Hedkandi is one of the best-loved house music brands of all time, at the peak of its popularity throwing parties all across the world and reaching millions with its iconic series of mix CDs and compilations.
After celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2019, they’ve now announced a revival with two special one-off events!
For years, Hedkandi dominated the soulful house and disco scene in the UK and beyond, and anyone who was clubbing in the 2000s will have fond memories of their legendary parties.
On Sunday 24 October they will open the doors of Newcastle’s Digital and relive the music and atmosphere of those nights. The London show then follows on Saturday 13 November at Cargo.
Both the Newcastle and London shows (running through the day into the evening) promise to take you back to the feeling of the original Hedkandi events at Pacha, with truly over-the-top production, incredible music and an atmosphere that is second to none.
Hedkandi 2021 lineups & ticket info
Hedkandi at Digital, Newcastle
24 October – 14.00-21.00
Mike Van Loon
Soraya Vivian (Live PA)
Lady V (Sax)
Hedkandi at Cargo, London
13 November – 14.00-21.00
Katherine Ellis (Live PA)
The NVRLND Performers
+ more special guests
Expect day parties with the very best Hedkandi residents and performers. For more info and tickets to both shows, head to Hedkandi’s event page.
More about Hedkandi
Created by Mark Doyle in 1999 while working for Jazz FM, Hedkandi began as a record label, releasing unmixed compilation CDs across a variety of genres.
Within a couple of years, it branched out into events and was soon a global phenomenon, with its unique blend of soulful house and disco sounds, together with a fun-loving, unpretentious vibe.
After a dormant period for the brand, in 2019 Mark rejoined Hedkandi to curate the 20th anniversary events. Following a successful run of parties, 2020 saw Mark exclusively running the Hedkandi events brand presenting the weekly Hedkandi radio show and successfully introducing live streams in exotic locations to keep the fans entertained during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.