Sonic The Hedgehog, one of the most enduring characters of video game history, turns 25 this year. And to celebrate such a momentous occasion Reztron are putting on a wild video game and silent disco party at the highest point in London – The Shard.
London's iconic landmark – standing at 1016 feet tall – will play host to the highest gaming bar for one night only. Celebrating the golden era of video games, from classics like Golden Axe II to Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat to Micro Machines – plus the added bonus of making it a special Sonic-themed shindig – this is the only place to be if you love to game and party.
With 3 DJs spinning everything from rock to pop to hip-hop over 3 different silent disco channels (and a dedicated channel for those wishing to indulge in your fave retro game theme tunes) there'll be music for every taste. A Sonic speed run competition running on large projector screens via the original Mega Drive console will also be running on the night with A Mega Drive and SEGA Swag up for grabs for the winner too.
This is gaming – but not as you know it. Time to play in style.
Over 18s only. Valid ID required. Event runtime: 10:30pm-2:30am. No entry past 1am.
Please note that photography and filming may occur on the evening and which may feature visitors. By purchasing a ticket and attending the event, you are agreeing to the use of these images in any future promotional, advertising or publicity material.
Please note that the venue staff have the right to refuse entry. Reasons for this may include any sign of intoxication or any threatening or abusive behaviour towards staff. The venue will not tolerate any misconduct - including threatening or abusive behaviour towards staff - and will promptly escort you off the premises.
The View From The Shard is a no smoking venue.
Please bear in mind that there is no cloakroom for bags or luggage.
The Shard, London Bridge
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