Tribal Sessions of the most iconic names of the underground music scene is coming to London this autumn and is looking to set base at Vauxhalls famous club Fire. Starting on 9th October, Tribal Sessions will be hosted by Jozef K as party resident. Tribal Sessions remains one of the longest residencies. The roots of this movement are entrenched in the original acid house movement back in the early 1990s when the Tribal Gathering festivals united all walks of dance music culture together. In 2000, Tribal Sessions was born at Manchester’s Sankeys, from its visionary promoter David Vincent, followed by arguably one of the greatest urban events the UK had ever seen, where in 2003 Tribal Gathering took over a vast warehouse space in the city.
A spokesperson for Fire said: “We have always hugely respected what David Vincent has created within the fast moving dance music world, both with Sankeys and Tribal Sessions evolving into two globally renowned names. We were looking for a strong, regular event series every Friday to work alongside our Saturday offer of Fire: In Session events and feel that Tribal Sessions is the perfect fit. We feel inspired to continue the legacy and bring the Tribal magic to Fire this autumn and we have got some great names secured, along with resident Jozef K, which will be announcing very soon. Tribal’s diverse and dynamic approach is perfect for Fire, and we can really experiment with the bookings whilst keeping Tribal’s essence at the heart of it all.”