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The Stepney venue will host the charity bash on 30 April
By IQ on 07 Apr 2016
Troxy in east London will this month host an evening of live dance music aimed at raising awareness of male cancer.
The black-tie Masquerave, organised by cancer charity One for the Boys and carmaker Fiat, will feature DJ sets by Faithless, Eats Everything, Tom Findlay of Groove Armada, Jamie xx, Jillionaire, Seth Troxler, Catchment, Patrick Topping and yet-to-be-announced surprise guest, while in attendance will be “DJs, dance legends and celebrities getting together to show their support, inviting the public to raise money for the fight against male cancer”.
Tickets for the Saturday 30 April event are available now for £42.50 per person or £580 for a VIP table for four.
The independently owned Troxy (pictured), an art-deco former cinema opened in 1933, is a multi-purpose music and events venue with a capacity of 3,100 for live music.
Here’s the line-up as it stands: