Devotion Returns for a special Pride Event at The Great Northern
Mood ll Swing
and a Live Performance by
support by Jay-J & Ruben Mancias
— One of San Francisco’s Longest running event brands, Devotion returns for Pride 2018. With the Great Northern hosting the event and the awesome Void sound system this music journey of absolute House Music icons will surely be one for the books.
Mood II Swing have been a production powerhouse since the early 90’s. They achieved incredible acclaim and a cult following of House music lovers, globally. The duo is responsible for many dance floor gems and the UK radio crossover hit “Free” by Ultra Nate.
Julie McKnight, having started her career, over 20 years ago, has been blessed to travel the world doing what she loves and her music has carried her through every genre, from Gospel, R&B, Rock, Funk, Samba, Jazz and House. Her House music became the soundtrack for a generation as the voice behind “Finally”, “Diamond Life” and “Home”. These few songs had a immeasurable impact on House Music itself aligning her as one if the most revered voices in the industry.
Miguel Migs achieved levels of success both critical and commercial – yet he emains a genuinely humble, self-effacing individual. A globe-trotting DJ, nominated on a Beatport poll as ‘Best Deep House Producer’ who, rather than constantly follows the trends or hype, prefers to let his music do the talking. Thankfully, his music more than does the talking – it speaks to people. Just listen or better yet, Dance.
Ruben Mancias has been a Long Time SF staple in the Dance music Scene. As the founder of Devotion his events and DJ sets moved people from San Francisco to New York and Beyond for the past 20 years.
Jay-J as a Grammy Nominated Remixer and Producer has been a world renown Dance Music icon for decades. With his own coke Bottle for the Beijing Olympic Games, a studio discography spanning hundreds of releases, and has continued to inspire music loving dancers year by year.