KweekWeek marks end of Battersea Power Station with one-night-only extravaganza

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As flats in the historical landmark go on sale, KweekWeek gears up for the ultimate powerhouse send-off, giving the iconic building the farewell it truly deserves.

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This May, one of the last ever events will take place inside the power station, allowing selected few to create their last memories before its redevelopment into a complex of shops, offices and flats, later this year.

The unique experience will be an evening full of surprises—nothing that has been seen before, and nothing that will ever be witnessed again. Headlining is none other than the award-winning DJ Solomun who, after a legendary first season in Ibiza with his “Diynamic Neon Nights” at Sankeys, is now taking over Luciano’s summer residency at Pacha/Ibiza with his new concept “Solomun +1.”

Aside from its breathtaking aesthetic, “this temple of power” owes it celebrity to its prominent role as a canvas for British culture, featuring in The Beatles' movie “Help!” and appearing on the cover of Pink Floyd's legendary Animals album as well as in many other films and music videos.

The event is set to be a night to remember and with several global partners for an unmissable evening.

KweekWeek The Battersea Power Station send-off takes place on the 17th May. For tickets, please visit

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KweekWeek is an online/mobile platform allowing users to discover and book events and activities in London based on their tastes, location and social network.

For organisers, it provides an innovative medium to reach potential attendees, create a follower base and monetize efficiently from it providing them with their target clientele.

KweekWeek is launching its new iPhone app to help its users discover and book the best events and activities in London in one tap, including comedy shows, gallery exhibitions, music events such as the Battersea Power Station.

KweekWeek’s new iPhone app is available on:

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