About Lunch Beat
What began in Stockholm in 2010, has spread all over the world – dancing in the lunch break. It's about exuberance, fun and communication in a different way than at the lunch table. An hour a day to devote to dancing, the movement and the music brings soul and spirit in vibration.
1st rule: If it’s your first lunch at Lunch Beat, you have to dance.
2nd rule: If it’s your second, third or fourth time lunch at Lunch Beat, you have to dance.
3rd rule: If you are getting too tired to actually dance at Lunch Beat, please have your lunch at some other place.
4th rule: You don’t talk about your job at Lunch Beat.
5th rule: At Lunch Beat everyone present is your dance partner.
6th rule: Any Lunch Beat are to be no longer than 60 minutes long and set during ”lunch time”.
7th rule: Lunch Beat always serve their guest with a 1 Dj-set and 1 take away meal.
8th rule: Water is always served during a Lunch Beat for free.
9th rule: Lunch Beat is a preferably drug free environment.
10th rule: Lunch Beat can be set up anywhere by anyone as long as they are announced as public events, are nonprofit arrangements and are directed by this manifesto.
Princess P (Dolce, RBMA / BE)
It takes a good taste to create great things, so it can’t be wrong to have a trained chef at the turntables - or to be cooked for by a passionate record collector. The Bernese Princess P feels at home behind both the decks and the cooking pots. Influenced by the music collection of her brother, she started her own DJ team in the early '90s with "Tribal Kidz". Soon after, she produced her own radio show and organised her own club nights, but the culinary side of life soon turned again. Her DJ sets are based on tasty House with a pinch of disco, Indietronics, soulful hip hop and spacy techno. In 2008 Princess P received an invitation to the Red Bull Music Academy in Barcelona which granted her a deeper insight into the music business and production world. These days, she works part-time in the Plattfon Record Shop in Basel as well as Godbrain Independent Distribution in Bern and can be spotted from time to time in the kitchen of the iconic restaurant Rosso Zurich. In addition, she intermittently organized her own party series "Dolce" in various clubs. Among the guests at the turntables of "Dolce" are people like Alexander Robotnick, Dompteuer Mooner, Luca Trevisi, Sankt Göran, DJ Hell and other hand-picked artists.