The team that brought you the , Big Reunion 2015 and Flashback Parties, are back by popular demand to give you one of KL’s best and most anticipated retro recall experience.
Come November 18, 2017, fans and former members of legendary KL clubs as Piccadilly, Tin Mine and Scandals club will be 'reunited' to re-live glory of the great heydays having the original line-ups of its DJs and of course, the music. All original DJs from the above mentioned legendary clubs will bring you original dancefloor hits exactly like how it was played and arranged from that golden nostalgic clubbing era and most importantly, original people, many of whom have uniquely bonded as friends up to this day.
Party with unforgettable tracks from the likes of Kool & the Gang, Chaka Khan, the Blow Monkeys, Tatsuro Yamashita, Gilberto Gil, Marvin Gaye, Earth Wind and fire, Donna Summer, Level 42, Swingout Sisters, Commodores, Terence Trent Darby, Michael Jackson, George Benson and more including hard to find rare grooves with real classy dance-floor hits from actual happening above said clubs of the past.
The deejays promise to “take it to where it was back to in good old days”. These DJs include original club Legends like Charles B, Zaf & Ariff (Julianas from London) off Tin Mine, Q from Scandals and the notorious Jim & Kishore of Piccadilly.
And, of course, a little background on the three memorable clubs.
Petaling Jaya’s legendary club Piccadilly, which ceased operations 20 years ago, drew large crowds — especially during the weekends — to its legendary venue at Damansara Atria, with an average of about 350 people coming mainly because of its good music, ambience and bright neon lights. Piccadilly was known for their unforgettable tea dance parties.
Tin Mine, from its original venue at the original Hilton KL (then Crowne Plaza, now demolished) on Jalan Sultan Ismail, was the place to be and be seen on Saturday nights back in the 80s. It was the joint where the rich and beautiful hob-nobbed. The interior was styled around the theme of a tin mine. Many Malaysian bands like The Strollers, The Revolvers, The Falcons and Alleycats performed regularly there. Some of the bands later became recording artistes and some had successful stints overseas. That era was considered the Golden Age of Malaysian bands. Dress code was enforced during weekends, but not on week nights. Club Tin Mine did not permit plain T-shirts, beanies, dew rags, headbands or bandannas, hoodies, cut off or sleeveless shirts.
As for Scandals, it was 1986 and the club scene was bucking the country’s economic trend. The club to be seen in was Scandals. It was at the back of KL Plaza (now Fahrenheit 88), on Jalan Bukit Bintang, KL. It only gets packed in the weekends and the crowd are all dressed up to kill. Scandals was also known to have the best crowd when it comes to “A” Listers & celebrity’s in the social scene.
November 18’s party will be held at the recently opened venue at KX Kuala Lumpur, located at Life Centre, 20, Jalan Sultan Ismail, KL.
Presale tickets for the party is priced at RM55 and includes one drink + a Piccadilly Mix Cd for first 200 walk ins. There will also be tickets at the door at RM75 + 1 drink.
For details, call 019-219 7336 or log on to
KX Kuala Lumpur : Jalan Sultan Ismail 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +60 13-345 2724
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