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Trade: The Final with Nina Kraviz, Nicole Moudaber & Christian Smith



All good things must come to an end. Legendary  – and we don’t throw that term around lightly here at DT – after hours party Trade will sign off in style Sunday October 25th at Egg London from 2pm with an international billing featuring the likes of Nina Kraviz, Nicole Moudaber and Christian Smith.

Having ripped up the rulebook and established itself as a firm fixture on the capital’s clubbing landscape for a quarter of a century, Laurence Malice, Lee Freeman and Steven Sharp have pulled out all the stops to makes sure that the iconic night goes out with a bang, throwing one of the one of the biggest events of the year to mark its swan song.

From its legendary residency at Turnmills in Farringdon into the noughties to headlining sets to 500,000 people at Radio 1’s Love Parade and annual tents at London’s Gay Pride, Summer Rites and Tobacco Dock festivals, Trade has continually inspired and set the standard for cutting edge late night partying for an international polysexual crowd.

Trade continues to champion a seismic spread of house and techno DJs and their music with founder Laurence Malice saying “No gay club in this country has managed to equal this. Our music policy will forever be our most pivotal contribution to the club scene”.

Featuring over 35 DJs including Nina Kraviz, Nicole Moudaber, Christian Smith, Smokin Jo, Daz Saund, Trevor Rockliffe, Malcolm Duffy, Mark Moore (S’Xpress), the Sharp Boys, Tom Stephan, Pagano, Per QX, Jamie De Rooy, The Men Who Fell To Earth, Massimo Paramour, Justin Ballard, Guy Williams, Miguel Pellitero, Nick Tcherniak, Rachel Auburn, Pete Wardman, Ian M, BK, Andy Farley and Jon Langford (Knuckleheadz), Acidman, Kyle E, Sam Townend, Rosco, Sugabear, Tyron and surprise Trade legend we can’t think of anywhere we’d rather be this Sunday.

Advanced tickets have now sold out but a limited amount of VIP tickets are still available here.  A small amount of tickets will be available on the door from 10pm onwards.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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