PREVIEW: Shanti Celeste, Peach Party #1 @ Patterns, 24/02/2018

The Verse’s Lynsey Downie previews Shanti Celeste’s Peach Party #1 at Patterns on 24th February 2018. 

Shanti Celeste’s Peach Party invites you to experience a blend of techno, house and disco. She takes over the reins from Bradley Zero and Avalon Emerson for the first of her four events in the Curated By series at Brighton’s Patterns.

These four events will be heavily influenced by Peach Discs, Celeste’s very own label.

This Saturday, Shanti – famously known for her tracks Days Like This and Make Time – will take to the stage. Performing alongside Shanti will be Hodge. a fellow Bristolian DJ known for pushing the boundaries in music production. Ciel will also be joining Shanti, making her Brighton debut, accompanied by  Mehtola – a club resident who will warm up the stage. 

Don’t miss Shanti Celeste’s Peach Party #1! Tickets available here 

The Verse Staff

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