w/ DBN Gogo, Kamo Mphela & more

Patta The Next Wave Afterparty


Friday August 26th at Parallel
Doors: 22:00 - 05:00

After kick-starting The Next Wave in South Africa, Team Patta landed back in the Netherlands. They brought back some of their favorite talents and will be teaming up with the local African-diaspora electronic music specialists ZionGate. Together, they will step into Parallel for a two-room extravaganza of all things Gqom, Amapiano, Hip-Hop, and more.
RSVP = closed, and there will be no tickets at the door. If you have a ticket, this does not guarantee entry. Be on time (before midnight), full = full

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DBN Gogo

Kamo Mphela


Steven Julien

Nedda Sou

Interdisciplinary maker and DJ Nedda Sou's selections are melodic, bassy, sometimes grimy, sometimes sing-along, usually House or Techno and always creating motion on the dancefloor. Nedda Sou showcases her soulful sounds every month on Operator Radio, has a show called Planet Orbit on Worldwide FM and has featured on an ever-growing list of line-ups at home and abroad, including Dekmantel Festival, Djoon, Radio Radio, Summer Dance Forever and Amsterdam Soulful Club.

State OFFF

Unruly Phoenix

Unruly Phoenix, also known as Gabrielle Gilliot, was raised in Suriname and currently lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She took the leap of faith by coming to the Netherlands to start her DJ journey in 2019., enrolling herself at the “DJ Boothcamp” in Rotterdam and dedicated herself to a rigorous regime of practice. She scored her debut at none other than Ziongate, where she was awe-struck by the sound taking the world by storm, “Amapiano”; she found her purpose, and the rest was history.

Nowadays, Unruly Phoenix’s name is closely associated with headliners such as Black Coffee, Major League, Dbngogo, WaxFiend & Philou Louzolo, and a mainstay at almost every Afrolectic party in the Netherlands. Behind the deck is where she feels most alive and able to transmute energy with music and share positive vibrations with the crowd.


Patrick Appiah better known as Ricks is a Dutch/Ghanian DJ from Amsterdam mainly known for his strong Afro, Hip-Hop & RnB sounds which he has been honing since 2010. A current resident DJ at the successful Afrolosjes event, he has played several festivals including Amsterdam Open Air, Appelsap, Lowlands, Encore Festival and many more outside the Netherlands, including London, Germany and Ghana. Aside from gigs, you can find him at his weekly radio show and at ADE every year. Ricks knows how to entertain the crowd with his energetic performance; even the oldest daughter of Barack Obama went wild during his set in the former Sugar factory in Amsterdam! Watch this space as you will certainly hear a lot more from Ricks in the coming years.

DJ Edzon

Lil' Vic


MC Sha'man

MC Lentini