The Terrace goes Back to Basics: Dave Beer comes to Dewsbury

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Having hosted Utah Saints, Allister Whitehead, and The Secret DJ, The Terrace in Dewsbury has yet another dance legend lined up this summer. Dave Beer, the ‘King of Clubs’ (according to Mixmag) is playing the 100-capacity venue in June.

The Terrace continues its mission to become one of Yorkshire’s best house music venues.

Anyone who is into their dance music in the north of England, will know the name Dave Beer. The founder of the iconic Leeds club, Back to Basics (the longest running house night in the world), Dave has been at the forefront of the house music scene since the early 90s.

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A Session with Dave Beer 8th June. Not often seen at intimate venues like this, he’ll be taking the party into the early hours. Dave himself has created bespoke artwork for the gig, which pretty much sums up the mad, hi energy nature of his shows. Who knows, it could even become a collector’s item as The Terrace continues its mission to become of West Yorkshire’s leading dance music venues!

Dave Beer's original artworkDave Beer's original artwork
Dave Beer's original artwork

Dave will be supported by some of the best local dance DJ talent, including Matthaus with Pat Fulgoni on performing live house vocals, Sash Van Wah from Boombox Circus, Paul Birkbeck, and Steve Kirk.

Utah Saints and Allister Whitehead sold out well in advance of the date and it’s only a 100 capacity venue so they’re bound to sell out for such a high profile performer. You can buy tickets from Skiddle