Monday 20 September 2021

22:00 - 03:00

Union Venue

Sold out, limited tickets available on the door

Ibiza Sunset ft. Karen Harding

Sick of staycations and in need of a holiday? It’s time to pretend you're sipping cocktails in the Mediterranean as Karen Harding supplies the pool party bangers!

Karen Harding

With over 400 million combined streams and just shy of three million monthly Spotify listeners, Karen Harding is a household name recognised for featuring and co-writing on a number of infectious dancefloor slayers, including the platinum-certified smash hit 'Say Something' and 'Undo My Heart'. You may also be familiar with ‘It Must Have Been Love’ - a stripped back ballad that was a favourite on the 2020 edition of Love Island.

Since launching her smash top 10 debut single ‘Say Something’ on Method Records (Disclosure, Tourist, Lxury), Harding has co-written and produced with Grammy-nominated wunderkind MNEK as well as featuring and co-writing with some of the best in the business including Blonde, Tujamo, Wilkinson, Giorgio Moroder, Kream, Le Youth, Paul Woolford and Purple Disco Machine to name a few

Work is underway for her debut EP and full album in 2021, and we can't wait to see what she brings to the SU for Freshers' Festival!

 

 

Ticket information

£5 Advance

£7 On the door

Individual tickets will go on sale at 10am on Tuesday 14 September.

Following the government announcement that the scheme for vaccine passports for entry to nightclubs and large events in England will not be going ahead, we've updated our entry requirements for events at the Union Venue and Founder’s South Quad.

Please read our Venues Entry Requirements Update for the full details.

Only current Royal Holloway students can attend our events at the Union Venue and Founder's South Quad, no guests are permitted.

Included in the Freshers' Festival wristband package

Entry guarantee

Tickets will guarantee you entry into the venue until 11pm, after this time entry will be dependent on venue capacity until midnight.

Cashless campus

All of our venues are cashless and will remain so in the 2021/22 academic year. We are aware that when starting university, some of you will not yet have a bank account and if you’re an international student, you may not have a UK bank account when you arrive in the UK to study. To facilitate this, all students will be able to top up their College Card account before arriving on campus, using Upay. 

Whilst we strongly discourage bringing large amounts of cash onto campus, we understand that some of you have do not have any other means to pay for essential items during your first few weeks. Therefore, up until 31 October 2021, if you are unable to top up your Upay account with a credit or debit card, you can load up to £250 onto your Upay College Card account in cash at either the Hub or Kingswood reception.

Accessibility

As your Students' Union, we're keen to promote equality of opportunity for people with disabilities and to take the necessary steps to meet their requirements - that's why we've ensured that everything we do is accessible to as many of you as possible.

All of our venues are wheelchair accessible via shallow ramps; you can find out more about our venues and view our AccessAble pages by heading to our Accessibility page.

If you or someone you know requires access to special facilities, please email venues@su.rhul.ac.uk and our friendly team will do their best to meet your needs.

Ticket terms and conditions

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