We’ve put together a can’t-miss list of New Year’s Eve events.
NYE is always a bit of a faff. Every year, you rarely know exactly what’s planned until a couple of days before the clock strikes twelve. Who’s going to be in town? Which DJs are playing where? Christmas has just gone by – that was enough to think about. If you don’t have a house party to go to, or your mates want to do more than chill, here’s a list of potential club nights that you can go and rave at.
Maurice Fulton’s coming to town, and you know he’s gonna bring the vibes. Alongside him, top-notch selectors like anu, Jonny Rock b2b Kasra V and Rhythm Sister (Jess Farley b2b Eliza Rose) are set to grace the decks at Five Miles.
Oval Space: one of East London’s best dancefloors. Combine that with the quality on offer, and this is guaranteed to be a night of funk and flavour. With Gilles Peterson, Move D, Sadar Bahar and Tama Sumo stepping up for the evening, expect an eclectic mix of music, ranging from Chicago house to Brazilian samba and everything else in between.
Another star-studded bill to take on London’s ravers. Legends Floating Points, Daphni, Leon Vynehall and Eclair Fifi lineup alongside the fresh faces of iona and Peach, with Krywald & Farrer spinning some tracks for good measure.
“The Bloc Offensive: NYE (2018-2019) (Swedish: Slaget om Bloc) is an ongoing military campaign related to the Year0001-Trance Party Conflict. It is expected to culminate in the early hours of 1 January 2018. The conflict has been described as the first major military campaign fought entirely on behalf of electronic musicians.” Expect the unexpected.
It’s been 10 years since Mixed in Sheffield first thrust local artists into the spotlight. To commemorate the occasion, Hope Works plays host to a grand array of wicked Yorkshire selectors. The Steel City’s going to rock with this one.