Guest DJ Dan Williams at The Drift
February 04, 2016
Join us in The Drift on Saturday 28th May as we welcome
DJ Dan Williams
(Jezebels / Novikov / Pacha / Amnesia)
Supported by resident DJs Craig Alder & Tam
Saturday 28th May 2016
Free entry. Over 21s only.
For table reservations please contact: [email protected]
Arrive early to avoid disappointment
DJ DAN WILLIAMS
Dan Williams was Jezebel’s main DJ since the party began in 2002. As well as carving out his own DJ career he has played every Jezebel event worldwide. Playing every event from Ibiza to L.A, New York, London, Mumbai and Berlin, his attitude represents a passion for djing forming the prefect sound to rock any dance floor. “ I play across the board – no boundaries. It’s only ever being about getting people to dance. “
For four years Dan played alongside some of the world’s finest DJs every week, including Jazzy Jeff, Mark Ronson, David Guetta, Pete Tong, Groove Armada, Rob Da Bank and the Nextmen – with both Mark Ronson and Rob Da Bank giving Dan heavy props after witnessing him play.
The summer of 2008 saw Dan make a phenomenal move from the more intimate style club rooms to the main room sets in clubs across Ibiza. Jezebel’s residency moved from Pacha’s Global Room and joined forces with Manumission at Amnesia.
This move gave Dan the platform he was hungry for to play the House, Techno and Electronic music that he had been unable to playing in Jezebels previous homes giving him the chance to play alongside DJs such as Fatboy Slim, 2ManyDJs and The Glimmers amongst others. This subsequently has propelled Dan as a DJ and Jezebel as a night up to the level and maturity of their fellow DJs and nights on the island and across the world.
The tour activity over the past few years has seen him DJ across the globe in places such as New York, Miami, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Barcelona, Madrid and many more.
Dan is busy in the studio producing his own tracks and has worked with artists such as Estelle, Mark Ronson and Eliza Doolittle. He has also just produced the music for Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s 2010 Brit Award performance.