Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
We have stolen our father’s car, rounded up the brat pack and are heading towards Beaumont at a steady speed of 88mph to reap some dancing havok upon the home of John Lithgow. This year, the Soundtracks DJs will get you partying to the best movies ever at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe… without the talky bits. Featuring Dirty Dance Offs, special guest DJs and VJs mashing up your favourite movie moments on the big screen as you get down to the greatest cinematic moments of all time. From Dirty Dancing, Ferris Bueller, Pulp Fiction, Grease, Pretty In Pink, Lock Stock, 8 Mile, St Elmo’s Fire to The Commitments, Superfly, Top Gun, Guardians of the Galaxy, and all their many many friends, Soundtracks will make sure that NOBODY is left in the corner at the ultimate Fringe party. The original movie tunes club night, Soundtracks is now coming to the Gilded Balloon for two Fringe-sized weekends, from Thu 8 to Sun 11 & Thu 15 - Sun 18 August at Gilded Balloon Teviot’s Nightclub from midnight till late.
Soundtracks is the original movie soundtracks club night, and has been playing to sold out audiences every Saturday in Camden, London, for over 10 years. Started by Sagar Shah, Keir Mills and Micky Russell, they’ve had guest slots at festivals up and down the country from Manchester to Brighton, including parties at Pinewood Studios, the Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre and beyond. Soundtracks unashamedly revels in the mastery of cinematic musical maestros as Kenny Loggins, John Parr, Joe Esposito, Irene Cara, Chuck Berry, Whitney Houston and the hundreds more who make movie music magic.
Soundtracks: Dance to the Movies! DJs in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe will be joined by VJ Buttercup who’s shared her super visual tricks with some of the best parties and artists in the country including Mark Ronson, Joe Goddard [Hot Chip/2 Bears], Craig Charles, Sara Cox [Just can't get enough 80's], Biffy Clyro, Guilty Pleasures, Edinburgh Hogmanay Street Party, OMG It's the Church and the Venga Boys.
‘I grew up going to Soundtracks and chanting songs into my friends' mouths. Every Saturday I wasn't gigging I spent at Soundtracks. It is the greatest night out.’ Alfie Brown, comedian