Dj Vicky started out DJing in early 2007 and plays a wide variety of styles ranging from Bollywood to Uk Bhangra to House n Hiphop/Rnb. Performing week after week, he has left lasting impressions every time and brings a level of positive energy and unconditional love for the music that you rarely see. Whether he is playing the freshest material, or oldies but goodies, his performances are a unique experience each time.
How it all began…
Beginning as an avid clubber and moving on to promoting parties for a brief bit, there was always a DJ inside and he was soon behind the decks spending hours learning how to mix. This coupled with his passion for music, endless enthusiasm and his gritty determination has helped build his career in the current dance music scene in Bangalore. As a result Vicky has gone on to wow fans across multiple countries, with a reputation built on his uplifting yet driving sets which span a variety of genres and incorporate elements of trance, tech and progressive house.
Dj Vicky moved to UK in 2007 for a period of three years. It was here that his DJ career mushroomed and within a few months, he was holding a weekly main room residency at one of the biggest chains across the UK, Tiger Tiger. Playing both the warm up and close down sets at the busiest night in Glasgow has meant him playing regularly alongside many of the leading names in today’s scene, as well as establishing his name both with the DJ’s and clubbers alike. Dj Vicky also conceptualised and launched Bollywood Nights in Glasgow, which to date continues to be one of the most successful events month after month.
Terms & Conditions
Only 21+ allowed. Bring your ID cards for age verification.
Men must wear closed footwear (Shoes) and full length bottoms. (Applicable for Night Clubs)
Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
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