Mid-Life Krisis are a Swindon-based sound system collective who host Multi Genre Dance events - usually at the Victoria and Level 3.
The Christmas Diversify event will take place on Monday 27 December and will see respected Jungle DJ, Mrs Magoo, alongside a diverse line up of local djs including Jada Funk, G Style, Jane Mckay and DJs from Mid-Life Krisis’ own extended family, Larnie Moles, Crinklee and Savo.
The event will run from 7pm - 2am at The Victoria.
Co-founder of Mid-Life Krisis, Aaron Prince, said: “After providing live streams throughout lock down and keeping people entertained and creating almost a Mid Life community we are thanking those who supported us by putting on dance events.
“Our events cater for all dance music tastes and we try and vary the DJs from Techno to Trance, Drum and Bass to Jungle, Old Skool, House and more. Using a mixture of local DJs, djs we know through our network friends and fellow sound systems and with tma special guest at each event it is always different.”
Mid-Life Krisis will also be providing all the decor, lighting, sound system and DJ equipment for the night.
Tickets are available in advance or on the door and will be priced at £5 (plus booking fee if online).
Tickets for the event can be found at https://www.seetickets.com/event/diversify-multi-genre-dance-night/the-vic/2119346
Aaron Prince along with help from his friends, co founded Mid-Life Krisis (MiLK) in 2019.
He said: “We basically started Mid-Life as a way of getting some of our friends together outdoors and sharing our passion for music. We soon realised after putting on a few small shows that we might be able to share our little events with like-minded people, and put on our first public event in January 2020.
“The event was a great success and plans were made then covd hit. We pushed on with plans but it soon became apparent we would not be putting on live, in-person events for some time, so we entered the Live Streaming world.
“I honestly believe that without the live streams and the community we built over lockdown, Mid-Life events wouldn’t be what they are today. I love what we have made and want to share it with anyone that fancies joining us and listening and dancing to music they might not generally listen to or hear in the mainstream.”
More information about the collective can be found on the Mid-Life Krisis Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1016606422082261/?ref=share