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Solardo, Demaya, Feeona and FWRS Live in Doha

24 May @ 6:00 pm

Refusing to be pigeonholed into any one dance genre, the UK’s Solardo has long proven their ability as musical chameleons, resulting in a growing discography that’s as impressively varied as it is seamless. From huge techno chart-topper “Riser” to outdoor anthem ‘I Can’t Wait’ alongside Tiësto and Poppy Baskcomb or 2019’s revision of Marshall Jefferson’s timeless “Move Your Body,” it’s clear that Solardo can simply do no wrong. Solardo’s latest release, “Big Talk”, sees the duo take it to the studio with Idris Elba for the first time, dimming the lights for a sizzling production that’s been turning the heads of many already.

From playing for epic crowds at festivals like Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, Ultra Music Festival Miami, Creamfields, and Parklife to some of the world’s biggest superclubs as well as some of the world’s most respected clubs, Solardo adapts to whichever crowd is put in front of them. Next to their history of releasing on the biggest labels in the game, from Ultra to Hot Creations to Relief to Toolroom, they focus their A&R efforts on their three labels: Sola Music (representing the kind of dancefloor-focused tracks they play in their sets), Sola Nauts (for their crossover output) and Sola Eclipse (for darker, more late-night minimal sounds).

Date: Friday 24 May
Time: 6pm-11:59 pm | Doors open at 6 pm
Location: Doha Gulf Club


QAR195- Regular


Please note that national or religious dress will not be allowed.
Age restrictions: 21+
Enter only with QID or Original Passport. No copies or metrash is accepted

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