To celebrate Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today's successful run, we are collaborating with Movement Entertainment, the producers of renowned international
festivals Movement and Kappa Futur Festival for a specially curated closing party on Saturday 14th September.
We will be extending our opening hours to 9pm, to welcome live DJ sets from Pawsa
and Dennis Cruz, from the London based rave crew Solid Grooves. They are also giving
Movement the chance to exhibit artwork and photography, showcasing the festivals through the
eyes of world-renowned photographers including: Oliviero Toscani, Massimo Vitali, Settimio
Benedusi and Marco Walker. Plus Smiling Sisters - the force behind all the festival's creatives -
will also be curating all video and animation content.
All attendees to the Sweet Harmony closing party will be able to get discounts off the upcoming
Movement (31st October) whose lineup includes DJ heavyweights JamieJones x Joseph
Capriati, plus unmissable solo sets from the likes of Belgium's in demand selector Amelie Lens,
revered Spanish spinners Dennis Cruz and Eddy M, plus Anastasia Kristensen, DJ Bone,
ANOTR, PAWSA and Michael Bibi.
SWEET HARMONY CLOSING PARTY
Saturday 14th September 4-9pm
Please note that you do not need a seperate ticket for the closing party if you have already bought a day ticket for Sweet Harmony for the 14th September. Your day ticket will already cover the entry fee for the closing party.
Capacity in the venue is limited, we kindly advise purchasing your tickets as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment
Sweet Harmony: RAVE | TODAY is an immersive exhibition that celebrates the birth of dance music and the impact of rave on youth culture today.
Sweet Harmony is a creative reminder of a special moment in recent British history that will recapture memories from the acid house scene, reliving the transformative powers of music through the voices and the lenses of those who experienced it.
'From warehouse parties to the acid house explosion, Sweet Harmony captures a dancefloor revolution. ' The Guardian
'"Sweet Harmony" has done an excellent job of evoking both rave's evolution and its influence. ' The Economist
'This is the exhibition of the summer. ' Mr Porter