WIN tickets to Tropicana Shuffle in Weston-super-Mare

PUBLISHED: 14:00 24 March 2018

Allister Whitehead

Allister Whitehead


A celebration of some of the best dance music from past and present is to be held at Weston’s Tropicana next month, and the Mercury has tickets to give away to readers.

Tropicana Shuffle will return to the venue in Marine Parade on April 7 for the second time for a night of great music from two house music pioneers.

Brandon Block and Allister Whitehead will headline in one of two rooms at the venue.

Both DJs have performed at some of the biggest venues and events in the world including Cream, Clockwork Orange and Space Ibiza.

Other names on the packed bill include Topof, FuNknStoMp and Harrison Boyd, as well as event organisers The Shuffle Brothers themselves.

Meanwhile SKETCH will be in session for the entire night in room two, playing classic vinyl house music from the likes of Jimee, Kidder, Dom Spiral and The Spin Sisters.

A Shuffle Brothers spokesman said: “Shuffle prides itself on an infectiously positive vibe generated by the friendliest crowd you will ever meet at any venue.

“Couple this with the robust music policy that Shuffle adhere to and the fully immersive production values, you have a recipe for a memorable evening of house music.

“Come and see what all the fuss is about.”

The event will run from 8pm-2am.

Tickets, priced £20, are available online.

The Mercury has teamed up with The Shuffle Brothers to offer readers two pairs of tickets to the Tropicana Shuffle.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on March 30.

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