With the new announcement that gatherings may only contain a maximum of 6 people, it's clear that things won't be returning to normal for quite some time, and least of all, nightlife. However, that's not to say that a good night out isn't on the cards. Striving to prove just that, Leeds based DJ and party thrower Papa Nugs has announced that on 29th September, he will be hosting a socially distanced event at Sheaf Street. Arranged into three times slots of varying genres with DJ and producer Bakey performing at 21:15, the event will consist of distanced tables of 6. Tables must be booked in groups of either 3 or 6, and you get a choice of time slot.
SAVOURY w/ Bakey (Garage/Breaks)
UMAMI (Booty House/Electro/Breaks)
Discussing the upcoming event, he said "FLAVAS is all about trying to support Leeds based artists who have been affected by everything going on right now. If this first trial event goes well, then every week we are going to invite a different artist to provide the visuals, a different artist to help us with decor, and a different DJ/musician to headline the middle time slot. On top of this, it’s at one of our favourite venues in Leeds that needs our support now more than ever. It’s definitely gunna be super weird but it’s the only safe type of party we can have at the moment so we’re gunna have a proper pop at it!"