By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 11 Aug 2014 • 14:13
Superclub Aqwa Mist in Puerto Banús is staying ahead of the pack with headlining acts such as Rudimental and DJ Snake, hot on the tail of last week’s showstopper by rapper Chris Brown.
Back by popular demand, leading British band Rudimental play a DJ set at Aqwa Mist this coming Wednesday 13th August when the resort hits its summer peak.
Rudimental, who played Glastonbury to great acclaim this summer, are one of the bands to watch currently in the UK. Winners of a Brit Award 2014 for British Single with Waiting All Night, Mobo Award and multi-platinum record sales in UK and Australia, and named festival band of the summer of 2013, Rudimental rose to prominence with their single, Feel The Love, with singer John Newman, earning them a Brit last year. They have recorded with Emeli Sandé and Becky Hill. Invited by Jay-Z’s label Roc Nation to play the Made in America Festival, Philadelphia, and the Future Music Festival in Australia,
Rudimental DJ hit Aqwa Mist Puerto Banús on Wednesday 13th August, playing one of the most privileged small venue Dj’ing gigs following an epic tour taking in Glastonbury, Finland, Poland, London, Serbia and Spain.
A guaranteed sell out, tables are going fast. For reservations call: Tel: 951 506 248.
Taking opulence to a new level, Aqwa Mist is the ultimate super club in Puerto Banús, the cool interior, complete with cascading water features inside and out, includes a 30-metre waterfall.
Opened in 2012, the club boasts a state-of-the-art sound system. Open 1am- 6am weekdays and 1-7am at weekends. For the celebrity treatment, Aqwa Mist offers a Super VIP room, with private bar, dedicated waiter and rock pool Jacuzzi for the ultimate in cool clubbing.
A magnet for celebrities, Aqwa Mist counts Eva Longoria, Tinie Tempah, Lauren Pope, and Man United’s Luke Shaw are among the famous faces to have enjoyed the Aqwa Mist clubbing experience.
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