Top Liverpool club nights in December



My First Disco: Redondo
A new night at Underground Liverpool near Eberle Street tailored especially for students, My First Disco is kicking things off with house duo Redondo, responsible for the huge 2014 hit ‘Love Too Deep’.


Transmission Funk presents Alexander Nut
After a string of sell-out Manchester shows featuring the likes of Detroit Swindle, Bradley Zero, Henry Wu and Horse Meat Disco, Transmission Funk heads to Liverpool’s Buyers Club for the first time with an extended set from Alexander Nut.


Hot Plate with Preditah
Birmingham-born Preditah has gone from relative obscurity seven months ago to poster boy for the grime genre and following years of trying, Hot Plate is finally bringing this red-hot beatsmith to 24 Kitchen Street.


Darren Emerson Up Close and Personal
Former Underworld member and dance music pioneer, Darren Emerson rocks up at The Shipping Forecast alongside Ian Dillon and Joint Custody. Don’t miss your chance to experience an intense three-hour set from the ‘Born Slippy’ star.


Melodic Distraction Winter Party
Melodic Distraction is back with plenty of mulled wine and cider for its Winter Party at Constellations featuring headliner Δdmin alongside resident DJs Piers Garrett, Luke Bartlett, Matt Brundell and Toby O’Connor.


Insomnia Christmas Eve
What better way to celebrate Christmas than with six hours of premier underground house and techno beats from Insomnia’s resident DJs at 24 Kitchen Street.


XXXmas – Boxing Day with Colin Francis
Colin Francis closes a year of packed out parties across Europe with a special set at Wood Street’s Ink.
Resident DJs 2Kind and Stylus will provide able support with everything from Motown and disco to
funk and house.


Classique presents House Classics Boxing Night
This Boxing Night bash at The Magnet boasts some big names in the shape of prolific house DJ Allister
Whitehead, Liverpool’s Ibiza regular Andy Carroll and the flamboyant Jon Cooper AKA Jon Pleased Wimmin.


303 NYE Party
Selador Recordings’ co-owners Dave Seaman and Steve Parry ring in the new year at Constellations with a little help from rising star Barber. A selection of the region’s finest talent will be on show in the garden meaning the party wont stop inside or out.

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