A typical HedKandi party

Iconic party Hedkandi parties returns in Newcastle and London

Alexandre Trochut
A typical HedKandi party, UK. 2018 - Credits : HedKandi

One of the best-loved house music brands knowned worldwide for its compilations Hedkandi has announced its revival with two very special one-off parties.

At the peak of its popularity in the 2000s throwing parties all across the world and reaching millions with its iconic series of mix CDs and compilations anyone who was clubbing will have fond memories of the legendary Hedkandi parties. After dominating the soulful house and disco scene in the UK & beyond for years, the brand is finally back for two comeback parties, the first one on Sunday 24 October will opens the doors of Newcastle’s Digital at 14.00 & relive the music and atmosphere of those nights while the second London show will follow at Cargo on the Saturday 13 November.

HedKandi returns parties Poster
HedKandi returns parties Poster. 2021 – Credits : HedKandi

Both the Newcastle and London shows will take back the crowd to the feeling of the original events at Pacha with truly over the top production, incredible music and an atmosphere including the very best Hedkandi residents and performers. More info & tickets to both shows on www.hedkandi.com/events 


More about HedKandi

Created by Mark Doyle in 1999, Hedkandi is a record label and international club sensation that has resided in Disco Heaven for over 20 years. What began as a record label releasing unmixed compilation CDs across a variety of genres it quickly became within a couple of years plenty of events which lead to a global phenomenon, with its unique blend of soulful house & disco sounds, a unpretentious vibe and championing of its core of resident DJs striking a chord.

In 2019, after a dormant period for the brand, Mark rejoined Hedkandi to curate the 20th anniversary events and in 2020, it was only existing through a weekly radio show which then became live streams show in exotic locations to keep the fans entertained during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.