Tremor presents: The Nye Who Shagged Me on Sunday 31st December 2017
The maddest indoor festival in the UK to take you into the new year with style.
THE NYE WHO SHAGGED ME
New Years Eve Party.
Saturday 31st December: 10pm - 6am.
At the Trinity Centre.
Join us in a colourful celebration of the steaziest, the sexiest two decades, the sixties and the seventies. Two themed areas, the main room a dazzling disco dripping with delights and the second stage hosted by Father Funk's Church of Love, a playful tongue in cheek twist upon religion juxtapositioned with love, funk and sin, The trinity will be transformed into a kaleidescope of colour, ferociously funky, devilishly disco and a nawty night you won't forget!
* DUTTY MOONSHINE (Quartet)
* SERIAL KILLAZ
* SPECIAL HEADLINER (To be announced)
* DR SYNTAX & PETE CANON
* FATHER FUNK
* HOWLA b2b DANNY WAV
* MR TEA AND THE MINIONS
* THE PHUNK JUNKIES
* HIPHOPPAPOTAMUS (live) ft FELIX & MOOK
* X-RAY TED
* OCTO PI b2b STITCH
* DIB ft ROBBIE DYLAN & DIRIZION
* MATT MA G
* POWELLO BROS
* TRAFIC MC
* EMCEE ELLIS D
THIS IS A FANCY DRESS AFFAIR....DRESS TO IMPRESS.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
£18+BF [super early birds]
£23+BF [early birds]
£28+BF [tier 1]
£33+BF [tier 2]
Be sure to grab your tickets EARLY! We sold out 3 weeks before last year's event and many people missed out on the best party of the year!
STRICTLY OVER 18!!!
Category: Nightlife | Nightclub.
Sub-Categories: Nightlife | Festivals.
Artists / Speakers: Dutty Moonshine, Serial Killaz, Too Many Ts, Mr Tea and the Minions, Dr Syntax & Pete Canon, The Phunk Junkies, Octo Pi, b2b Stitch, DIB, Powello Bros, Trafic, Twitchee, Father Funk, Hiphoppapotamus, X-Ray Ted, Howla b2b Danny Wav, Matt Ma G, Powello Bros, Emcee Ellis D.
Super Early Bird: GBP 18,
Early Bird: GBP 23,
Tier 1: GBP 28,
Tier 2: GBP 33.
Music Genres: Bass Music, Drum n Bass, Funk, Hip Hop, Jungle
Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.