9 parties you wish you were at on New Year’s Eve 2016/17
Ejeca returns to District 8 in Dublin.
Dublin favourite Ejeca makes his return to District 8 on NYE, the same date he played last year which was an unforgettable night.
The Northern Irishman is a massive favourite in Dublin, and is coming off of a huge year after kick starting his new alias ‘Trancewax’.
Grab your tickets here
Awakenings New Years Eve special with Richie Hawtin, Maceo Plex, Joseph Capriati and more in The Gashouder, Amsterdam.
This is looking absolutely incredible, not only are Hawtin, Maceo and Capriati on the bill but their joined by Tale Of Us, KiNK and Hito for a huge showcase in The Gashouder
A masterclass of musical knowledge will be showcased at this one.
Floating Points and Bicep at The Oval in London.
London City is known for being hectic on NYE, espically when Ireland’s very own Bicep and none other than Floating Points make their way to The Oval.
Floating Points will be on duty for the countdown before Bicep do their usual thing and turn a party into an old school 90’s rave.
Elrow takes over Amsterdam.
This year’s Elrow New Year’s Eve event is based on infamous Brazilian carnival ‘Sambodromo de Brazil’, so expect confetti canons, South American-inspired performances and more at this fiesta.
Witness Amsterdam’s De Scheepsbouwloods transform into a Brazilian party for yourself on 31 December 2016 with a line up on still TBA.
Jackmaster, Gerd Janson, Harri & Dominic in Glasgow.
What a line up this is, Jackmaster, Gerd Janson, Harri and Dominic will be making their way to Sub Club as the iconic venue reels in the new year.
Sub Club is a Bucket List achievement that must be fulfilled .
Luciano headlines Pacha in Barcelona.
Luciano is a highly-respected artist in the Electronic Music community and has dominated the game for years.
What better way to spend your NYE then to see the legend himself perform in one of his favourite clubs, Pacha Barcelona.
Nick Curly and Tuccillo return to Ibiza for New Years Eve.
Ibiza isn’t finished with the year just yet as ‘8 Bit Records’ label boss Nick Curly and his label mate Tuccillo will be making one more stop back on the island as they take over Pacha Ibiza.
The two will be a part of Nick’s new showcase ‘Trust’, which will platform emerging talent he has discovered.