Massive UK garage club night launches at Atlantis

Headline comes to N’dulge, led by Tim Westwood and Oxide & Neutrino

Get ready to move like it’s the late 1990s all over again, because a huge night of UK garage is coming to take over one of the city’s top clubs.

Kicking off on Thursday March 1, Headline at Atlantis will move into N’dulge night club at Atlantis The Palm every month, from the team at No.1 Events – you may know them from their big Friday parties at XL Dubai.

On the night, N’dulge will transform into a “three-room entertainment hub” according to the team behind the event – which will likely follow the main layout of this impressively large super club.

Each room will host different acts each with a slightly different vibe. In the main arena you’ll find a night headlined by iconic UK DJ, radio presenter and producer Tim Westwood – with the award winner being supported by local DJ Adam J, who you can regularly see play at Wanderlust Brunch and Atelier M, and hear on Channel 4 Radio.

Over on the UKG Terrace (which we assume stands for “UK garage”), you’ll find the breakaway stars of So Solid Crew, Oxide & Neutrino, known for their massive hits No Good 4 Me, plus Bound 4 Da Reload. Remember this?

More support will come from Heartless Crew, and DJ Dane Bowers, of Another Level fame. Tickets come in at Dhs100 if you’re an early bird booking now (click here), and they’re Dhs150 on the door, which opens at 10pm and runs through until 3am.

This is going to be big, and this is just the start – Headline is set to become a monthly event, but more on that soon.
Dhs100. Thu Mar 1, 10pm-3am. N’dulge, Atlantis the Palm, Palm Jumeirah,

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