VIVA Reggaeton Superheroes Edition this Saturday April 1st & Easter Special on the 8th

RnB/Hip Hop | Thursday 30th March 2023 | Nicky

With constantly changing themes and guests, VIVA Reggaeton April keeps the high standard going with Saturday April 1st’s Superheroes Special and on the 8th it’s VIVA Reggaeton’s colourful Easter Special. An Old School vs New School follows on Saturday April 15th with a Peace & Love Special on Saturday April 22nd, and rounding out the month with a Spanish Special on Saturday April 29th with Feria de Abril, which celebrates Spain’s iconic culture including flamenco music and dancing, cuisine, and their love of dressing up around this historic fete day.


Fresh and welcoming with a great changing cast of DJs in all 4 rooms, sounds range from leading Latin artists Bad Bunny, Rosalia, Karol G, Myke Towers, Ozuna, Don Omar, Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel. Keeping things moving with themes and shows celebrating pop culture alongside the DJs, the Dancers get everyone in the mood with their electric moves. The Pop room is hugely busy with its current playlist inspired soundtrack and Viva House rumbles with the bassline sounds of underground house and tech house for an energetic crowd. Completing the musical fare is the new Brazilian room, which showcases the modern & classic sounds of Brazilian music.


VIVA Reggaeton also boasts great outdoor space with a massive garden area featuring a cocktail bar, pop-up food stalls, arcade games like air hockey and basketball, coffee and snacks and a large smoking area for clubbers to relax in.


Always a fun Saturday night out, VIVA Reggaeton reflects London’s status as the hotbed of a new melting pot of Latin-fused, UK influenced music and culture that is enjoyed by a wide range of clubbers from all communities and of course international clubbers that travel to London for its great night life. It’s a touch paper that’s currently lighting up streaming services and YouTube around the world.


Its unique party atmosphere ensures full houses and please get your tickets early to avoid disappointment, and Early Birds are only £5.00. 


See you on the dance floor!




Event: VIVA Reggaeton 

Venue : The Lightbox, Arch, 6 South Lambeth Place, Vauxhall, London SW8 1SP

Times: 11pm - 6am

4 Rooms of Reggaeton, House, Pop & more (including Brazilian music and Old School)


Event: VIVA Reggaeton - Superheroes Special

Date: Saturday April 1st, 2023


Event: VIVA Reggaeton - Easter Special

Date: Saturday April 8th, 2023


Event: VIVA Reggaeton – Old School vs New School

Date: Saturday April 15th, 2023


Event: VIVA Reggaeton – Peace & Love Special

Date: Saturday April 22nd, 2023


Event: VIVA Reggaeton – Feria de Abril (Spain Special)

Date: Saturday April 29th, 2023


Reggaeton Room: DJs Jose Luis, Jovy, Giio and Cano 

  • 3 other rooms of music




Group deals are also available.


Garden Area:  cocktail bar, pop-up food stalls, arcade games like air hockey, basketball, boxing, whack’a’mole, etc, coffee and snacks vending machines and a large smoking area 





Phone020 3242 0040



Smart casual, no sportswear and sports caps

NB: Over 18 only. ID required.

Travel: Tube Victoria Line

Train: Vauxhall (South Western Trains & Thameslink)

Bus Routes -all within 200m: 156 - 185 - 2 - 344 - 36 - 360 - 87


For all info on VIVA Reggaeton, please contact Nicky Trax on and 07951 128001. Instagram: @phuturetraxofficial





“Reggaeton has seen a boom in worldwide popularity over the last few years. At the close of 2021 Bad Bunny, a 27-year-old from Puerto Rico, was named as Spotify’s most-streamed artist on the planet (for the second year running) with 9.1 billion plays, while amongst British audiences the genre’s success can be gauged by the fact that, in London, you can take your pick between reggaeton nights at mainstream nightclubs on any given weekend.  A vibrant, underground scene has been cultivating this music in London for the best part of two decades and, having now developed a bubbling young scene of homegrown Latinx artists, London isn’t simply riding the wave that is making reggaeton the sound of global pop - it’s contributing to it.”


 Vice Magazine, 2022