Bump is back and has moved from its Leicester Square starting place to North London’s newest gay bar Bloc Bar.

Launching this autumn, club night Bump is being revived in Camden. Chris Amos, who formely owned Manbar, launched BUMP in Leicester Square early 2014 to much acclaim and buzz but unfortunately the building was shut down for a regeneration project. So it is with much excitement the team is back together, this includes DJs Gretta Gargola, Ale Amaral and Wesley Marilio.
Promoter Chris Amos explains why he is bringing this sexy party back: “There has been a lot of discussion about London’s gay scene eroding, with chemsex parties, dating apps and venue closures. But to be honest I think there has been a lack of inspiration in putting parties on too. Nights like Brut and Bang are proof there is still an appetite for fun parties in London. After seeing Bloc Bar, I knew straight away this is somewhere the scene is going to love to party. So it made sense to bring BUMP back to this venue. Plus the circuit party music vibe we have going on will make BUMP stand out from other nights. See you there!”

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