“We’re both buzzing to bring the energy and vibe of our London parties to my home city of Bristol and showcase some of the best artists in underground dance music,” says DJ and BDE party boss, who’s also set to play at the debut event.
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“It’s a true celebration of diversity and individuality, where the LGBTQIA+ community and allies can come together to feel free!”
To help Big Dyke Energy’s London clubbers get to and from Bristol, buses will stop at both New Cross Gate and Hackney on the morning of the event. BDE operates as a safe space for queer women, non-binary, and intersex & trans+ people, inviting queer and ally clubbers to join its party with a zero-tolerance policy towards any form of discrimination.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins