United Kingdom · February 3 2024
VOTED LONDON’S BEST MUSIC VENUE & LATE NIGHT SPOT IN THE TIME OUT LOVE LONDON AWARDSVIEW DATES
1st Saturday's Monthly @ Omeara London Bridge, 10pm-4am Tables free to Book for 10+ Flyness@supadupaflylove.com Voted London’s Best Music Venue & Late Night Spot in the Time Out Love London Awards Dj's on rotation: Ace (BBC 1Xtra) / Matchstick (Kisstory) / Jonezy (Apple music) / Emily Rawson (BBC 1Xtra) / Pavlos / Miss Gower / Teddy Lewis / For this one, only the flyest Dj's spinning R&B from the 90s & 00s up to the present day. Expect to hear Beyonce, Aaliyah, Mariah, Monica, J-Lo, TLC, Missy, Usher, J.T, Mary J Blige, Rihanna, Chris Brown, T Pain, Ashanti, Ciara, Janet Jackson, Blackstreet, Lauryn Hill, Kelis & much much more!
Omeara is one of London's best live music & club spaces, just a stones throw from London Bridge Station with excellent transport links.
For Birthdays we can offer: Complimentary ticket / Shout outs from our host in Birthday hour / Tune played of your choice / A minimum of 5 friends must purchase tickets (we need to see proof of purchase). Please email email@example.com
OVERWHELMING SUPPORT FOR JONEZY’S GUEST MIXES ON NATIONAL RADIO EARNED HIM A COVETED WEEKLY DJ SLOT ON CHARLIE SLOTH’S RAP SHOW ON APPLE MUSIC 1
90S 00S HIPHOP RNB & MORE!
IN ROOM ONE EXPECT EVERYTHING 90S, 00S & MORE FROM JAY-Z & KANYE TO DRIZZY & ‘KING’ KENDRICK THROUGH TO RIHANNA & BEYONCE.
ROOM TWO IS STRICTLY FOR OUR ‘BACK TO THE OLD SKOOL CREW’ SO EXPECT PLENTY OF BIGGIE & 2PAC, TLC & SWV, MARIAH CAREY & JERMAINE DUPREE FROM THE 90S TO MID 00S!
ENTRY: PRIORITY GUARANTEED ENTRY TICKETS £7-15 WWW.SUPADUPAFLYLOVE.COM / £15 DOOR IF AVAILABLE / TABLES FREE TO BOOK FOR 10+ FLYNESS@SUPADUPAFLYLOVE.COM
Dress Code: Your finest & flyest attire / Fresh trainers & caps are fine but absolutely no tracksuits please. More: www.supadupaflylove.com / www.facebook.com/supadupaflylove / www.instagram.com/supadupaflylove This is a 21+ event & photographic I.D is essential
‘London’s best Hiphop & RnB nights’
Time Out / Evening Standard