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Brian Coney
25 April 2023, 12:14

Studio 338 announces Special Request, Todd Edwards, Nicole Moudaber, more for open air party series this summer

Seb Zito, LoveJuice and Space Ibiza are among the hosts for the 10th anniversary celebrations


Studio 338 has announced the first acts to play its stacked 10th-anniversary celebrations this summer.

Regularly voted as one of DJ Mag's Top 30 clubs in the world, the 2,400-capacity London venue on Boord Street, North Greenwich will host the open-air series over the next few months. It kicks off with an all-day and night event on Saturday, 13th May with in-house brand Release's Garden Opening Party, featuring sets by Nicole Moudaber, Tania Vulcano, Afriqua, Dense & Pika, Radio Slave, and a Peace Division Special Guest.

The following night, Sunday, 14th May, LoveJuice's Garden Party will host a tropical celebration in Studio 338's colourful outdoor space, main Terrace and the Loft. Among those set to play include Charlotte Van de Peer and George Mensah. As well as La Fiesta's return with a Summer Opening on Saturday, 20th May, underground party HOME will also take over the venue on 28th May with Dyed Soundorom, SIT Amphia (aka Cristi Cons B2B Vlad Caia) and more.

In June, London selector Seb Zito debuts his first-ever Seven Dials Records label party across indoor and outdoor spaces on Saturday, the 10th. Todd Edwards, Special Request and Oneman are among those set to represent the imprint across the all-day and night event.

The series rolls into July with a mini-festival by Space Ibiza, featuring Roger Sanchez, Todd Terry and more on the 1st, a Sankeys mid-Summer rave on the 8th and another mini-festival on the 29th, featuring a techno bill to be announced. The series then concludes with a special, 14-hour event curated by Mexican festival Zamna on 27th August.

Individual tickets for Studio 338's summer series are available to buy now.

Having came through a devastating fire in 2016 - which caused major damage and shut the venue for 18 months - as well as the pandemic and various other adversities since opening its doors back in 2013, Studio 338's creative director Dan Perrin said: “None of this would have been possible without the support of a very loyal set of ravers and music lovers, especially during the hard times."

Perrin added: "It feels like a time to reflect on that and reward everyone who has been on this journey alongside us with some very special parties and even more incredible dancefloor moments.”

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