Brighton clubbing september

Brighton Clubbing in September: 10 nights out you can’t miss

Disco DeviantBrighton Clubbing September
Hideout Brighton
Fri 14 September

For the penultimate Disco Deviant party in Brighton they’re bringing in a heavyweight. Over the last ten years, Andrew Weatherall has remained a long-term favourite for this crew. A key figure in dance culture, he was there at the beginning of UK clubbing, when dancefloors became more open-minded and loved-up. A founder member of the legendary Boys Own fanzine and purveyor of quality underground music, he’s a creative and inspired artist. He joins Pablo Contraband in the booth, along with and long overdue visit from Tim Keenoy.

Acid Rave pt. 3Brighton Clubbing September
Sat 8 September

Born in the 80s, acid house was a social movement and anti-culture revolution, institutionalized as a golden-era for music and free spirit. Now its influences are being celebrated with Patterns’ Acid Rave series. They welcome Felix Dickinson, part of the UK’s underground dance scene for the last three decades, to show Brighton what the fuss is about.

Destroy Rock & RollBrighton Clubbing September
Fri 7 September

A true noughties disco, Destroy Rock & Roll celebrates the last time when music was really, truly brilliant. DJs Simon Price (Spellbound/Stay Beautiful) and Jayney Blamblam (Total Blam Blam) revisit a lost world of dial-up internet, Napster, Day-Glo colours, Myspace Nokia 3310s and Jagerbombs.

Shanti Celeste
Sat 29 September
The seafront staple’s 2018 resident returns for her penultimate Peach Party. This time she’s inviting fellow London Josey Rebelle and Saoirse, with Brighton’s Faro rounding off a stellar line-up.  Rebelle’s house, techno and breakbeat sounds both old and new, While Saoirse’s genre explorations have landed similar success on both sides of the Atlantic.


Fri 7 Sept,
Concorde 2

One of the most in-demand DJs on the planet, comes to Brighton to throw a no-nonsense, no-frills house and techno party


Sat 8 Sept, Green Door Store:

The monthly Tru Thoughts party sees Rob Luis presenting a five-hour set of bass, hip hop, soul, reggae, dubstep, funk and beats.

Sat 8 Sept, The Arch:

It’s been a beautiful summer, so Wonderland have had the brilliant idea to close it  with one of their favourite guests – Melé

Fri 14 Sept, The Arch:

The UK’s favourite festival-influenced house music party comes to Brighton for the first time this year.

Fri 21 Sept, Komedia:

“I’M ON CHANNEL 3! IT’S SOMETHING MY DAD LIKES!”  “Check out two…” “WHAT?” “TWO! Oh wait, it’s finished now.”

Sat 28 Sept, Green Door Store:

The German underground fires up the city, with funk, to house, to techno. Ze Germanz and their amazing guests are here…

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