Street in the Park presents an Up and Coming DJ Competition and Banksy-inspired installation performance piece
This urban-themed event takes place in Dorchester Borough Gardens on Sunday 5th May, 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Eat in the park; Big Bun Little Bun food stall will be open and Dorchester Arts will be supplying refreshments and a bar or bring your own picnic.
Up &Coming DJ Competition
Calling all young, local DJs. Impress our judges and prove your skills…
To enter, REGISTER HERE then upload a 10-15min mix to Soundcloud/Mixcloud, showcasing your music selection and mixing ability.
Our judges will give them a listen and the best 12 DJs will be entered into one of these three categories;
under 16, 16-21 and 21-25.
The final 12 will perform at Street in the Park, at the Borough Gardens on Sunday 5th May.
You will be spinning your best tunes for the chance to win £100 cash prize, and also a performance slot at either the Weymouth & Portland Pride event, Dorchester's Anonymous Festival or go live on radio at Air 107.2!
CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES is Midday on Wednesday 24th APRIL. The finalists will be notified on the 26th April.
Your judges will be; Andy Cleeton (Mixmag Up & Coming Dj winner 1995 and ex-Hacienda resident DJ), Derek Greenacre from Air 107.2, Julia Cohen from Weymouth & Portland Pride and Anonymous Festival organiser Emma Scott.
Banksy (or Blanksy)
Inspired by the works and political views of graffiti artist Banksy, Banksy (or Blanksy) is an installation performance merging digital music, modern contemporary dance, moving image sequences and interactive projections.
Imagine a city where graffiti wasn’t illegal. A city where everybody could draw whatever they liked, where every street was awash with a million colours and little phrases. Where standing at the bus stop was never boring, a city that felt like a party where everyone was invited. Imagine a city like that…..and stop leaning against the wall – it’s wet’. Banksy
Performed by local dancers from The Remix integrated youth performance company, DYD, Train Hard Parkour, Weymouth Dance Studio and Weymouth College Performing Arts students.
Artistic Director: Michaela Shaw
Music Producer: Andy Cleeton of biglittlemusic
Creative Technologist: Richard Tomlinson of Somerset Films.
Street In The Park has been made possible because of the following:
Arts Council England
Dorchester Town Council
Dorchester Town Council
Dorset Youth Dance (Produced by Activate)
The Remix (Produced by Activate)
The Premix (Produced by Activate)
Big Little Music
Train Hard Parkour
Weymouth Dance Studio
Big Bun Little Bun