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Dj-LADY-K-picWithout a doubt DJ Lady K is one of their all-time favourites and easily one of the most requested DJs that the punters want back to play at the Delicious gigs.  Few DJs can keep the energy up to the floor like DJ Lady K can, and that is what makes her such a fine DJ.

From phat house music to just damn fine chunky tech house and techno, Lady K delivers the goods every time she plays, always giving the floor what they want – and that is a good old heads-down knees-up affair of quality tunes!

Joining DJ LADY K on the Delicious decks is Mr Frou Frou, Craig Wilson AKA DJ 1iSAMURAi.

Get Delicious at the Lismore City Bowlo on Saturday September 21, and see what all the fuss is about.

Doors open 9pm, and gig goes till 2am.

Entry is $15 

Team Frou Frou X

 

 

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.


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