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Leonard Elschenbroich

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Portsmouth plays host to it’s biggest ever outdoor dance party tomorrow, when Mutiny in the Park takes over Victoria Park in the city centre.

And even with last minute changes – Zane Lowe dropped out on Wednesday, to be swiftly replaced by Detroit house star MK – 3,000 people are expected to be partying hard.

Pete Tong and DJ Fresh will be heading up a bill that starts at midday and runs through to midnight, before the after-parties take over at various venues around the city.

And of course, the cream of the city’s DJs will be lending a hand, including the Monkey Love Stunt Team.

Team member Andy Chisham says: ‘We’re on the second stage with the Funktifino guys all day.

‘We like to have fun while we’re DJing, and if people dig it, then that’s all the better.

‘We play anything and everything – funk and soul, house, R’n’B, hip-hop – if it’s good music, it’s good music, and good music is timeless as well.’

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