Club Loosen Sober Rave

Club Loosen Sober Rave

Saturday, 7 October 2023, 8.00pm

Featuring Roo Honeychild and Brian Ring

A sober rave/party happening in awesome warehouse venue in Dublin city centre

what is club loosen?…..

~ fun ravey-vibe energy

~ for people who want to enjoy themselves without using alcohol/drugs

~ it’s about not using a substance to loosen your inhibitions

~ the party isn’t anti-substance use in general, it understands they can be fun/ freeing, however this event wants to promote rave energy without the need for alcohol/drugs

~ when you are in your bedroom dancing to a song you love, you aren’t concerned about how you dance, movement and dance just happens and unfolds out of you —if there is a goal that’s it

8-10pm: Roo Honeychild

10-12pm: Brian Ring

Drinks - mocktails / soft drinks / water

18’s + event

Roo Honeychild is a music producer and DJ from Dublin. Honeychild has been an eminent force on Ireland's rave circuit for the last eight years delivering a seamstress of cheeky edits and purveyor of high energy, grit-filled DJ sets.

She has performed across the island and further afield. Known as a founder of the renowned party crew Club Comfort and in the past year has released music with Gash Collective, DDR & Berlin-based label Nasty Enterprises. She is the regular host of Dublin Digital Radio show Café del Comfort and can regularly be found in the booth and on dance floors across Dublin

Brian Ring is an Irish Deejay/ Producer based in Berlin. Brian instinctively plays a selection of his favorite dance tracks spanning decades pleasing crowds through his heartfelt vision to deejaying. A true music lover, he loves each song he plays, coming at his craft with a timeless approach—the message—just enjoy yourself, all we have is now.

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Published by TheComplex on 20 September 2023

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