Summer Series Closing Party with Dixon, Âme & Delano Smith

Summer Series Closing Party with Dixon, Âme & Delano Smith

22nd March 2015

Revolver Upstairs


As another season of Summer Series draws to an end we get ready to send the 2014 / 2015 season with the biggest bang to date! 

RA's number 1 DJ - Dixon, No. 2 Live Act - Ame and one of Detroit's finest sons Delano Smith are set to tear the roof off Revolver Upstairs for one night only....
Strictly limited pre sale tickets available then the remainder will be available on the door from 7pm Sunday 22nd of March.



Dixon is the vice president of FC Magnet Mitte, owner of a bakery in Berlin, co-owner of Innervisions Recordings, a producer and a DJ. One of the leading lights in Berlin clubland, Dixon has built his reputation with a no-frills, no gimmicks and no sponsored tours attitude. A connoisseur of the more soulful and deeper sides of house with a pinch of techno, a Dixon set is always a small slice of unfettered euphoria. In the game for 18 years, Dixon never strays away from being at the top, scoring the number 1 spot on Resident Advisor's Top 100 Dj List in 2013 and 2014. No one quite has the poise, drive or finesse quite like Dixon does. 



Not one to follow the rules, Frank Wiedemann (alongside Kristian Beyer) have forged a path and a sound that not only suits himself but a hoard of fans too. Co-founder of the prestigious Innervisions alongside Dixon, the duo work harmoniously, concentrating on their strengths with Beyer's in the dj booth and Wiedemann taking full control of their explosive live sets. Delivering a rich vein of worldly soundscapes and deep elegance, from early releases ‘Rej’ and 'Where We At’ to their excellent ‘fabric 42’ mix, Âme is a world class act - expect Frank Weidemann to show you why Âme’s live set is so highly regarded.



One of the last in a rare group of Detroit's first house djs, Delano Smith can lay claim to a legacy that most Detroit jocks cannot. A living legend, Delano stands head and shoulders above the rest in crafting alluring, captivating and forward thinking dance grooves that still get the club moving till the sun comes up. His productions on Third Ear, Sushitech and Still Music have taken up crate spaces with house afficionados and his dj sets becoming favourites among many for his incomparable soul and energy. Both behind the decks and in the studio, Delano's genre boundary defying vision of working a floor is a direct link to the beginnings of the DJ in Detroit, maintaining his integrity today, his hunger shows little sign of abating.