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Trevor Nelson Lines Up Christmas And New Year's Eve Shows In London

Wednesday, 07 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Trevor Nelson returns to London to present two Christmas and New Year's Eve shows this season.

First up, the DJ will host the Big Soul Nation Christmas party at KOKO in Camden Town on December 8, boasting a line up including a guest appearance from Lemar. 

Following that, Nelson's annual NYE Classics party will take over Omeara for an old school celebration as he and his guest DJs dig deep and play a selection of classic RNB hits from the last 30 years across four rooms.

Tickets are on sale now, priced from £20.00/£30.00 plus booking fees.

Trevor Nelson Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 09 2018 - LEAMINGTON SPA Assembly Rooms
Sat November 10 2018 - LONDON Omeara
Fri November 23 2018 - CARDIFF Tramshed Cardiff
Fri November 30 2018 - SHEFFIELD Plug
Sat December 01 2018 - BRIGHTON Concorde 2
Sat December 08 2018 - LONDON KOKO
Sat December 15 2018 - NORTHAMPTON Roadmender
Wed December 26 2018 - BRISTOL SWX
Fri December 28 2018 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Sat December 29 2018 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Mon December 31 2018 - LONDON Omeara
Fri February 15 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Wylam Brewery
Sat February 23 2019 - NORWICH Open
Sat March 02 2019 - LEEDS Wardrobe

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