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The Festival Club
 
Teviot Row
Edinburgh EH8 9AJ
 
Friday 13 July, 11.30pm
Over 18s only

Fat-Suit + Chamber Street Collective House Band & guests + Astrojazz
The Festival Club promises to keep the music going long after the other venues have closed up shop.  Dance the night away to bands and DJs, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses of summer (and the odd jazz fest star) in the glorious open air rooftop bar. Scotland’s own mighty musical crossover juggernaut, Fat-Suit, are the first host band. Blending Jazz, Fusion, House, Brass-Rock and Scottish Folk music to create a vibrant new sound, which has been compared to Snarky Puppy, Vulfpeck and GoGo Penguin. They have played summer festivals across Europe delivering their “sun bright, pulsating blast of energy” (The Herald). Festival guests drop-in for a lively, hard blowing jam session joining the house band, whilst guest DJ, Astrojazz, spins funk, soul and hip-hop records keeping the vibe alive.
Tickets - Standing
£12.00

Saturday 14 July, 11.30pm
Over 18s only
Werkha + Chamber Street Collective House Band & guests + Andrea Montalto

The Festival Club promises to keep the music going long after the other venues have closed up shop.  Dance the night away to bands and DJs, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses of summer (and the odd jazz fest star) in the glorious open air rooftop bar. Glaswegian producer Tom A. Leah, A.K.A. Werkha, makes his Festival debut with outstanding vocalist Byrony Jarman-Pinto, keyboardist Fergus McCreadie and drummer Graham Costello. This underground sensation, heavily supported by Gilles Peterson, presents an infectious fusion of Afro-beat, bass, house, jazz, funk and soul. Festival guests drop-in for a lively, hard blowing jam session joining the house band, whilst Sicilian DJ  Andrea Montalto keeps the dance-floor jumping, with his mix of Disco, Boogie, 80s, Italo, House and 80s Jazz-funk.
Tickets - Standing
£10.00

Friday 20 July, 11.30pm
Over 18s only

Samson Sounds + Samedia Shebeen
The Festival Club promises to keep the music going long after the other venues have closed up shop.  Dance the night away to bands and DJs, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses of summer (and the odd jazz fest star) in the glorious open air rooftop bar. Samson Sounds lead the charge in Scotland’s world dance music scene, blending African highlife, dubstep from electronic beats, fat Reggae-style trombone and sparkling Afro guitar with sweetly soulful vocals. DJs from Samedia Shebeen take over the club for the night, with bass heavy tropical tracks.
Tickets - Standing
£10.00

Saturday 21 July, 11.30pm
Over 18s only
Rumba de Bodas + Chamber Street Collective House Band & guests + Rebecca Vasmant

The party goes on until late at the Festival Club long after the other venues have closed up shop. Dance the night away to bands and DJs in the Teviot Row, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the summer night vibe (and the odd jazz fest star) in the glorious open air rooftop bar. Closing the Festival Club are the Italian troubadours of the sensuous and sublime who make it their mission to party: the explosive Rumba de Bodas. Their high octane carnival jazz mix of latin grooves, Balkan festive music, swing, ska, reggae, is an ever-changing musical mix. From starting life as a loose collective in the backstreet music bars of Bologna, they’re now an international phenomenon packing out Festivals of all musical styles. The band that everyone loves return after a string of sell out shows last year, with brand new music from their latest album ‘Super Power’. Our house band (featuring members of the Chamber Street Collective) backs Festival guests dropping-in for a lively, hard blowing jam session. The outstanding Glasgow-based DJ/producer Rebecca Vasmant take us into the small hours with her fresh new take on dance music, bridging the gap between jazz and electronic music.
Tickets - Standing
£12.00

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