As part of its exciting programme celebrating Liverpool hosting the Eurovision Song Contest, Royal Albert Dock have partnered with city-based inclusive club night Sonic Yootha.
The trio of DJs will be playing onboard a 72ft Challenger yacht during the afternoon of Eurovision Grand Final Day – Saturday 13 May.
Operated by Tall Ships Youth Trust, the yacht will be moored in the dock’s inner quay from 6-14 May, and Sonic Yootha DJs will hit the decks between 2pm and 5pm.
Promoted as “A monthly dislocated disco for homos, fauxmos, gender-blenders & part-time Brendas”, Sonic Yootha has risen to fame over the past few years to become one of the leading club events in the country, and have supported Kylie Minogue on her 2018 ‘Golden’ tour.
Playing a set of Eurovision hits, disco classics, and indie anthems, co-founder of Sonic Yootha Shaun Duggan said:
“We can’t wait to be all at sea for Eurovision on Finals Day at Royal Albert Dock – it’s the first time Ian, John and I will have played from the deck of a boat so it’s certainly going to be lots of fun. It’s great to be involved in the dock celebrations and hope visitors enjoy our set.”