"British Invasion" Revolution at HOB canceled for Sat., July 23

Sat. July 23, 2011 8:20 AM by GoPride.com News Staff

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Party featuring DJ Lee Dagger cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances

Chicago, IL - The "British Invasion" Revolution that was to be held this Sat., July 23, 2011 at Chicago's House of Blues has been postponed because of unforeseen circumstances. The party was to mark the exclusive Chicago debut of Internationally acclaimed DJ Lee Dagger of Bimbo Jones.

"We want to sincerely thank everyone for their unbelievable excitement and support," read a statement on the House of Blues website. "We will let you know when we find a new date for the British Revolution."

Revolution is a series of LGBT-targeted parties, produced by CircuitMOM Productions and LiveNation to be held at House of Blues this summer. The successful Pride Revolution was held on June 24 with DJ Brett Henrichsen.

"I am very disappointed that we will not be able to give all of you this great party on Saturday," said Matthew Harvat of CMP. "There were many of you celebrating birthdays and coming from out of town for the amazing talents of DJ Lee Dagger from London and I apologize for the last minute notice."

The next Revolution party, "Wild West," featuring DJ's Roland Belmares and Joe Gauthreaux is scheduled for Sat., Aug. 13 over Market Days Weekend.

"Dust off your cowboy hat and boots, tell your friends and get ready," said Harvat.

According to Harvat, the "British Invasion" Revolution party is still expected to return at a later date.