sport pig with mansion at the bright pearl

MANSION debuts at Sport Pig this Friday


Sometimes the best thing about partying is going out for Chinese food after.

In January 2006 Pink Mafia had the great idea of combining both into one of their trademark parties, Sport Pig.

The Bright Pearl was pounding with great beats while delicious dim sum aroma was floating around the room, making that night one of the most memorable parties in the last few years.

In 2007 the magic was repeated while plenty of white snow was falling outside.

This Friday September 26, after a year on hiatus, Sport Pig returns to Chinatown, sporting an all-proud all-Toronto lineup including the official debut of MANSION.

MANSION is the powerful duo of talented DJ Barletta (who Gary got a chance to talk to back in July), and DJ Violca (formerly of Fritz Helder And The Phantoms).

They met not so long ago, but their creative chemistry is so strong that they are already pumping tunes and remixes all over and getting recognition in some of the best music blogs. With strong musical backgrounds, good connections and great sounds, MANSION has it written all over them to be the next big thing to come out of Toronto.

If you are planning to go, make sure to get there early as it will for sure reach capacity early on in the night and there are no advanced tickets.

Sport Pig Presents: MANSION @ The Bright Pearl

With Special Guest DJs:
Vaneska, St. Mandrew, Syntonics DJs, Nasty Nav and Merk Meny (Peer Pressure)
Friday, September 26, 2008
The Bright Pearl (346-348 Spadina (One Block North Dundas, west Side)
9PM-2AM
$10

Photography by Carlos Weisz / KineticForm and from MANSION's mySpace


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