We are giving away a pair of tickets to DJ Anjali & The Incredible Kid’s 2018 New Year’s Eve Dance Party on December 30. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Friday, December 29.
From our sponsors:
DJ Anjali & The Incredible Kid’s 17th Anniversary New Year’s Eve Dance Party Extravaganza
December 31, 2017
Doors 9 p.m. | $29.50 ADV, $40 Doors | 21 + only (w/ proper ID)
615 Southeast Alder Street, Portland, OR 97214
New Year’s Eve Dance Party Extravaganza at the Melody Ballroom with special guests
- Orquestra Pacifico Tropical (Featuring members of Sun Angle, Máscaras, Bitch’n, &&&, IOA, Point Juncture, Wa., Modernstate, Roselit Bone, Quiet Countries & Eagle Sun King.)
- Savila (psychedelic cumbia ft. Fabi Reyna of She Shreds Magazine)
- Dholi Adam McCollom (Seattle)
- Sound and lighting by One Wub
This party marks the 17th anniversary of Anjali and The Kid! We’ve been performing as a duo since our club debut on NYE in 2000. Anjali and The Kid were voted “Best DJ” in Willamette Week’s 2017 and 2016 Reader’s Poll. We can’t wait to ring in the new year with you!
ORQUESTRA PACIFICO TROPICAL
Featuring members of Sun Angle, Máscaras, Deer or the Doe, O Bruxo, Bitch’n, &&&, Eagle Sun King, Point Juncture WA, Modernstate, Jippedo and Quiet Countries. Orquestra Pacifico Tropical’s wall of sound is dedicated to expanding the music of Central and South America to the people and dance floors of the Pacific Northwest.
DJ ANJALI AND THE INCREDIBLE KID
“The West Coast’s king and queen of bhangra/global bass/Bollywood dance parties, DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid.” -The Portland Mercury 8/17/16
“Anjali and The Incredible Kid, Portland’s resident top Bollywood and bhangra deejays.” -The Portland Tribune 3/12/15
“DJ Anjali & the Incredible Kid have been Portland’s leading world music DJs since the turn of the millennium.” -Willamette Week 12/31/14
“Known for bringing cutting-edge music to virgin ears, they are guaranteed to throw you a good time” -Eleven PDX Magazine December 2013
“The pair have been keeping Portland dancing for so long in various incarnations, imagining the local music scene without their bhangra and Bollywood rhythms is unthinkable. ” The Oregonian 5/26/06