Itchy Feet Returns To Southampton, Now At RoXX


Itchy Feet, a collective of DJs and events people who spend their time touring around the UK throwing parties, are returning to Southampton on the 12th June for one of the last stops on their summer tour.

Launched in Leeds in 2007 and now attracting 40000 people a year to various nights across the country, Itchy Feet first graced Southampton in February 2013. The brand hosts regular club nights at 17 UK cities, including London, Bristol, Leeds, and Nottingham.

Having launched at The Cellar and then moved to Junk in July last year, Itchy Feet will now be based at RoXX.

The music policy for all Itchy Feet events is a veritable melting pot of funk, soul, rock ‘n’ roll, rrhythm & blues, reggae and ska.

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Clear your diaries, cancel your plans- Thursday 12th June is the date that you are rekindling your love of everything old for one final time this year. It’s time for the Itchy Feet Summer Party.

Itchy Feet is a step back to a time where Grandad was a young lad, smoking was good for you, hula-hooping had just been invented and Elvis, Aretha and Frank ruled the charts.

Southampton is one of the last stops on our Summer Tour and we’re heading to RoXX. It’s as new for us as it is for you, but The Itchy Feet Tour Bus will be stopping off at the coast and dropping off the finest talent that tags along.

Stirring up the good stuff we’ve got Count Sizzle and his good pal Oli Pattenden. Between them they’ll play all the rock ‘n’ roll, ska, swing, soul, and blues that you could ask for.

If you’ve not been to Itchy Feet before, all we can say is that one thing’s for sure, you’ll all be subjected to our infectiously fresh treatment of good old fashioned fun, but not so conservatively.

So it’s time to get sentimental, and bring all the people you want to party with Itchy Feet style for one final time.

We’ll be seeing you soon Southampton.

Team Itchy Feet x


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Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.