KISS FM Saturday night coming to the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

19:50 03 May 2014

Saturday Night Kiss at The Forum Hertfordshire

Saturday Night Kiss at The Forum Hertfordshire

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A new Saturday club night is set to launch at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield next weekend.

Saturday Night Kiss at The Forum HertfordshireSaturday Night Kiss at The Forum Hertfordshire

On Saturday, May 10, KISS FM brings the first club night experience of Saturday Night KISS to Hatfield.

DJs will play the best party beats in house, RnB, bass and garage and will feature MC Majestic, AJ, Steve Smart and Wideboys, plus a very special live PA.

From the radio to the dance floor, SNK will be the party destination for your Saturday Night.

Tickets for Saturday Night KISS are on sale now from www.kissfmuk.com priced at £10 and £8 students.

Doors open at 10pm and kicking of proceedings are Eddie Craig & Jim Sullivan, aka Wideboys, whose eclectic talents are sure to raise the roof.

Spinning party beats from House to drum ‘n’ bass, the night will be hosted by Majestic.

Joining the man himself on Saturday, May 10 will be one of the hottest new DJs of the moment, AJ, whose skills on the decks never fail to impress.

Next up is Steve Smart, who never leaves the house without the biggest club tunes and now brings a selection of the best to The Forum.

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