Competition: Sam Divine to top the bill at Weston’s Tropicana Shuffle

PUBLISHED: 09:00 15 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:48 26 October 2017

DJ Sam Divine is returning to her Weston roots.

DJ Sam Divine is returning to her Weston roots.

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Dance music fans are in for a treat when top house DJs convene in Weston-super-Mare for Tropicana Shuffle next month.

The Mercury is offering an exclusive chance for its readers to get their hands on one of three free pairs of tickets to the event.

Shuffle has been running in Weston for a number of years but it is expanding for its biggest ever night at the Tropicana.

Organiser Luke Merrick said: “After the Tropicana was turned into an event space, we witnessed the success of local festival Hazy Days and other music nights and wanted to bring a dance music event to Weston on a larger scale.”

House DJ and producer Sam Divine will top the bill.

The Bristol DJ landed her first residency at a club in Weston, but soon swapped it for sunny Ibiza where she has since played to thousands of party-goers.

Divine is a house connoisseur with a reputation of being able to hype any crowd. Her first major release was a remix of garage anthem Flowers and it was a firm fan favourite. She has since gone on to perform across the world at festivals such as Tomorrowland, SW4, Creamfields and Defected Croatia.

World-renowned DJoko will be on hand to please house and techno fans, while Rich Pinder, Gordon John and a whole host of other DJs and producers from Weston and beyond will also perform.

Shuffle will be in the Reaper Bar and Walls Stage at the Tropicana in Marine Parade on November 4, from 5pm to 1am.

Tickets, priced £19.50-25, are available by searching Tropicana Shuffle on www.skiddle.com

The Mercury has teamed up with Tropicana Shuffle to offer three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of free tickets to the event.

To enter, simply answer the question below before 10am on October 27. Usual rules apply and the editor’s decision is final. By entering you agree to be contacted by Archant.

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