London Astoria night PUSH announce 'last party' plans

Cajun Dance Party to play live at final bash at the venue

London Astoria night PUSH announce 'last party' plans
Cajun Dance Party are among those who will be playing live at one of the final club nights to take place at the London Astoria before it closes.

While in the upstairs section of the venue a club night hosted by Manumission will take place, downstairs on January 15 the PUSH club night will feature live bands and DJs until around 4am (GMT).

As well as Cajun Dance Party, Good Shoes and Loverman will play live, while DJs will include The Horrors' Faris Rotter and members of Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong and Young Turks.

Melvin Benn, head of Festival Republic, who own the venue, has told NME.COM that the Astoria will eventually be replaced.

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