A propos de Hindu Nights
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HINDU NIGHTS was an instant success from the start in 2008. Hindu Nights broke with the tradition of 13-in-a-dozen r&b, electro and techno parties that ruled the Belgian nightlife and resolutely chose for rock and roll on the dance-floor.
No more dancing to dull beats but back to letting go on poppy guitars. The country in which each village has its own festival, where Pukkelpop and Rock Werchter sell out time after time and where concerts of Peter Doherty, The Streets and Kings of Leon attract huge crouds, now also massively turns up for these parties where DJs present visitors the songs of Arctic Monkeys, Oasis and Amy Winehouse.
After selling out on the first editions, Hindu Nights was even asked to take care of the music in between and after the shows of Peter Doherty, Manic Street Preachers, The Sex Pistols, Babyshambles, The Van Jets, Paul Weller and The New York Dolls at Lokerse Feesten in 2009 and 2010. They also crossed the borders of East-Flanders with several, again sold-out, editions at Depot in Leuven.
As of 2010 the rock 'n roll circus found a new haven at Vooruit Ghent where the concept was lifted to new heights in the beautiful, exclusive and legendary concerthall.
•HiNDU NiGHTS is a celebration of life. Life, as in, lovely girls in skinny jeans, rock' roll, football, sex, love and friendship.
•"Übercool and always hopelessly sold out" (Studio Brussels)
•"Hindu nights always 'goes off' it's one of the highlights of my busy Djing life. What other night ends in a shambolic rampage of booze, music, girls and energy oozing from the decks?" (Adam Ficek - Babyshambles)
•"A mad rock 'n roll carnival" (Paul Gallagher)
•"Better than any rock 'n roll party in the UK" (Phil Smith/Oasis Tour DJ)
•"By far the best rock 'n roll party in the country" (indiestyle.be)
•"A mad crowd and one one of the best parties where I've DJd" (Eppo Janssen/Pukkelpop)
•"Just like to say that the night was really enjoyable, there was a fantastic vibe in the venue which I've not experienced since the days of the Hacienda in Manchester!" (Michael Spencer Jones)