Former Radio One DJ announces gig at Unit Nine in Milton Keynes
This famous trance DJ will be performing live in Milton Keynes this year.
Veteran trance DJ, and former Radio One presenter, Judge Jules will be performing in Milton Keynes this Summer.
Judge Jules is one of the first nationally-known artists to announce a return date in the borough ahead of all restrictions, around live music, being lifted on June 21.
June 21, is the crucial date for live gigs, if the vaccination rollout stays on track, and infection rates don't spike and new Covid variants aren't prevalent, that's when live music without social contact restrictions can restart across the country.
Jules has announced a show at Unit Nine in Milton Keynes on Saturday September 18, he will be performing with a live band. A full 10-piece band, with brass, percussion, drums, bass guitar, lead guitar, keyboard and singers, will accompany the DJ throughout this tour scheduled for 10 dates in various English cities.
A mission statement for this tour described by an event spokesperson is to: 'take the impact and emotion of the classical shows, but refine the feeling with a wholly new take on live dance music'.
Each song performed has been reworked to complement the live band, it will run for 90 minutes and aims to encompass the entirety of the longstanding DJ's career.
The tour is called, Judge Jules Live Jules described the concept behind the gigs, stating: “There is something about music being played live that never fails to send shivers down your spine – it doesn’t matter what the genre is, hearing a track performed by live musicians on stage is something you cannot replicate in the studio, or even on the best nightclub environment.
"So, I decided to create my own bespoke versions of my all-time favourite records with a specially selected band. It’s taken a long time to put together, but finally we look forward to taking the “Judge Jules Live” tour on the road. This truly is a new take on the ‘live dance music’ phenomenon and the tour bus starts rolling shortly."