Puma knew exactly what was needed to get fans warmed up ahead of the Notting hill Carnival. Alongside Wray & Nephew providing drinks, Bokit’La serving up some classic carnival must eats, and a host of star DJ’s, the scene was set at west London’s Unit 1.
The shoe of the hour, Puma’s Velophasis could be seen sported on foot across the venue, coming in a variety of low key and vibrant colour ways, it would certainly be a great choice for carnival goers. Sporting a large footprint and supportive panels with an array of accents across the silhouette it offers a pallet for every individual.
Keyrah got the party started, getting the growing crowd in the carnival spirit with some classic rhythms.
Remi Burgz took to the mic alongside Selecta Suave to elevate the vibes further with a host of bashment and bassline selections. Going back-to-back, they made sure everyone knew they were at the waviest pre carnival party. With the London weather being kept at bay, the party was as much alive outside the venue as it was inside.
Izzy Bossy brought some absolute bangers to the decks with her high energy mixes and blends. The dance floor at this point was certainly on fire with everyone putting in their two step. The folks at Jewels + Drillers had lines out the door for a chance to get carnival ready withs some custom tooth gems and nail art.
Next up on stage was Willow Kayne and General Levy, both giving it the most, duetting on stage and raising the roof with their individual flare and stage presence. It was most definitely a moment every raver present will remember and they both seamlessly flowed back and forth.
Rachel Anson finished off what was left of the night, and the crowds energy with some high octane tempos to see everyone well into the weekend.