Since the heady days of 1989's summer of love World
Dance have been at the fore front of the UK's dance
party movement, pioneering late night entertainment
on a grand scale. From those infamous parties at
Lydd Airport, the first all night events at Wembley
and London Arena to the Millennium Dome and Beyond.
For World Dances 14th Birthday party their award
winning production team transformed canvas into a
twilight wonderland with a futuristic arena, along
with two arenas designed to bring back old memories,
reliving some of the best nights of your life.
World Dance's team have won "Live" magazines best
produced Dance Event in 1994 and 1996 for show at
Wembley and Lydd Airport, going on to win the "Best
International Event" category at the Dancestar World
Music Awards in 2001 for the New Year Event at the
Dome, c-promoted with the Ministry of Sound.
They are often asked why World Dance have not
promoted more events in recent years, the answer
being that they are often contracted as consultants
for other organisation and along with planning the
biggest New Year Eve parties in history their diary
is always fill. World Dances expertise has been
utilised by some of the worlds leading dance brands
including Cream, Dance Valley Amsterdam, Renaissance
and of course Ministry of Sound.
At the end of 2003 they returned to Canvas on
Saturday the 1st of November for a firework
spectacular as only they know how, before again
assaulting the Dome on New Years Eve. 2004 they plan
to take Drum and Bass events to the next level with
2 major shows, one celebrating their 15th
The Legend Continues......
Nigel of N-Joy on doing his first E at World Dance,
ĎAdamski had just played a wicked set as we walked
on to the stage. I started to come up really fast on
the E. I started this pathetic little keyboard line.
It sounded so shit I said "Turn up the bloody drums
Chris!" He looked back at me as said "What drums?".
It was 8am and everyone at this huge rave was off
their head waiting for us to be brilliant and we
were barely audible and shite. After that I didnít
dare perform for monthsí .