The popular DJ has announced that registration is open for his VIPS ONLY event, which is a celebration of the local music and nightlife scene.
South African musician and DJ Euphonik is preparing to host another edition of the VIPS ONLY event, which is an exclusive event that aims to celebrate the party and music scene in the country.
This year’s Johannesburg event is set to take place on Sunday, 28 October 2018.
Previous VIPS ONLY events were hosted at Rockets in Bryanston, The Sands in Sandton, Jamie’s Italian in Melrose Arch, as well as at Koi Menlyn Maine, Pretoria.
In an article published by local media today, 10 October 2018, the DJ noted that he is quite passionate about the party and music scene in its entirety, which is why he hosts such events to try and bring people together.
“I love performing and partying all around the world; from Miami to Ibiza, but there’s no place like home. It’s always great seeing people have a good time and appreciate music.”
Those interested in attending the event are encouraged to register on www.vipsonly.co.za to receive an exclusive invite.
Thereafter, further information regarding venue, times and dress code will be relayed in response to the registration.
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