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Crashing into the New Year; FRIDAY LIVE.

Byline: Stephen Johnson

IT'S going to be the biggest club night of the year, with 4,000 people descending on Cardiff's Ice Rink to rave in the new year to a banging set from Judge Jules.

Gatecrasher is possibly the biggest branded clubbing session in the UK at the moment and they have teamed up with Time Flies to put on megaevent in the rink spread over two arenas.

Joining the Judge are Scott Bond, Guy Ornadel, Signum, Matt Hardwick and Time Flies' residents Richard Hitchell and Ian Dundgey.

In the funky house arena Jazzy M will be laying down the groove alongside local heroes, the newly engaged Tim Russell, Cool House, Gareth Cortez, Matt Owen and the recent winner of the Welsh Dance Music award for the best up and coming DJ, Tyrone Rose.

Doors open at 9pm and the party raves on until 6am.

Time Flies head honcho Henry Blunt is looking forward to New Year's Eve and the rink and is pleased with the link up with Gatecrasher.

"Gatecrasher were looking to put on a New Year's Eve party in Cardiff and needed a partner to work with.

Having known them well over the years I am pleased that they contacted us, " said Blunt.

And the partnership is set to continue next summer with Time Flies planning to link up with Gatecrasher for their summer events.

There are still tickets available for New Year's Eve, but the likelihood is that the event will sell out.

Tickets are pounds 35 and are available from Time Flies on 029 2066 9901.

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JUDGEMENT DAY Judge Jules is the guest DJ at the Gatecrasher New Year's Eve party at Cardiff Ice Rink.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Dec 28, 2001
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