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Always wanted to party like a rock star? Last year – GQ named Roxx their favourite pop-up of the year. This January, Roxx continues its world tour, collaborating with The Cuckoo Club. For their 2nd birthday on Saturday 31st January, Roxx will be the perfect way to send dry January packing for another year, as they for the first time ever, partner up with the London late night institution.


The party will start at 3pm and go on until late, because apparently true rock stars start early. Going all out with the edgiest program so far in Roxx history, the pop-up will feature rock-infused house music, live sax players, beat-boxing harmonica players, naughty nuns, and even a priest. Behind the decks, the skilled DJ’s will smash it out with spontaneous sets of their hottest tracks, all inspired by the spirit of rock.


With Roxx guests can always expect lots of surprises- their last events at the Wellington Club saw special rooms such as the Confession room and also a band room with a camera and all rock-inspired props. In true Ozzy Osbourne style, shots of absinthe alongside real chocolate covered scorpions will be served throughout the night, as well as limitless amounts of Crystal Head vodka, the main sponsor of the event.


As a special birthday treat to kick off the celebrations, members are invited to join the Roxx tour bus, which will be stopping at some of the most iconic rock & roll landmarks, before arriving at The Cuckoo Club in style. Matching the design and style of the venue, the principal music theme of The Cuckoo Club is rock-chic, embracing an alternative rock output juxtaposed with dance floor favourites resulting in tracks by classic bands such as The Rolling Stones to The Stone Roses and contemporary acts like Kasabian all spun alongside rock/dance hybrids – a fusion of musical genres, to match the intended mingling of London’s social sets on the dance floor.



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