Friday 09 6 2006
21:00:00 - 22:00:00() - food
It has been since La Terremotto in 2006 that we didn't have one so : time for an organic barbeque ! Café Capital is an ideal location with the superb terrace with view over the park.
To know how much meat to buy, tickets only available in presale
To have a cheap price (6 euro) we have to limit the offer, so as much as we would have loved to offer a veggie bbq, we can't (unless you decide to bring at least 10 others with you)
You will get (all organic): 1 hamburger, 1 sausage with delicious herbs, 1 portion of ribs, that'll be about 300 grs of meat + salad + bbq potato + bread. Mmmmmh ...
Starts at 20:00, finished at 22:00
Everyone is welcome from 20:00 on, even if you didn't buy a bbq ticket. You just pay 8 euro at the entrance and get no food ;)
Presale stops at August 31st as we then have to order the meat !
22:00:00 - 23:00:00(Antwerpen (BE)) - dj
The "girls" of Antwerp who don't take themselves too serious. Their music will make you cry, sing, love, forget and get together. They want you to move your ass and will do their utmost so that you will do it with grace. Prepare for an adventure in comporary music digging in electro, disco and eighties and somewhat further. Would they be linked to Les Bourgeois known from preivous Los Ninos parties?
23:00:00 - 00:00:00(Madrid (ES)) - concert
La Terremoto de Alcorcon
Surely you know her. She has the most famous video on the net, "Time Goes by Con Loli". With her bag of outfits, she (and her 2 boys) fly from Madrid to New York to London to present her new cd!
00:00:00 - 03:00:00(Amsterdam (NL)) - dj
ELECTRO.ITALO.DISCO.ROCK. Emma Elisabet Baas was born on the 29th of march 1978 in Delft, the Netherlands. Coming from a musical family, both sister and steph-father drummers, at home everything was about music. When Emma was 18 years old, she moved to Rotterdam to study at the school of Arts, and gratuated as an art-director in Advertising in 2000. During her study she bought 2 old recordplayers, (one without pitch) borrowed a mixer from a friend and threw parties at home. Thatâ€™s where her passion for music and dj-ing grew stronger. After her study she travelled around the world to dance, she was a part of â€˜Aquarella do Brasilâ€™ a brazillian samba showballet from Rotterdam. After one year of dancing she started working for a filmproduction company. For two years she free-lanced as an assistant producer and assistant director. Only from â€™02 she became more active as a dj. Every month in Club Stalker in Haarlem Monica Electronica and Estelle Decibel played as a dj duo by the name: â€˜De Nachtzustersâ€™ (â€˜The Nightsistersâ€™). In the summer of â€™03, Monica Electronica and two of her friends (one of them Dj Josz Lebon) felt it was time for a residency, so they created a place of there own.. A new bar was born on the roof of the Van Nelle factory in Rotterdam and called it: Bar Tabac. They set the tone with a not often heard sound in the region: ElectroItaloDiscoNewbeatRock.. Her connection with Electronation really took her dj career a few steps further. She started playing in several famous clubs in Holland. In â€˜04 Monica Electronica started to travel around to spin the weels with international gigs.
03:00:00 - 06:00:00(London (UK)) - dj
"I don't have an official text..u can write whatever u want: I was born in detroit, grew up in brooklyn, new york...lived in berlin the last few years working as an international dj and founder of the Black Girls Coalition project and club...currently living in london...resident dj on sunday nites at Marvellous...etc.", says the rock diva.
22:00:00 - 06:00:00(Brussel/Antwerpen (BE)) - visuals
Jean Paul Lespagnard
Jean-Paul Lespagnard is a fashion designer, costume designer for theatre and dance, visual artist and stylist for magazines. He combines a great sense of fashion with a fascination for high and low art and for popular culture in all its shapes and forms.
Jean-Paul studied visual arts and fashion design in Liège (Belgium) and Luxembourg. He was a collaborator of Anna Sui (New York) for two collections and was an assistant to Annemie Verbeke (Brussels). He has created the costumes for several theatre and dance productions and is a regular collaborator of choreographer Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods (Brussels / Berlin).
In 2008 Jean-Paul won two awards at the International Fashion Festival in Hyères (France), which led to the creation of a capsule collection for the French brand 123. He recently founded his own brand, Jean-Paul Lespagnard, and presents his second women's ready-to-wear collection during Paris Fashion Week in October 2011.
All Jean-Paul!s creations reveal an overflowing imagination and he eloquently succeeds in communicating his optimistic universe where originality and offbeat style go hand in hand with a playful irreverence for convention and the generally accepted.
Jean-Paul Lespagnard wants to offer luxury, not material luxury but the real thing: the freedom to be who you want to be.