Taking place on the unique party boat ‘Bar & Co’, on the River Thames, clubbers who love house music are invited to dance their cares away to raise money for Centrepoint, the charity that works tirelessly to give homeless young people in London and around the UK a better future.

The theme of this event is Sunshine Vibes, so a boat on the Thames makes for the perfect venue. Sundowner drinks can be enjoyed on the stunning open-air deck of the ‘Bar & Co’ boat, whiledown on the lower deck Lizzie Curious will be joined by Miss Foster, Mike Fry and Kingy, all DJing house music to put a smile on your face and groove in your heart.

The event is  sponsored by the Sub Bass Academy of Electronic Music in London, where Lizzie tutors in Vocal Production, who will be giving away a free online course to a lucky ticket holder.Decoded Magazine, the iconic clothing brands Weekend Offender and Create & Destroy, plus the Neighbourhood bar in Brighton are also showing support by sponsoring the event.

Alongside a busy career working as a DJ/producer/vocalist, tutoring at Sub Bass and running her Curiousity Club record label, organiser Lizzie Curious makes time to run an event to raise money for charity every year.

She says: “I’ve been blessed with many fantastic opportunities in my life, so every year I try to give a little something back. At our last Curiousity Club charity event we raised enough money for Centrepoint to fund a room for a homeless young person for a year. We hope to achieve at least that again this time, whilst giving our partygoers a really great night to remember!”