There are some mighty fine-looking, upcoming musical events to shout about in this week's New On Skiddle roundup, all recently announced and with tickets now on sale! We're talking funky summer festivals, epic opening parties, all-night raves and supernatural Halloween spectacles.
Get tickets to see superstar titans of the international electronic music scene, Ewan McVicar, Solardo, Shy FX, Eats Everything, Adam Beyer, Rebuke, Lilly Palmer, Juliet Fox, Alan Fitzpatrick, Skream, LF System, Prospa and Maceo Plex, tearing it up in venues UK-wide through the latter half of the year and into 2023.
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Crane Opening Parties ft. Solardo, Hannah Wants, Shy FX, Chimpo...
When: Saturday 1st October 2022
Where: Crane in Birmingham
'A sleeping giant is awakening' - One of Birmingham's largest industrial music venues, Crane is back in action from October 2022 and to celebrate its return, the team behind the enormous rave space have announced two crazy, season-opening parties, soundtracked by a stunning lineup of world-renowned DJs.
Bass experts, Worried About Henry will kick-off proceedings on Saturday 1st October, with legendary producer, Shy FX, joining Clipz, Chimpo, and Breakage, in taking to the decks to wow a crowd of passionate, skanking fans. A fortnight later, tech house titans Solardo, Hannah Wants, Danny Howard and Eli Brown, amongst others, will take over the venue's sound system, delivering club bangers all day long.
For more information on the coming events, click or tap on the link below...
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When: Saturday 9th - Sunday 10th September 2023
Where: Apps Court Farm in Walton-on-Thames
Disco ball extravaganza, Boogietown Festival has announced that it will return to the Surrey countryside in September of 2023, for yet another enchanting weekend-long dance music experience.
Set to take up residence once more at its now spiritual home, Apps Court Farm, the event will boast an unparalleled lineup stocked with the best names in soul, funk and disco, performing across four different stages over two days. This year's event included appearances icons the likes of Gloria Gaynor, Sister Sledge, Soul II Soul and The Brand New Heavies. Expect a bill of the same calibre in 2023.
Weekend camping is available for those rough and ready amongst us, with glamping options also available for the less outdoorsy types. Ticket options and more on the link below.
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WHP 22 - Drumcode
When: Saturday 3rd December 2022
Where: Depot (Mayfield) in Manchester
The renowned techno label will take over the enormous Depot Mayfield warehouse, with founder Adam Beyer lining up alongside a score of the imprint's finest talents to deliver 9 hours of unadulterated dance music.
Alan Fitzpatrick, Rebuke, TREGAMBE architect, Juliet Fox, Eli Brown, Maceo Plex, German techno specialist, Lilly Palmer, ANNA, Charles D and hugely sought-after DJ name, Bart Skils are all confirmed to make an appearance over the course of the event, with a series of exceptional back-to-back performances coming courtesy of Brazilian producers, Victor Ruiz and Wehbba, Oscar L and Weska, Sterac and Steve Rachmad, as well as Raxon with Cuban dancefloor commander, Maceo Plex.
Find tickets for WHP 22 - Drumcode - here
Sidewinder Oldskool Festival - Halloween
When: Saturday 29th October 2022
Where: Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester
A gathering of depraved souls in a dark and eerie warehouse, moving to the wicked sounds of oldskool dance music over the weekend of all hallows eve... Have the hairs on the back of your neck stood up? Ours sure have!
Join the Sidewinder team for their legendary rave spooktacular at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre this October, and see monstrous sets from a host of acclaimed acts - from So Solid Crew and Jamie Duggan to DJ Luck & MC Neat, Artful Dodger, DJ Pied Piper, Sweet Female Attitude, Bassboy, DJ Cartier, Nastee Boi, MC Viper, DJ Rankin, Monsta Boy, Continental GT and many, many more.
Don't be afraid, get your tickets now before it's too late.
Find tickets for Sidewinder Oldskool Festival - here
The Tuesday Club - Autumn Season
When: September - December 2022
Where: Foundry Sheffield in Sheffield
One of Sheffield's longest-standing club nights, The Tuesday Club has begun drip-feeding details of upcoming events which make up its 2022 autumn series.
Kicking off on Tuesday 20th September, with a special Freshers Carnival to welcome new students in the city, and running right through until early December, the Foundry Sheffield will play host to a long and eclectic list of supreme selectors. Appearing at the venue live over the next few months, party-goers can expect to see sets from Skream, Prospa, recent chart-toppers, LF System, Gray, Pola & Bryson, Voltage and more.
Tickets for the aforementioned events are now on sale and selling fast. Click on the link below now to secure yours.
Find tickets for The Tuesday Club - Autumn Season - here
Ewan McVicar Handpicked
When: Saturday 8th October 2022
Where: Motion in Bristol
The plugged-in Scotsman, Ewan McVicar will travel the length of the UK from his native Ayr to take control of the decks at Bristol superclub, Motion on Saturday 8th October, where he'll curate an evening teeming with the UK's most sought-after selectors.
Dance addicts in the south should look forward to hearing music they've never heard before across two separate rooms, delivered by DJ names the likes of Optimo, Shannen SP, Melle Brown, Stevie Cox, Danse Atmos and Big Miz going back-to-back with Hayley Zalassi. But the main attraction of the night - make no mistake about it - will surely be the headline set by the main man himself.
Experience the talents that have propelled the burgeoning star to the top of the game, earning him bookings at massive events such as Glastonbury Festival and Creamfields North, live and in the flesh in Bristol next month.
Find tickets for Ewan McVicar Handpicked - here
Shangri-La presents: Eats Everything
When: Saturday 29th October 2022
Where: Tramshed Cardiff in Cardiff
Larger-than-life beat maker, Eats Everything links up with the Shangri-La team to bring a thumping live showcase to Cardiff's Tramshed next month.
The multi-award-winning DJ, who's been championed by the likes of Seth Troxler, Carl Cox and Jamie Jones, has had an extraordinary career thus far. From issuing underground anthems on lauded imprints, the likes of Catz n Dogz and Claude Von Stroke's Dirtybird label, to performing in front of thousands in superclubs and at massive music festivals around the world, and taking over the airwaves with two BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes in the space of one year - the only DJ to ever do so - his skills and lust for creating the ultimate party atmosphere know no bounds.
Don't miss your opportunity to witness one of the finest and most naturally abled DJs on the scene right now, doing what he does best, live in Cardiff this October.
Find tickets for Shangri-La presents: Eats Everything - here
When: Saturday 15th October 2022
Where: Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool
Showcasing some of the UK's freshest, boundary-pushing acts, What Music? is the brand new one-day event from Harvest Sun promotions.
Taking to the stage at Liverpool venue, the Invisible Wind Factory this October are a selection of critically-acclaimed performers and groups, including London post-punk outfit, Warmduscher, singer-songwriter, Anna B Savage and underground electronic duo, Real Lies, who've recently returned with their first album in 7 years - Lad Ash. Other names performing include Acid Klaus, Decius, Fat Dog, Jessica Winter, JDM Global, Grove, Lunch Money Life, Nuha Ruby Ra and Warm Graves.
A must-attend event for alternative music fans, get tickets now at the link below...
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Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.