Weston & Engine celebrate their fourth birthday this year in the best way possible, by inviting some of South Africa's best house and techno DJs to play at Johannesburg's famed Constitutional Hill in Braamfontein. The party aptly named 'The Hill Takeover' will consist of two dancefloors, The Alley and The Tent, both packed to the brim with top-quality live and DJ performances. Included in this massive line-up are Ryan Murgatroyd, Behr, The Lazarusman, Jullian Gomes, Vimo and German DJ Padmode.
Constitutional Hill was first built as a fort and eventually converted into a prison which held Boer military leaders (by the British), anti-Apartheid political activists, striking mine workers and even Mahatma Gandhi, Joe Slovo, Robert Sobukwe and the late Nelson Mandela at various points in time.
The gargantuan building will be transformed for one night, bringing with it joy and celebration with giant Jenga games, foosball tables, beer pong, fire pits and a massive Bedouin tent covering the entire venue; not forgetting the high-quality sound and lighting, and stellar DJ line-up.
E.E.L will also be hosting a DJ/producer session from 4 pm with globally acclaimed artists Jullian Gomes and Ryan Murgatroyd. The workshop will cover tips and tricks for DJ performance and production, as well as advice on the music industry from the two qualified professionals. If you would like to attend the workshop, please register here. Pulse have 2 double tickets to give away to two lucky entrants. All you need to do is:
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"We charge Constitution Hill. With eager ears and a restlessness that can only be remedied by the broadcast of great minds and music, we shall charge that Hill. We’ll acknowledge its broken past and celebrate its present potential by gathering under a shade of free education, friends and music to move" - Weston & Engine