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MZANSI NYC meets DANCE RITUAL

  • System

    32-10 37th AVENUE, Long Island City, NY (map)

    40.754154 -73.930183

  • Friday, March 15, 2013
    10:00pm until 4:00am

    “We’re gonna need a bigger boat…”

    One year ago, over 800 people crowded into The Sullivan Room to experience the biggest names in the South African House movement… this year, we kick it up a notch, with a bigger space, the best sound system in New York City, and very special guests Louie and Anané Vega!!!

    Friday, March 15th 2013
    MZANSI NYC meets DANCE RITUAL
    Featuring

    F.eU (FRESH & EUPHONIK)
    LOUIE VEGA
    ANANÉ VEGA
    CULOE DE SONG
    and BLACK COFFEE

    Club System
    [masked]th Avenue
    Long Island City, NY 11101
    (between 32nd and 33rd Streets)
    10pm-4am

    General Admission at the door: $40
    Reduced Admission Pre-Sale tickets, VIP and Platinum Packages available now at wantickets.com:
    www.wantickets.com/MzansiNYCmeetsDanceRitual

    About System Dance Club: Voted #1 Sound System by TimeOut New York!!!
    “With a name like that, the nightclub had better have a more-than-credible sonic boom, and it does: Installed by audio-industry lifer Craig "Shorty" Bernabeu (who has also worked with Twilo and Montreal's Stereo) and his Systems by Shorty firm, the speakers rock the dance floor with authoritative power.“ –Bruce Tantum, TimeOut New York

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    www.systemsbyshorty.com

    Facebook:
    www.facebook.com/LikeDiversecityMusic
    www.facebook.com/feudj
    www.facebook.com/lablackcoffee
    www.facebook.com/LittleLouieVega
    www.facebook.com/SystemNightclubNY

    Twitter:
    www.twitter.com/DiverseCity_DCM
    www.twitter.com/FeUDJ
    www.twitter.com/RealBlackCoffee
    www.twitter.com/nuyoricansoul
    www.twitter.com/System_NY

    Additional websites:
    www.diversecitymusic.com
    www.soulisticmusic.com
    www.vegarecords.net
    www.ananesworld.com
    www.feu.co.za

    For more information: [masked]

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