Club Fierce: Dance Amnesty
Jonjo Jury, Last Yearz Interesting Negro / Jamila Johnson-Small, Yshee Black, Saffron, Te Te Bang, Brian Lobel
Club Fierce is back to close Birmingham’s International Dance Festival, the award-winning biennial festival, with an unmissable party. For BIDF, we’re harbouring some of the world’s Fiercest dance outlaws to whom no move is illegal. Away from the law, these mavericks will pull any shapes they like, and you’re invited to join them.
LAST YEARZ INTERESTING NEGRO/JAMILA JOHNSON-SMALL
& HOSTED BY YSHEE BLACK
JONJO JURY (SAVAGE)
TE TE BANG
CLUB FIERCE DJs
Club Fierce is back to close Birmingham’s International Dance Festival, with an unmissable party. We’re harbouring some of the world’s Fiercest dance outlaws to whom no move is illegal. Away from the law, these mavericks will pull any shapes they like.
Following her sold our World Premiere at Fierce 2017 LAST YEARZ INTERESTING NEGRO/JAMILA JOHNSON-SMALL presents new performance Fury1 featuring Rowdy SS, straight from performances at the Palais De Tokyo in Paris. Hulahooping, roller skating All Stars SAFFRON will be lightening up proceedings, literally. BRIAN LOBEL‘s Hold My Hand and We’re Halfway There links Depression- era Dance Marathons, where contestants danced until they dropped in pursuit of fame and fortune, to young boys dancing in their bedroom after school, where they too dance until they dropped, often hoping for fame and fortune. And of course, our Hostess with the Mostess is out on bail: YSHEE BLACK is back!
JONJO JURY has been one of London’s most switched on DJs, playing an energetic, sweaty selection of electronic, house and disco at some of the city’s brashest parties. Trash, Durr, Hot Boy Dancing Spot and now the wonderful Savage have all been his musical playgrounds. TE TE BANG brings fun and frolics to any dance floor with her mix of commercial pop, club favourites, 90s and noughties r’n’b and hip hop, girl power pop and kitsch camp sounds. With a strong eye for aesthetic and style, her kawaii, power pop plastic fantastic energy has been blowing up the London club kid and creative scene for the past five years.
Watch the video from the last Club Fierce below.