Waterfront Sessions feat. Roy Davis Jr. + Mr. V
Prismatic, Rouse Records and Sky Sundays present a brand new day party experience on Oakland's waterfront just off Jack London Square! Our gorgeous new indoor/outdoor venue sits out over the Bay with striking views and easy, safe access by car, Bart and ferry. Come early for Eve's Unlimited Champagne Brunch or late as the beats go deep into the night on Opus Audio's 4 corner sound. Soak in the sun and order some bites on the patio next to live painting by this month's featured artist Nemo, and get deep into the groove with your DJs:
Roy Davis Jr. (Defected, Strictly Rhythm :: Chicago)
Mr. V (Sole Channel :: NYC)
Patrick Wilson (Elements, Soultogether)
Jayvi Velasco (AfterAfterHours)
Andrew Phelan (Prismatic)
Roman Nunez (DeltaFunk)
Eric Groove (ATM-About The Music)
12PM-12AM / $20 cover
$10 b4 4PM guestlist + $10 presales @ waterfrontsessions.eventbrite.com
No cover with purchase of Eve's Unlimited Champagne Brunch Buffet (served 10AM-2PM, DJs start at 12PM). Brunch buffet is $35 per person + $15 for bottomless mimosas + bloody marys and includes - king krab legs, slow roasted prime rib, slow cooked maple-fennel pork ribs, fried chicken + waffles, and much more. Kitchen will stay open with bar menu until 8PM.
Bottle service reservations: email@example.com or 415-610-9667
Eve's is 5 Blocks off Bart and 4 blocks off the highway with a large, free public parking lot in front that will be watched by a roaming security guard. Look for the Eve's Waterfront sign in front of the lot as the venue is right on the water and not visible from the road. There will be no re-entry so please bring anything you need in with you.
Eve's Waterfront / 15 Embarcadero W / Oakland, CA
About Roy Davis Jr:
Roy Davis Jr. is, in no uncertain terms, a legendary DJ and producer from Chicago who has helped to define electronic music. His self titled soul-electronic sound is a hybrid of garage, disco, r&b, house, hip hop and soul and it has graced everything from underground imprints to major league labels since way back in the 1990′s, including the likes of Defected, Strictly Rhythm, King Street Sounds, XL Recordings and Universal, Sony and Warner Brothers.
As a DJ Roy Davis Jr. commands dancefloors and festival stages all over the world with his tight and masterful mixing at places like Smart Bar in Chicago, Yellow in Japan and Fabric in London. Initially turned on to the possibilities of dance music by DJ Pierre, Farley Jackmaster Funk, Marshall Jefferson, and Lil’ Louis, Roy started spinning himself at the age of 12 and during the early 19902 was asked to work as and A&R scout for Strictly Rhythm in New York. Of course, you can’t mention Roy Davis Jr. without mentioning “Gabriel,” released in 1996 on Large Music out of Chicago, Gabriel was tune of the year and still fetches high prices on Discogs today.
Since then Roy has penned or appeared on chart-topping releases for those including Eric Benet/Faith Evans, Mary J. Blige, Seal and Morcheeba, and has had his own highly rated Chicago Urban House Radio show on Scion 17 for over 3 years. His original productions and remix work garnered rave reviews in such publications as Rolling Stone, URB, Flaunt and Vibe and many more. In April 2014 Roy will release his latest full length, Destroy and Rebuild, on Mile End and Soul Electric Records. Featuring vocals from people like the hallowed Robert Owens, it is yet another exciting new chapter in the ever evolving story that is Roy Davis Jr.
About Mr. V:
Experiencing Mr. V’s DJ sets, original productions, or remixes is like taking a trip back in time to dance music’s golden age. Before superstar DJs took over the spotlight, dance music was a cultural phenomenon that did what no other form of music could do – bring people together. It didn’t matter what race or sexual orientation you came from because dance music was all about embracing our differences and creating a homogeneous vibe.
The music was built heavily on traditional song structures and lots of heart and soul. DJs played whatever it took to get the party going and the music was never predictable.
It is with this classic spirit and enthusiasm that New York City’s Mr. V targets today’s dance music world.