Britain’s favourite DJ is coming to spin at Hong Kong’s coolest club

Britain’s favourite DJ is coming to spin at Hong Kong’s coolest club PUSH is back, and they’re back with a bang. The legendary electronic music event organisers – the biggest in the city – have been putting on some of the greatest parties in town since 2009. After taking a long break, PUSH is returning to the Hong Kong club scene with DJ Clive Henry spinning at Ignis.Clive is one of the most respected DJs in the UK’s underground house music scene, and his work has been influencing PUSH for years. He grew up in London’s early acid house scene and began hosting club nights in London’s West End with guests like Andrew Weatherall and David Holmes. Soon, he started performing at his own events across the country.

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 By the 1990s, he had formed Peace Division with production partner Justin Drake, and they took the scene by storm. Peace Division quickly became one of the most powerful tech-house duos in the world, known for their deep, tribal sound. By the 2000s, Clive was a regular feature at the legendary Circoloco party at DC10 in Ibiza, and officially joined their exclusive roster in 2005. He still spins at Circoloco, but he’s making a quick stop in Hong Kong before the Ibiza 2019 season kicks off. And he’s playing exclusively for PUSH at Ignis, supported by residents Frankie Lam & AKW, and special gust Darka.

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 Listen to DJ Clive Henry’s 15 Minutes of Fame here  

Lam and AKW founded PUSH back in 2009 and dedicated to giving their audiences the best time possible, whether it’s on the top of a skyscraper, next to a pool, or inside Hong Kong’s hottest club, Ignis. Get your tickets early before they sell out, and dress to impress – Ignis has a dress code (no shorts, sleeveless shirts, athletic wear, beachwear, open-toed shoes for me, and no athleticwear, beachwear or flip-flops for ladies). 

Push x Ignis present Clive Henry on 21 June, 2019 from 11pm – late. Advance tickets are HK$150, and can be purchased here

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