Put your trust in Honey Dijon to host a peerless club experience as she headlines two nights with different DJs pushing the limits of their craft.
On Saturday 9 September she invites AQWEA and Kampire into the booth.
And on Saturday 16 September, she’s joined by Red Pig Flower and Gayance.
AQWEA is a born-and-raised south Londoner who treats audiences to thoughtful selections on her monthly residency at NTS Radio. AQWEA credits her DJ sets as the space where her identity finds its truest form of expression, via a warm exchange of eclectic sounds. Her genre-agnostic style journeys through eras, moods and tempos – expect nods to her native Ghanaian roots, soulful blends of house, jazz, jungle, garage and everything in between.
Kampire is among East Africa's most exciting DJs and a core member of Kampala's Nyege Nyege collective. Her vibrant bass-heavy sets bring the best of Ugandan party culture to clubs and festivals across the world. DAZED summarised her sets as including ‘Afro-house, Latin bass, St Lucian soca, Congolese soukous, baile funk, kudoro, gqom and other, currently nameless and undefinable genres coming out of studios in Kampala.’
Korean-Japanese producer, visual artist, label owner and DJ Red Pig Flower has become a highly respected figure in Berlin’s underground electronic music scene. As a DJ Red Pig Flower’s sound traverses playful house and tripped-out minimal sounds, through to more textured techno and groove-driven loops.
Gayance, meanwhile, lives up to her name – the Haitian Creole word for joyfulness. Her sets are a journey through Black history. She collects vinyl covering Afro-Latin jazz, Caribbean and West-African music, and electronic music from both sides of the Atlantic – delivering it all with unforgettable energy. Her album Mascarade was released on Rhythm Section international in February 2023.
Need to know
For ages 18+ only
ID and bag checks are in place on entry. We have a zero tolerance drugs policy across all of our venues at the Southbank Centre.
Last entry 2am.
Please note that smoke, haze, strobe and flashing light effects may be used during this performance.
Dates & times
9 & 16 Sep, 10pm
- Standard entrySuper Early Bird £25, Early Bird £35, Final Release £40*
- Concessions25%, not available on Early Bird tickets**
* Excludes £3.50 booking fee.
** Limited availability. Read about concessions.
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Queen Elizabeth Hall
Our address is: Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX. The nearest tube and train stations within 5-7 minutes walk are Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines) and Embankment (District & Circle lines). There are also lots of bus routes with stops 2-5 minutes from our venues. For more information on getting here by road, rail or river.
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An accessible toilet is located in the foyer.
A Changing Places toilet is located on Level 1 Royal Festival Hall next to the JCB Glass Lift, for the exclusive use of disabled people who need personal assistance to use the toilet.
The facility includes a height-adjustable bench, tracking hoist system, a centrally-placed toilet, a height-adjustable basin and a shower. The phone outside the Changing Places toilet will connect you with a member of staff, who can provide you with the key. The facility is open daily 10am – 11pm.
The Queen Elizabeth Hall cloakroom is closed. You won’t be able to bring any bags over 40 x 25 x 25cm into the Queen Elizabeth Hall, so please leave large bags at home.
Please note that we're unable to accept cash payments across our site.
For step-free access from the Queen Elizabeth Hall Slip Road off Belvedere Road to the Queen Elizabeth Hall auditorium seating (excluding rows A to C) and wheelchair spaces in the Rear Stalls, plus Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer and the Purcell Room, please use the Queen Elizabeth Hall main entrance.
To reach this entrance, enter the Royal Festival Hall via the Southbank Centre Square Doors. Take the JCB Glass Lift to Level 2 and exit to the Riverside Terrace. Turn right to find the Queen Elizabeth Hall main entrance.
You can also use the external lift near the Artists' Entrance on Southbank Centre Square to reach Mandela Walk, Level 2.
For access to the Queen Elizabeth Hall auditorium seating rows A to C and wheelchair spaces in the Front Stalls, please enter via the Artists' Entrance in the Queen Elizabeth Hall Slip Road (Level 1).
Talk to a member of staff at the auditorium entrance if you have a disability that means you can’t queue, or you need extra time to take your seat. They can arrange priority entry for you as soon as the doors open.
Please bear with us while we update our access map to reflect the refurbishment of the Royal Festival Hall’s Level 2 foyer spaces. The step-free routes remain the same.