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Skint Freshers’ Festival One-Off featuring Massaoke (Tue 21 Sep)
Tuesday 21 September : 22:00-02:30
Tuesday 21 September
Mono: Skint One-Off Special featuring Massaoke (Live Karaoke band)
Skint, DUSA’s legendary Tuesday night, student superclub reboots for a one-off special to celebrate Freshers’ Week. Award-winning DJ Ricky Harrison will be joined on stage by the festival-filling karaoke band Massaoke. Massaoke have taken their unique brand of karaoke to festivals across the UK including Glastonbury, Latitude, T in the Park, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and even as far afield the Adelaide Fringe. Massaoke is the ultimate sing-a-long! A late night free-for-all group karaoke session, led by talented session musicians who lead the audience in vocal heroics!
Festival Tent: Polka Dot Disco Club (from Disco to House and everything in between)
Polka Dot Disco Club are a DJ collective formed in Dundee to challenge gender inequality within the music industry. Polka Dot Disco was co-founded by Glasgow-based DJ Frankie Elyse, who tonight, will be headlining in the Festival Tent. As well as promoting her own club nights, Frankie also hosts her own radio show on the Dance station, Groove City Radio.
Airlie Place: Miami Funfair Ride (Free Rides – last entry 1:45am)
A festival isn’t a festival if it doesn’t feature at least one funfair ride, and the Miami is a modern fairground classic. Sit with your friends in a row then spin and twist around 360 degrees – scream if you wanna go faster!
Street Food Corner: Wild and Smoky (Texan BBQ)
Multi award-winning street food operators Wild & Smoky specialise in Texan BBQ. Pit Master, Walter brings you the best of BBQ inspired cuisine, including both vegan and vegetarian offerings.
Mono 2: Free Face Stencilling Bar (open until 1am)
Go big and bold tonight! From pretty florals to abstract shapes; expect fun, fast, and beautiful artwork at the Yvonne’s Fancy Dress Free Face Stencilling Bar!
The Liar Bar: Le Freak and Friends (from Disco to Techno, and everything in between)
Every city needs a cool record shop, and Le Freak is certainly one of them. As well as boasting an extensive techno and dance section, Le Freak is also a hub of creative happenings. The shop organises numerous DJ sets, host guest spot events and takeovers of other local music venues.