Rodigan remains at the top of his game having recently collaborated with world renowned DJ Breakage, who will perform alongside him, and more than 40 other artists, at the event.
MOBO award winner MJ Cole will be representing the urban scene, while dubstep and drum n bass fans will be treated to an eclectic mix of DJs including Shy FX, Loefah, Youngsta, Doc Scott, Dub Phizix and Cyantific and many more.
Lovers of live beats can look forward to seeing UK and Grand Battle Champion beatboxer Ball-Zee battle it out with percussion guru Jungle Drummer, while enjoying drinks from just £2!
The Bass Indoor Gathering will be held across five arenas at the HMV Institute, Birmingham, on 28 April. Tickets are on sale now from:
Artist bio - David Rodigan
Having captivated Reggae audiences via his influential Kiss FM Radio Show and won hard
fought sound clashes worldwide with his exclusive dubplates for the last 30+ years, his unmatchable energetic DJ sets have more recently become just as sought after at Bass Music events.This love from a wider and younger audience comes in part after the use of David’s legendary vocal interludes and punctuations by cutting edge Dub Step and Drum and Bass producers such as Breakage, Capsa and Shy Fx on tracks like “Together”
A reflection in itself of the wide respect for David’s influence and status within dance music, his huge achievements are not only known to musical world and were this year officially commended by the crown when was awarded an MBE! This recognition has however been hard earned. His DJ schedule is practically nonstop with bookings needing to be made years in advance and he can typically perform in the UK, Europe, USA and West Indies all in the same week!
This is first time David Rodigan performs in Birmingham on an event of this scale or with such a mixed musical gathering. It’s going to be B.I.G!
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BREAK THRU presents B.I.G. The BASS INDOOR GATHERING - a celebration of bass influenced music and some of its greatest pioneers. Over 40 Artists across 5 Arenas for 2000 party people at the HMV Institute, Birmingham (UK) on 28 April 2012