A staple in Brighton’s nightlife scene, The Arch is always hosting top-tier club nights, with this month being no exception. We have the run-down on all of the events happening at The Arch this March.

Human Traffic 20th Anniversary Celebration – Fri 8 Mar

It really has been two decades since Justin Kerrigan’s raver-classic, Human Traffic, was released. The Arch are hosting an anniversary party for the film which saw a group of five twenty-somethings spend a hedonistic weekend in Cardiff. Celebrate this cult-classic with others who share the same love for the rave culture of the 90s.

 

Cirque Du Soul: The Road to El Dorado – Fri 15 Mar

A small glimpse of what its like inside the El Dorado Festival, Cirque Du Soul are beginning their festival season early with a party at The Arch. With fresh décor, performers and the highest quality production, this is one that doesn’t come around too often and shouldn’t be missed.

 

FLOW with Franky Rizardo – Sat 16 Mar

Netherlands export Franky Rizardo brings his FLOW party to Brighton this month. The Dutch DJ, producer and label boss began his career as a radio show host and has grown into a performer who has played all around the world.

 

SuperCharged presents My Nu Leng & M8’s – Fri 22 Mar

Bass heavyweights My Nu Leng are bringing their infamous tour to Brighton yet again for another night of high rhythms and beats. The duo, who have produced remixes for the likes of Naughty Boy, Rudimental and Clean Bandit, are back for what promises to be their biggest show yet.

 

Sterns Ravers Reunion – Sat 23 Mar

The short-lived Sussex superclub, Sterns, is infamous in raver history. Running from 1989 to 1993 until it was closed by authorities. The Arch host a reunion for those who were lucky enough to experience an all-nighter back in the day, as well as those that didn’t, with two rooms of old-school tunes from the best Sterns DJs.

 

Wonderland with Jasper James – Sat 30 Mar

Glaswegian DJ and producer Jasper James is headlining a night of tomfoolery hosted by Wonderland. Having graced the stage at some of the worlds most respected clubs, he brings his brand of off-kilter house and techno to The Arch.