Decks were spinning, tunes were playing and drinks were flowing as crowds flocked to Boxpark on this sunny evening to be part of a new concept music event and get involved in the DJ scene.
DJ Park are seasoned DJ’s and have been arranging pop-up events across London this summer to spread the word about DJ-ing, perform multiple mixing sessions and help people who are keen to learn the trade and be part of the next DJ generation.
With Smiley’s links to dance music and DJ’s, its a great initiative that we are only too happy to get involved with!
Look out for more DJ Park events coming soon…
Smiley have created a limited edition range of colourful samba inspired t-shirts and vests to celebrate the upcoming global football tournament next month.
The Smiley face was forever immortalised as the iconic image of the acid house music movement in the 1980s. During this ground breaking time for global dance music and club culture, the Smiley image was adopted by almost every clubber and raver globally and adorned every dance floor from London to Chicago.
This was the beginning of a special relationship between house music and Smiley that has spanned over 25 years and remains as strong today as it was back in the day.
On Saturday 5th April, superstar EDM DJ Steve Aoki performed an epic gig at the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester, where he rocked a Smiley London t-shirt from the new SS14 collection!
Get yours here.
Smiley took over the prime time airwaves on French TV this month, when over 6 million viewers tuned in to see the up and coming cream of young pop talent band performing Pharrell William’s “Happy” live. The most uplifting song of 2013 was perfectly accompanied with all the contestants rocking Smiley Tees. http://www.smiley.com