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Black Coffee locks itself in all day in London’s Beckenham Place Park – News

For September, South African DJ and GRAMMY award-winning producer Black Coffee takes one of the longest sets of his career at Beckenham Place Park in London.

On the way south of the river to Lewisham for the day-long event, Black Coffee will perform a one-time headline show that will feature alongside friends, all of whom will be announced later.

The event takes place on September 11 at a currently unknown time from the team behind RE-TEXTURED and Naked City, Krankbrother, as well as Metropolis Music.

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Black Cafe’s expanded set will see the DJ “bring his signature sound to the idyllic rolling grassy areas of Beckenham Place Park, nestled amongst protected old woods and a beautiful lake,” according to a press release.

The event venue uses a newly remodeled golf course amidst woodland and historic buildings that span acres of space that will boast two stages during the event.

The producer’s all-day set comes shortly after he received nominations and awards for the newly released LP, ‘Unconscious’, which dropped in February last year.

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The seventh studio album led to the producer receiving his first ever GRAMMY award in the dance / electronic music category this year and writing history as the first person of African descent to win under this category.

“I want to thank God for the gift of music and to be able to share it with the world and heal some souls and help people go through whatever they are going through in life,” he said, accepting the award of the scene.

Elsewhere, Black Coffee has announced its stay at Hï Ibiza this summer, taking over the club every Saturday from 14 May to 1 October.

Pre-sale tickets for Black Coffee’s all-day sale run on Tuesday 10 May at 13:00. Tickets for regular sale go on sale 24 hours later – sign up here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s editorial assistant, follow her on Twitter

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