I Love Dancehall

I Love Dancehall

Friday 26th May 2017

Friday 26 May join the I love Dancehall fam for another big dancehall session at Brown Alley.


YUKI SHINOBU fresh from Japan

First stop on a national tour, ZARE DEMUS will have some thing extra during his set

Always a crowd favourite…get rowdy with MAT CANT

Late night party vibes with RON BROWZ

SO FIRE playing all eras of dancehall

JUNGLE CITY DANCERS – heating things up with Dancehall in heels

I love dancehall is a club night, focused on the bass heavy sounds of Jamaican dancehall. Playing the best dancehall from all eras, old school dancehall to up to the time.

Doors form 10 till late

$7 before 11, $15 after 11


Hit us up ay hello@ilovedancehall.com.au for guest list


Reggae Dancehall Selector/MC was formed in 2010 in Osaka Japan.

He started living in Australia from 2012 and gradually learned English and Jamaican language.

Then started playing local clubs in Brisbane.

In 2014, He moved to Melbourne and appearance big Reggae and Dancehall events such as More Fire, I love dancehall.



Jamaicas own, Zare Demus, is dj and hype man with 15+ years in the entertainment business. With a stage presence and versatility that you would expect from a Jamaican, Zare is not a dj you will see quietly hiding behind his computer as he plays his music, he will be either blazing on the microphone or dropping a dance move while taking his patrons on a musical journey. Zare is also busy behind the scenes promoting reggae and dancehall within Australia.


So Fire

So Fire started out Djing on soundsystems in the UK and Europe. She has been running I love dancehall for 8 years, and more recently has started True Jamaican Dancehall tours with long time collaborator Mz Kitty Cat, bringing Jamaican dancehall dancers to Australia.


Mat Cant is a versatile DJ/Producer known most notably recognized for his contributions to the Australian hip-hop/rap and dance music scenes. He also plays a heavy dancehall set, and mixes it up with all the other influences and inspirations in his life.



Ron Browz's became a dj in 2006, thanks to his passion for Hip Hop and his main influences Biggie Smalls n Tupac Shakur.

He has love and respect for every element of hip hop, dancehall, rnb, reggaeton, trap music and reggae but the one that has captured his heart and soul is Deejaying and you can see and feel that passion through his music.

He’s a busy man about town, and you can follow him here:



Dancers from Jungle city Studios will be turning up the heat with a dancehall in heels routine.

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