New On Skiddle: PRTY, Girls Don't Sync, Solardo, festivals & more

The biggest and best new events added to Skiddle, including PRTY, shows in The Warehouse Project’s Archive room, festivals, and more.

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 26th Feb 2024

We’re nearly there, guys! We’ve nearly made it through winter. Give yourself a pat on the back, we’ve made it through. 

With the 20th of March being the end of winter, we’re less than three weeks away from the first day of spring! And, in just under six weeks, the clocks go forward. So the beer garden laughs, barbecues, outdoor gigs, and festivals are almost here. But if you love winter, well, condolences…

With festival season approaching, we’ve got four festivals in this week’s New On Skiddle, as well as a 16+ DnB rave, PRTY presenting Pawlowski, UB40 ft. Ali Campbell, two gorgeous shows in The Warehouse Project’s Archive room, and more.

Check out what’s new below, secure your tickets, and pack 2024 with fun, laughs, and dancing!


PRTY Presents Pawlowski


When: Friday 22nd March 2024

Where: Digital Newcastle in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Infusing trance, acid, and 90s rave sounds into his galvanising productions and sets, European DJ and producer Pawlowski comes to Newcastle in March, courtesy of soon-to-be-legendary Scottish event brand PRTY.  

Having dropped his debut EP late last year on Charlotte De Witte’s KNTXT, he’s never been better prepared to get crowds grooving through his set. And with support from Adam Cutting, Cadzow, and Jezza & Jod, the place will be jumping from start to finish.

If you love hard dance, give Pawlowski a little listen before securing your tickets below. An incredible DJ who knows how to control a crowd, it’ll be brilliant.  


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UB40 ft Ali Campbell In The Park | Leazes Park, Newcastle


When: Friday 23rd August 2024

Where: Leazes Park in Newcastle Upon Tyne

What a way to kick off the August bank holiday weekend! UB40 ft. Ali Campbell comes to Newcastle’s Leazes Park to sprinkle luscious reggae vibes through the air on a (fingers crossed) warm summer’s evening. 

To get you all warmed up, support comes from reggae veteran DJ David Rodigan, UK dancehall’s M Dot R, and The Marley Experience, honouring those simply iconic Bob Marley songs we all know and love. 

With pints, green scenery, and reggae (easily the most summer-ready genre), we’ve got the recipe for an unforgettable summer bank holiday weekend. 


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Solardo - All Night Long


When: Friday 5th April 2024

Where: Archive At Depot Mayfield in Manchester

The Warehouse Project continues to gift us with excellent events taking over Depot Mayfield’s Archive room with Manchester duo Solardo up next with an all-night-long set.  

Loved for tracks like 'XTC', 'Free Your Body' with Chris Lake, 'Power' with Maur, and 'Adidas & Pearls' with Vintage Culture and LOWES, the duo have taken over some of the biggest festival stages including ones at Glastonbury, Parklife, and Creamfields, hypnotising crowds as they dance for hours. 

In April, from 10pm until 4am, the Archive will be bouncing thanks to the house/tech house act. 


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Girls Don't Sync


When: Saturday 6th April 2024

Where: Archive At Depot Mayfield in Manchester

The Warehouse Project strikes again as Girls Don’t Sync takes over the Archive with their multi-genre selections, provoking nothing but massive smiles and excellent vibes.

The all-female DJ/producer collective embraces just about any dance genre, so long as it’ll get the crowd moving. In the past, they’ve injected afrobeats, UKG, bass, dancehall, house, remixed pop bangers, amapiano and more into their sets, while keeping the audience engaged by jumping, standing on tables, slinging gun-fingers, and hyping everyone up as they take turns on the decks. 

Always a super engaging show with music in there to suit many music fans, GDS is set to deliver another set you’ll be thinking about for weeks after the fact. 


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Super Sonix 16+ : Easter Special w/ Bou


When: Thursday 4th April 2024

Where: Forum Birmingham in Birmingham

Super Sonix brings its second show of the year to Birmingham’s Forum with none other than DnB’s star of the moment Bou

With bangers like ‘Baddadan’, ‘Closer’, and ‘Streetside’ under his belt along with years of DJing experience, which has taken him to some of dance music’s biggest festivals and raves, any young drum and bass fan is in safe hands with Bou. 

More names are still to be announced, but with one of the scene's best-loved names already confirmed, and with Super Sonix’s history of booking the best in the game, we know this one will be unreal. 


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Our House Family Festival


When: Sunday 26th May 2024

Where: Brighouse Town Football Club in Halifax

Another bank holiday weekend bash, Our House gifts families a day of fun from 12pm until 7pm, with under 5s going free!  

