We can take solace in the fact a long and arduous January is over, but the real nocturnal work starts here, as the following goes to show.
The Hacienda has been voted one of the UK's top historic sites, despite the fact the warehouse that once housed the Manchester club no longer exists.
The endorsement, from Historic England, has ranked the lost institution, widely regarded as one of the birthplaces of both post punk and acid house, on its list, A History of England in 100 Places.
It joins ten other addresses renowned for music and literature, including Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon birthplace, London's 100 Club, and Jane Austen's house in Chawton, Hampshire.
Sheffield is gaining a new club in the form of 300-capacity warehouse space, Signal.
After a trial period during the last few months in 2019, the promoters behind Signal have obtained a permanent license, and will launch their 2020 event series later this month.
Kicking off on the 31st January, Signal team up with Syko Disko to present two of Glasgow's finest, Jasper James and Big Miz, before La Rumba bring Kornél Kovács and Wow & Flutter to Sheffield the following weekend.
Anjuna HQ has announced a “Bushfire Relief Rave” in aid of the Australian Red Cross.
The crew behind trance and progressive institutions Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep will take over Tola Peckham on Friday 24th January, with the event falling on the same weekend as Australia Day (Sunday 26th January).
The labels have a strong contingency of staff from the world's biggest island, which has been fighting raging blazes across the country since mid-December.
New year, new decade, same deal here — the finest soirees, sessions and sweatboxes across the UK. So let’s go get 'em.
London and the South's top spot goes to Origins thanks to its quadruple-header, don’t miss Iranian-US player Mozhgan at that one. Club Mick’s is also representing anything but the obvious, Liverpool’s greatest contemporary hope, Breakwave, always brings the rave, while Roi Perez is all about multifarious tastes.
Brixton Academy has honoured The Prodigy's Keith Flint by renaming its artist dressing room The Keef Flint Suite.
A photograph showing bandmates Liam Howlett and Maxim outside the newly christened area was posted to the outfit's official Instagram page on Thursday 11th December.
"Big respect to Brixton Academy London for renaming the main dressing room 'The Keef Flint Suite' in Flinty's honour," the post reads.
Terminal V has locked Charlotte de Witte, Richie Hawtin and Green Velvet for its Easter 2020 event.
The mammoth session will again be held at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, with the date set for Saturday 11th April.
Bonobo, Nina Kraviz, Eats Everything, I Hate Models, Ben UFO, Helena Hauff, Honey Dijon, Avalon Emerson, Moxie, Shanti Celeste and Lena Willikens are among the other names confirmed for DJ sets so far.
While 2019 refuses to go quiet into that good night — check this month’s top UK club picks for proof — some of us have already been thinking about what comes next.
A new year and a new decade are almost upon us. Just before either really kicks in, though, we have some work to do. Or at least some serious partying to get stuck into, with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day just weeks away.
Confusion seems omnipresent in Britain right now. Rest assured, though, we’re not in the business of misinformation, as the top UK events in December prove faster than you can say fact check.
Eric Prydz has announced a May Bank Holiday show at Bramley Moore Dock in Liverpool.
The address is already used by Yousef's 17-year-old Circus events, which is partnering with UK clubbing institution Cream on this date. The mammoth party kicks off at 2PM on Saturday 23rd May 2020, running through to 11PM. Head to the official website for tickets.