Number 90 is having a birthday party between Thursday 4 – Sunday 7 April, with loads of free events!
Number 90 is excited to announce it will be throwing its biggest birthday party to date, to celebrate turning the grand old age of five. The birthday
weekender will include DJ sets from the likes of Tom Trago and Phonica Records, delicious food offerings, brand new and unusual cocktails, a very special Saturday surprise; and what’s more - everyone is invited to join in with the free festivities.
As with all Number 90’s birthdays, the main focus of the weekend will be the assemblage of music celebrated by both the artists and audience alike. On Friday night, guests will experience sonic sorcery from Dutch DJ and producer Tom Trago, a familiar face who has graced the stages of Dekmantel and has a number of Boiler Room sets under his belt. Joining Trago on Friday will be Fabric’s brand new resident DJ Anna Wall and the all-female London-based collective SISU who will step up to deliver a flawless party set well into the early hours. Both Friday & Saturday will have a late night licence with the musical programme running 18.00 - 06.00, and on Friday you will need to pay a £5 entry fee after 11pm to join in the fun.
On Saturday night, the legendary record store Phonica Records will host this evening’s musical madness inviting special guests to play alongside. Phonica Records has been at the heart of the Saturday evening for the last three years and for those planning to party all night, there is also a special
surprise for in-store at Number 90’s cool neighbour space, Studio 9294. Guests can expect more music from the likes of Vicious Creatures, Late Night Tales and London Disco Society. With the celebrations winding down on Sunday, Number 90 will be offering its renowned Sunday roast
to satisfy party-goers’ appetites, with a funky feel-good soundtrack provided by Tropical Disco.
Records and more artists TBA. If the weather permits, the party will spill out onto the scenic canal-side. Complete with its very own bar accommodating up to 100 guests, this stand-alone area is the perfect spot for the remaining weekend wanderers to sit back and relax whilst watching the sun go down.