Burning the Clocks have announced their first ever after-party. Coming to Brighton’s Patterns at 8.15pm 12am on Weds 21 Dec, To mark their support and to launch ticket sales for Burning the Clocks’ official after party, a five by two metre mobile comet ‘Harbinger’ last night delivered lanterns to The Chilli Pickle. “We’re delighted to be the official restaurant partner for Burning the Clocks 2016 and can’t wait to be a part of their first ever after party,” said Dawn Sperring, co-owner of The Chilli Pickle. After-party guests can expect music and entertainment from local radio station Juice 107.2, international DJ Russ Dewbury and Lakuta, a UK-based jazz, funk and soul collective – fronted by vocalist Siggi Mwasote. A selection of the parade’s samba bands and artists will also perform.
Juice 107.2 are also supporting this year’s event and have 100 early bird after party tickets, available at £5, using code word JUICE, tickets are available to buy via the Same Sky website. All ticket income from the sale of after party tickets will help Same Sky fund Burning the Clocks. “An after party is just what Burning the Clocks has been missing,” said Juice 107.2’s Guy Lloyd.. “Join us at Patterns after the fireworks, to mark the end of the parade with a warm drink, some great music and a little bit of Same Sky magic.”
Starting at 6.30pm on Weds 21 Dec 2015 from New Road, the Burning the Clocks parade runs from the Brighton Dome to the seafront, features around 2,000 participants and attracts more than 20,000 onlookers.
Early birds ticket for the after-party are available to buy for £5 via the Same Sky website, tickets also being available on the door for £10. All proceeds from these sales will go to Same Sky to help keep funding Burning the Clocks.
Burning The Clocks comes to Brighton on Weds 21 Dec 2015