The Shuffle Club

Let the Spiegel’s resident late night band entertain you through the early hours with their slick performance of swing classics in a fantastic setting.

The Shuffle Club are a tight four-piece combo who use drums, piano, saxophone and double bass to create a big band noise that will delight any festival reveller. They exude a cool “Rat Pack” image as they swing and croon their way through a list of jazz standards. Aside from the music it’s hard not to get into the swing when you are surrounded by the enthusiasm of the audience. Here is an opportunity to kick back and use up some pent-up energy on the dance floor. If you can’t jive yourself, don’t worry, your fellow punters will keep you entertained with their enthusiastic moves; top-hatted girls in riding boots and tutus mingle with dreadlocked travellers and hip-hop dudes to create a storm on the dance floor.

The Shuffle Club conjure up a classy 1940’s style dance hall. They even manage to create the illusion of a smoky atmosphere. If you fancy dressing up and having a dance then this is the five star music show for you. The doors open at 11:00pm so get there early if you want a table.

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Back for their third consecutive year and ready to leave you flat on your back and gasping for breath. Dance hall mayhem at its finest! Pin striped suits and a glimpse of suspender is de rigueur.

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