November 24, 2000 17:00


Help the DJ celebrate what has been a marvellous 2000 in style...

MUZIK MAGAZINE and HOME are throwing a party to celebrate the most successful year of ERICSSON MUZIK AWARD winning DJ DANNY TENAGLIA's career.

Tenaglia's final British appearance of 2000 will come in the shape of a five hour set at Home in Leicester Square on December 2.

"What a year!" Tenaglia enthused to NME.COM. "I've celebrated 25 years of DJing, the new millennium - I've met new friends and faces, then received the two awards from Muzik! it couldn't have been more fantastic!"

The gig will be an all-night celebration for Tenaglia. The winner of Best DJ and Best Remixer at this year's Ericsson Muzik Awards sees the event as a chance to thank his ever-growing British crowd. "I'm looking forward to celebrating with my friends and peers in a more intimate way," he added, "and I'll be digging through my classics as well!"

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