All The Feel's popular DJ live performance has been wowing audiences across London and internationally with our dynamic and engaging performances.
Recently, we had the opportunity to work with Ldn Luxe Events and perform at a Gatsby-style 40th birthday celebration, we were asked to bring our signature mix of DJ, vocals, sax, and percussion to create an unforgettable experience.
The celebration was held at a stunning venue in Soho - the private dining room at Sophies Steak House was decorated in the style of the roaring twenties courtesy of Lilly & Wild
The guests were dressed to impress in their finest attire, and the atmosphere was electric as they mingled and enjoyed the festivities. As the night progressed, All The Feels took to the stage to start the party.
The DJ started by playing some classic jazz and swing tunes, which set the mood for the evening perfectly. The vocals soon joined in, adding a touch of glamour and sophistication to the proceedings. As the night wore on, the saxophone and percussion took over, creating a vibrant and energetic atmosphere that had the guests dancing the night away.
One of the standout moments of the evening was when the saxophone player took center stage to perform a solo. The combination of the live instrument and the DJ's beats was a true crowd-pleaser, and the guests cheered and clapped along as the saxophonist showed off his skills.
The percussionist was another key element of the performance, adding a layer of rhythm and texture to the music that got the guests moving and grooving. With their high-energy beats and infectious enthusiasm, they helped to create an atmosphere of pure joy and celebration. All The Feels' performance at the Gatsby-style 40th birthday celebration was a huge success. Our unique blend of DJ, vocals, sax, and percussion created a dynamic and engaging performance that had the guests on their feet all night long.
Whether you're planning a birthday celebration, wedding, or corporate event, All The Feels is the perfect choice to add that special touch of live music and entertainment.
A big thank you to photographer Alexander Hansez.