Ja Ja Ja Launch Party Berlin

Ja Ja Ja Music is a London-based website, that brings the best Scandinavian music to UK ears by Ja Ja Ja club nights happening in London. Now, 3,5 years after the London launch, the initiative will kick off in another European capital city this autumn – namely in Berlin! We expect that it’ll be huge!

Ja Ja Ja club nights in Berlin will officially start in FluxBau on 9. October 2014 (check out the details HERE). On the second Thursday of each month “you’ll be able to find the finest new talent, hand-picked from the Nordic countries for your listening pleasure!” – ensure the organizers.

But before that, already on the 24. September 2014, the special pre-launch party will take place in the Felleshus (Nordic Embassies) – as a part of the Play Nordic event series. During the night you’ll be able to see Iceland’s Sóley and Sin Fang supported by a DJ set from Sweden’s Molly Nilsson. There will also be a Danish accent of course, in form of exclusively paired DJ duos – including sets from Sandra Kolstad (NOR) vs. Asbjørn and Heidi Mortenson vs. Bjørn Svin.

The first of the two mentioned events – The Launch Party – is free. However, since there is a limited capacity, you have to sign up for it. And we recommend you to do it like… RIGHT NOW – HERE!

Ja Ja Ja Launch Party in Berlin
feat. Sóley (IS), Sin Fang (IS), Molly Nilsson (SWE) + Sandra Kolstad (NOR) vs. Asbjørn & Heidi Mortenson vs. Bjørn Svin
24.09.2014 – Berlin: Felleshus (Nordic Embassies) – Event on Facebook

Ja Ja Ja Berlin Opening Night
feat. Naomi Pilgrim (SWE), Alfred Hall (NOR) and Blaue Blume
09.10.2014 – Berlin: FluxBau Event on Facebook

JaJaJa October


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