other.

Gareth Devore, marketing director of G&G Productions, said: "For one night only we will be transforming The Reserve into turbo boost, resulting in what can only be described as a sensory overload. A top Cape Town DJ line-up will deliver music to feed your soul on a night in which you'll be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get close and personal with a man whose name ranks above all the others in the house music hall of fame, Pete Tong."

Performing alongside Pete Tong on the night will be Monique Pascal, Justin Miller, Nick Supply and Gareth Devore.

Tickets are limited to 500 for the nigh. For tickets and more information, contact Jess on +27 (0) 82 339 1187), Gareth +27 (0)82 899 0103 or Justin +27 (0) 71 350 7787.

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