RedWolf presents Fight Club, a decadent, hot and underground party with house and progressive music, powered by SCRUFF.
The first Fight Club party will take place on Saturday, September 24th 2016, from 11:45pm to 9:30am at Gibus in the heart of Paris.
This new party is darker and more underground than RedWolf's other productions with a decandent and provocative atmosphere, a large dark room (the « fight room ») for those who want a 1-on-1 or a 1-on-many.
Music keeps a central role with the presence of superstar DJ Tom Stephan coming directly from London for the event, who has recently played at the Beef in Tel Aviv and at the gay circuit festival in Barcelona. He will be surrounded by Teddy J, DJ Kingstone and Manuel Blanch.
RedWolf will take ownership of the Gibus for the time of a night, with our own team to control both the lights and video screen, our Gogos and an incredible erotic hot show. More to be announced on the Facebook page of the event.
Passionate and rocked by pop music, Teddy pace his sets with tribal rythm, vocals and loud melodies. As an autodidact musican, he now works on his own productions.
Tom Stephan is a US-born UK-based DJ having headlined the world's most highly regarded parties and clubs. In the studio, he's among the most accomplished, and in the club he creates an unrelenting dance-floor experience that is unrivaled in terms of intensity, creativity, and fluidity.
RedWolf resident since 2014, DJ Kingstone imposes his style with a deep bass vocal house music which is appreciated by clubbers. He recently played in Brazil, Israel, Germany, Korea and Switzerland.
Manuel Blanch is a 25-year-old Parisian DJ, well known for his colorful progressive music, and driven by his explosive energy behind the decks. Besides his DJ career, Manuel is also a model and an actor.
Our own lights & video team will develop the right atmosphere for Fight Club.
Our sexy fighters will battle in front of you for your pleasure.
An erotic show performed by naked performers to raise the temperature.
Ideally located in the heart of Paris, close to the gay district, the Gibus started as a rock concert hall, and since 2014 the unavoidable gay club of Paris.
Opened in 1967, the hall situated on Rue Faubourg du Temple had its glory days as a rock/punk music venue and as a nightclub in the late 70s. Nowadays, the Gibus hosts a varied program of parties targeting mainly the gay public.
Ideally situated at 18 rue du Faubourg du Temple in the 11th district, near the République square, only at a 10 minute walk from from the Marais, the gay district of Paris.
The Gibus is like no other venue, with its entrance on an interior courtyard, two large spaces which can host two different programs, several bars and cloakrooms as well as a smoking area.
Presale tickets for this event can be purchased online on www.myqrticket.com until Saturday September 24th at noon. Afterwards, tickets will only be on sale at the door.
If you have not received the email containing your ticket or if you have lost it, you can go to the website www.myqrticket.com, in the "Service Après-Vente" section and select to either download or resend the emails. You can also request assistance in the "Nous contacter" section, support is provided in English or French.