Dear Summer II ft. DJ Tunez

First Family presents

Dear Summer II ft. DJ Tunez

meaux, 1-hunnered

Friday Jul 27

10:30 pm

$15

This event is 18 and over

First Family is back with DEAR SUMMER II, the second installment of last year’s vibrant party centered around all kinds of music, all types of people, and all levels of energy. They raise the bar this year with a bigger venue and bigger guest. Afro beats ambassador DJ Tunez joins resident DJs meaux and 1-hunnered as the mischief comes to the one and only U Street Music Hall. Come with a smile and come ready to dance.

 

FIRST FAMILY is an event-based community of multimedia artists, designers, DJs, event producers, and above all, friends. We create intimate experiences centered around the things we love.

 

***Ages 18-20 by advance ticket only. $20 day of show.***

 

No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.

DJ Tunez
Born Michael Baba Tunde Adeyinka, DJ Tunez’s career began through word of mouth. After DJing his local church’s Christmas party as a teen, his African community in South Brooklyn began to take a liking to his ability to play music with an afrobeats focus to crowds old and young — a byproduct of his musical curiosity, and access to his dad’s record collection at home. This local attention encouraged him to start throwing parties of his own around the city.

DJ Tunez’s live sets are engineered to make your body move. During a given performance, one might hear the newest in rap, or the exact right R&B classic. But the foundation of his sets, and what the people come for, is African music. The 28-year-old has become a go-to DJ and dot connector in the African community of New York City and beyond, throwing some of the city’s most anticipated and attended African music nights. In 2015, he was asked by Wizkid to join Starboy Entertainment, as the Nigerian megastar’s official DJ. - The Fader
meaux
A Northern-Virginia-to-New-York-City DJ, meaux thoughtfully blends sounds, genres, and geographies. If you've had the pleasure of hearing him play — out and about in New York, or at the regular parties he throws with friends in D.C. — you'll recognize that quality as something of a signature style of his. - The Fader
1-hunnered
Not the type of guy to sell you on gimmicks or an image, 1-hunnered has kept a low-profile while rocking parties for at least a decade. Whether playing for a crowd of 5 or 500, any set from 1-hunnered is guaranteed to make you move.
Venue Information:
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009
http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/