Get Last Remaining Tickets for the Freeze Festival in Clapham Taking Place Next Week from Nov 27th

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See club sensations Madeon, MJ Cole, Aluna George, DJ Fresh, Toddla T and Hollywood Actor and DJ Idris Elba live at the winter Freeze Festival from November 27th to December 1st and expect to hear loads of London Groove drum & bass and old skool garage classics.

One of the best winter music festivals is almost upon us providing the perfect soundtrack of bass laced anthems played across night clubs in London to accompany these cold mornings, and dark evenings proving that winter is truly here and Christmas is only 5 weeks away.

If you want to stop stressing about all of the work that needs to needs to be done around the house in preparation for those Christmas visitors. Or trying to decide what the menu should be, or how much shopping you still need to do, then why not escape it all by attending the Freeze Festival at Clapham Common next week from the 27th of November to December 1st.

Music fans across the very busy R&B clubs in London town are looking forward to the opportunity to see some of best selling artist, celebrities and DJs performing live for what is set to be the biggest and best freeze Festival yet.

If the line up is anything to go by then ticket holders are in for a real treat with acts like DJ Fresh, Aluna George, MJ Cole, Toddla T, and some of the most in-demand underground DJs from across nightclubs in London rave scene.

Ladies are looking forward to the opportunity to see Hollywood actor Idris Elba who will be showcasing his DJ skills on the main stage, so be sure to book the last remaining tickets asap with prices ranging from £22.50 to £68.

This press release has been bought to you by London Groove Ltd, who are nightclub and party promoters doing Friday club nights at Yager Bar in the City of London and Zahra Bar in Clapham plus their two Soul Saturday club nights at The Anthologist in the city and The Refinery in Southwark.

With London Groove, guests can expect to enjoy exclusive London club guestlists, plus indulge in table and special area bookings at their four party venues with no minimum spending required, allowing guests to be completely focused on the partying experience.

London Groove’s website goes beyond advertising their events and taking bookings; it’s the ideal destination to get your daily dose of fashion and celebrity gossip, keeping you updated with the world of showbiz, plus sharing the latest pictures from their vibrant parties across Londons nightlife scene which also links to their London Groove Fanpage with a community of over 9,000 likes so far.

London Grooves R&B club nights in London attract well over 900 parties every weekend, not forgetting their sell out London Groove NYE parties which are always a sellout affair and already customers are on standby for 2013 NYE parties London to be welcomed with a smile, treated with care, and respected in stylish venues.

Guests look forward to embarking on a musical journey packed with classics from the 80s, 90s, and 00s mixed with present contemporary anthems, so everything from Michael Jackson, TLC, 112, Destiny’s Child, Blackstreet to Lady GaGa, Disclosure, Swedish House Mafia, Rihanna and the all-important "Candy" by Cameo ensuring everybody line dances before the night is over.

"Also, teaming up with Rahul Khona of F5 Photography who is a professional Indian wedding photographer is a great partnership and something we’re looking forward to," commented Steve Prashad, Director and founder of London Groove.

Be sure to experience one of London Groove’s weekly parties in the capital and prepare to book their ever popular NYE tickets early for their three New Year's Eve London parties spread across three of the city’s most luxurious venues.

For further information, you can contact Steve Prashad at steve(at)londongroove(dot)co(dot)uk.
Website: http://www.londongroove.co.uk
Phone (office): 020 8252 1574 (10 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Phone (mobile): 07968 828 504 (10 a.m. - 8 p.m.)

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