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Shabba Dabba Da NYE 2010


“Coolest club night in London” iD Magazine

As the smoke clears and recessionistas search for the newest hot-spot, Shabba-Dabba-Da gears London up for a boom-time party like no other! A Warholian interpretation of utopian enclave! Imagine the Blitz vs Studio 54– with Jacuzzis!

Never ones to shy away from a massive party, Shabba Dabba Da has been bringing it all year with 7 huge nights. Each and every one more opulent, decadent and outrageous than the last.

How to top off such an amazing year? With a New Year’s Eve party, the likes of which the capital has never seen before!

We will be bringing the madness back to the Avalon Bar, but this time we are putting it all on show! With an all star cabaret of our favourites DJs and performers as well as some brand new shiny faces the bar will be lit up like you would not believe.

Forget what you thought you knew about Shabba Dabba Da, this New Year’s Eve is going to melt your soul!

For the uninitiated and virginal, here is a breakdown of what to expect from our glittering lineup of DJs…


Jodie isTHE fashionista’s DJ. She has performed her House and Electro sets everywhere from Pacha, alongside The Swedish House Mafia to Glastonbury and has even done mixes for Pete Tong’s ‘In New Music we Trust’ show on Radio 1. Draped in some of the hottest new designers Jodie is fast becoming a London Fashion Week regular, having appeared on the runway for both Emma Bell and Naomi Campbell. Expect her to set the night on fire, making you dance whether you want to or not!


There is so much to say about Larry Tee: he coined the term Electroclash, he has worked closely with Peaches, Fischerspooner Princess Superstar, Santigold, even Perez Hilton and he has been at the forefront of the club scene for over 20 years. But most importantly he is a Shabba Dabba Da favourite. So what more do you need to know?


If you like your bass lines heavy and eclectic, Fake Rolex are most definitely for you. As North London’s newest DJ/MC double act, Buster Bennet and Offkey bring you a truly innovative mix of live electronics and improvised vocals producing an unique live act which pushes the frontier of bass music forward.


Luke has been big on the modelling scene since he got his first Dazed and Confused cover back in 2007. Since then he has modelled for everyone from Marc by Marc Jacobs to Juicy Couture. He now has the honour of being Shabba Dabba Da’s newest resident DJ.


Fashion muse Munroe has been involved in some of the hottest new nights in London including HAUTE and OMFG! She is also a Shabba Dabba Da Resident DJ, whose Pop and R&B sets are guaranteed to get you moving.


Performing a live show especially for NYE – A look back at some of the iconic tracks that made NIYI the pin up kid of Nu-Rave and also his brand new material never before showcased in London. Going to be a performance to remember !


New kid on the block Whippy has already made a big impact with his weekly party ‘Your Mum’s House’ and his DJ sets are a mashup of Electro/Fidget/Dubstep/Pop/80’s/90’s. So something for everyone, yeah?


Model Alex Prinz and SDD Resident Maximus Crown have teamed up to form a DJ double act fit for a Queen. Currently generating a big buzz around London, catch them before they get too huge!


From fronting creative design agencies, writing Ribbed Magazine to being respected DJs and producers in their own right, Tim Hilton and Lillica Libertine are some of the hardest working Djs around. They will be sweating it out in the Avalon Sauna bringing some serious Electro to the party.


Presenting Shabbavision! The brain child of utopian futurist agent provocateurs K-Tron and LaRich, this live installation will leave you questioning everything you hold dear. Expect some world view shifting live art and visuals.

Brought to you by.

Darragh O’Meachair

Buster Bennett

Daniel Lismore

Larry Tee

Filmed by —

Basement Films

Boomer Boost

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