DJ Yoda and House Gospel Choir Soundsystem

A unique show in Hintze Hall

Multi-award-winning producer DJ Yoda and House Gospel Choir Soundsystem will perform at the Museum on 2 August 2019.

See DJ Yoda and House Gospel Choir Soundsystem perform in Hintze Hall.

The night will kick off with House Gospel Choir Soundsystem, outstanding singers and festival-circuit favourites bringing together gospel and house music.

Then the multi-award-winning hip-hop producer DJ Yoda will bring his fresh beats centre stage. With experience working with classical composers to neuroscientists, brass bands and film directors, DJ Yoda is a master of his craft.

Guests will also have a chance to explore Luke Jerram's breathtaking installation, Museum of the Moon, before the show.

There will be a full bar serving a range drinks throughout the evening. 



House Gospel Choir Soundsystem


Important information

This is an 18+ event.

Bookings are required.

A free ticket for a carer accompanying a guest with a disability can be requested on +44 (0)20 7942 5000, Monday to Friday, 9.30-17.30, subject to availability.

Visitors must bring a print out of their booking confirmation or collect a printed ticket at the information desk well in advance of the event time.

The event will begin promptly. We cannot allow you to join the event after it has commenced and no refunds will be given to latecomers.

The Museum reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the event as required, such as adjusting the locations, timings or content of the activities. This is to ensure that we deliver a safe and excellent experience for all guests at all times.

The final performance times will be emailed in advance.

Ticket includes entry to Museum of the Moon before the gig starts. 

  • 2 August, doors from 19.00

Discount Member tickets

Members can purchase discount tickets for this event. Please bring your membership card with you to the event. Not a Member? Join today.

What is Museum of the Moon?

Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. See it for yourself in the Jerwood Gallery from 17 May to 8 September. Free