The Official Circus Circus Reunion returns on Saturday 22 June in a brand new venue and with the most requested special guest of all time – Marc Oberon aka The Wizard.
Taking place in Mandela Hall, Belfast, the Official Circus Circus Reunion brings together the Big Top’s original house DJs alongside illusionist The Wizard for the ultimate night of nostalgic clubbing.
Dance to the biggest house music tunes from Circus’ illustrious early years of 1991-1993 when it changed the clubbing landscape forever and became home for a generation of revellers from across the province.
Iconic Circus DJs Robbie Nelson, Gleave, Jacko, Marty C, Computer and Dilly join forces to supply five hours of non-stop oldskool anthems.
Old friends are coming together to dance to tracks such as Love Decade – ‘Feel So Real’, Age of Love – ‘Age of Love’, Transformer 2 – ‘Pacific State’ and Havana – ‘Shift’.
The Wizard is the most requested special guest in the history of Circus Circus and makes his first appearance in Northern Ireland in a decade.
His mind-blowing UV show brings special effects, usually only witnessed on television, right to the heart of the audience.
In the early 90s The Wizard amazed Circus Circus crowds with his surreal twilight world where a carnival of creatures joined him on stage - fish swam in mid-air, ancient dragons roared, and The Wizard majestically floated in mid-air and even removed his head from his body!
Now he is back to do it all again as Circus Circus returns for its biggest reunion to date in Mandela Hall, Belfast, on Saturday 22 June.
Legendary Northern Ireland DJ Robbie Nelson says, “Mandela Hall is just perfect for this kind of gig. With its custom built sound system and quality acoustics it will add extra shine to the Circus anthems.
“The fact we have secured The Wizard to perform his breathtaking show live on stage for the first time in 10 years makes this the oldskool party of the year!”
Circus Circus returns on Saturday 22 June at Mandela Hall, Belfast, with special guest The Wizard alongside the original DJs. Tickets cost £15 plus booking fees (standard) and £20 plus booking fees (VIP) and are on sale now from www.ticketmaster.ie, www.shine.net, Queens Student Union and Ticketmaster outlets.