93 Feet East is a bar, club and live music venue in the heart of Brick Lane, east London.
Enzo Siragusa's infamous residency Fuse really cemented itself as one of the capital's leading parties during its time at 93 Feet East, while the hugely popular Secretsundaze began its longstanding trajectory in the early 2000's. Taking form as a real social hub and music destination that's built a reputation as one of the capital's iconic venues in live music and dance, as well as just being a great place to have a drink and meet friends, 93 Feet East is open throughout the week and late into the weekends.
93 Feet East is an ideal venue hire in east London choice; boasting two large rooms, an outside terrace area and more spaces within the venue. It is a versatile space with high tech lighting, sound and branding opportunities that make it fully functional for club shows, live events, private hire, exhibitions and launches. Its refurbishment boasts a d&b sound system throughout and a welcoming, yet raw and industrial decor, with the space continuing to act as a creative hub for international musicians and DJs moving forward.
93 Degrees is the brand new flagship night that will be at the forefront of 93 Feet East's relaunch. Running on the third Saturday of every month, the in-house night will welcome the best talent from the UK house music scene and beyond, as well as the best local talent.
Parade is a brand new Saturday event at 93 Feet East. Set to take place on the first Saturday of every month, Parade will showcase established names from the house and techno scene in an intimate setting. The parties will run from 3pm in the afternoon until late with a number of events having an extended late license.
Belong is a brand new and limited series of Sunday daytime events focusing on the deeper end of the house music spectrum, featuring a selection of leading artists, record labels and international party crews. Each artist booked will be given the opportunity to dig deep into their record bags and productions, with longer sets being the order of the day.