House My Disco invites Eric Redd, Norwood & The Weather Girls to The Queen's Head

Wednesday, 31 July 2019
The night will be hosted by Terri B! and Carrillo Music on ADE Wednesday and Thursday.

Following up on recent announcements about ADE LIVE presenting Apparat, De Sluwe Vos, Warhola and many others and Thuishaven announcing four ADE day- and nighttime events, we now shift focus to House My Disco with its collaborations, invited DJ's and honorary guests.

Terri B! is joining forces with Carrillo Music to host a night at The Queen's Head and perform alongside selected label artists. The American artist is widely known for her authentic vocals and has shared the stage with global DJ's such as David Guetta, Roger Sanchez, Thomas Gold and Tiësto.

Aside from performances by Terri B!, House My Disco will include several showcases by local and international artists that have been selected by Carrillo Music. One of these musicians will be Eric Redd, an American recording artist who has released “Push” this year. The song earned top positions in several charts. It is therefore expected that he will perform this song during House My Disco. Label owner of Carrillo Music, Rod Carrillo, originally from the Republic of Panama, specializes in dance music with a Latin influence. He is set for a b2b session with Terry B!

But that's not all...

Last but not least, the iconic Weather Girls will pay a visit to The Queen's Head. This Grammy nominated duo have sold over six million records worldwide and are known for “It’s Raining Men” and many other hits. They are going to present their new song together with Norwood, an international artist who represented the USA at the closing ceremony of World Pride Madrid.

About The Queen's Head

Located at the edge of Amsterdams Red Light District, The Queen's Head is one of Amsterdams oldest gay bars, overlooking the canal with regular theme nights, DJs & drag acts. The venue is most famous for their weekly bingo on Tuesday. While Cafe the Queen’s Head is a gay bar (not just gay friendly), they continue to welcome guests of every gender, race, sexuality and age. This will be the first time that The Queen's Head is participating as a venue in ADE.