Going all out, there’s plenty at this festival to keep littluns giggling all day long, with lots for the grown-ups to enjoy, too. A lineup of experienced DJs, including Dale Castell, Rob Tissera, and Marc Leaf, will be playing commercial house and club classics, brought to life with live percussion and saxophone. 

The dog-friendly fest also boasts charity stalls, bouncy castles, face painting, fairground rides, walk-about Star Wars characters, and ice cream vans. Adults can also take advantage of the large outdoor bar. 

A short distance from Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, and Wakefield, you’ve got a belting day out with the family almost on your doorstep. 


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Religion Rave XII


When: Saturday 4th May 2024

Where: The Old Firestation in Bournemouth

Bank holiday weekends are for raving. If you agree, we’ve got a belter here for you lot in Bournemouth.

The South Coast's legendary hard rave party, Religion Rave, is back once again, bringing those hardcore and harder style tunes to Bournemouth’s Old Firestation. On the May bank holiday weekend, a heavy-duty lineup, which will be announced soon, will be getting the 1200-capacity club sweaty and bouncing to those hard-hitting tracks that burst with energy. 

This one runs from 10pm until 4am. And with it being on the bank holiday weekend, you’ve got plenty of time to recover. 


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Cheshire Fest


When: Saturday 31st August 2024

Where: TBC in Macclesfield, Cheshire

Cheshire’s number one boutique festival arrives, bringing thrills to punters in a lush green countryside setting. 

The festival brings headline performances on the main stage and world-class DJ sets over at its House and Vocal tent. There’ll also be the Bask Live Lounge for acoustic performances, creating an intimate, relaxed atmosphere.   

More than just fantastic music of different genres, Cheshire Fest will also feature a wellness tent, allowing you to slip away from reality and find your zen with a 0% alcohol bar, juice detox, and experiences, creating a serene setting for when your legs need a break from dancing.

Tickets are an absolute steal too, so long as you act fast! 


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GoldCoast Oceanfest


When: Friday 21st - Sunday 23rd June 2024

Where: Croyde Bay in North Devon

GoldCoast Oceanfest returns in 2024 with its 25th edition, bringing yet another weekend of sublime live music paired with beach sports for all the family. 

The fest recently announced James Bay, Example, Aswad, Circa Waves, Caity Baser, and more for this year’s bash, a healthy mix of genres covering pop, indie rock, reggae, and dance (including the return of the dance tent). More artists are still to be announced, but it’s already looking stunning.

Outside the music, there’ll be surfing showcases, attractions, inspirational speakers, and more.

Secure your tickets for this family-friendly festival below, including payment plan options to help spread the cost. 


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Salford Pride Presents: The Pink Picnic 2024


When: Saturday 22nd June 2024

Where: Peel Park Salford. in Salford

Greater Manchester’s largest grassroots pride celebration returns bigger than ever in 2024, bringing a day of thrills to over 8,000 LGBTQ+ friends and family. 

The event, which runs from 1pm until 8pm, brings a wide range of entertainment including DJs, live music, drag artists, dancers, and talks from prominent voices in the community. Alongside all of that, there’ll be food, drink, fairground rides, and activities for the kids. 

The celebration puts community at the heart of everything it does, uniting businesses, charities, and groups together to showcase Salford’s diversity. Attendees can bring alcohol in, too - check the event listing for info on that!

Tickets are a steal, and the money goes to charity, which secures the future of Salford Pride and supports the event’s team of volunteers. VIP tickets offer all the good stuff - posh toilets, a private bar, two free drinks, and the opportunity to meet some of the headlining performers. 


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On sale later this week…


Liverpool Celebrates... Mathew Street Festival


When: Friday 23rd - Monday 26th August 2024

Where: Liverpool Pier Head in Liverpool

Liverpool! Your prayers for cracking August bank holiday weekend plans have been answered! 

Matthew Street Festival returns to Pier Head this summer in a brand new format. Each day  has a different theme to celebrate all eras and genres of music from Liverpool legends, local talent, international sensations, and boss tribute acts, with dozens of acts to be announced. 

After being cancelled in 2013, the fest makes its highly-requested return with the original Mathew Street Festival organisers, who have partnered with Liverpool Celebrates. As well as music, punters can enjoy food, drink, and more entertainment.

Celebrating and showcasing the city’s history and spirit, thousands will descend on the beloved festival, with tickets expected to fly out.

Tickets go on sale this Friday (1st March). For the best chance of securing your place, sign up for tickets now below! 


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