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Top Picks: Easter Bank Holiday 2019

Top Picks: Easter Bank Holiday 2019

Jonathan Coll | Features & Interviews

It’s an unpopular opinion, but Easter has always been one of the favoured holiday seasons of the clubbing calendar.  A four-day break, just as the sun is beginning to break the clouds, and perhaps the only time of year when you can eat Coco Pops, while using half a chocolate egg as a bowl. There’s also some absolutely belting parties, if that’s your thing and we’ve been kind enough to list out a selection to make picking one that little bit easier. From a UKG takeover in Manchester courtesy of Sun City, to the mighty Terminal V taking over Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre once more, check out the parties taking over this four day weekend…

Clash in the Capital
Thu 18th Apr
Printworks, London

Printworks continue to break new ground, this time hosting two rival sound systems for a throw-down inspired by Jamaican Sound Clash Culture. Expect Printworks’ typically mind-bending production, alongside the sorts of junglist rhythms rarely heard in a venue of such magnitude.

La Discotheque
Thu 18th Apr
Canal Mills, Leeds

A vibrant, colourful disco celebration is afoot as Canal Mills, as La Discotheque take their bombastic country-wide extravaganza to Leeds. Dmitri From Paris is joined by Purple Disco Machine and Crazy P’s Danielle Moore, among a stellar lineup.

Flava D
Thu 18th Apr
Marble Factory, Bristol

Flava D is on a roll, as she takes on one of Bristol’s iconic venues for a night of rolling bassline. This is just the beginning of an enviable summer, which will see her play to enormous crowds at the likes of Hideout Festival and more.

Sun City Easter Cracker
Fri 19th Apr
Viva, Manchester

Viva offered a slightly more VIP feel compared to Manchester’s typically underground offering. Centrally located, with a staged dancefloor and VIP booths, it’s a welcome change of pace from your usual abandoned warehouse. That said, Friday 19th of April sees it play host to MC Romeo and UK Garage All Stars, for a night of bassline, funky and R&B.

Kings of the Rollers present: Royal Rumble
Fri 19th Apr
Studio 338, London

London’s Studio 338 has gone from strength to strength since the fire of 2016. It’s reaffirmed its status as the only Ibiza-infused superclub in London, and Hospitality host some of Drum & Bass’ finest on Friday 19th April. King of the Rollers is comprised of Voltage, Serum and Bladerunner, who will be joined on the decks by Inja, Doc Scott and more.

Selecta - The Return / Flava D
Fri 19th Apr
The Loft, Kettering

The Midlands nightclub has undergone something of a transformation recently. A facelift and a fresh booking policy which is bringing some of the industry’s best to Northamptonshire. Flava D will be providing 90 minutes of typically pumping tracks, supported by Tenshu and Alfie Cridland

Bass LDN presents Brockie & Det, Artful Dodger, Crazy Cousinz
Fri 19th Apr
EGG, London

Garage aficionado Artful Dodger heads through to Egg London for eight hours of UKG classics and bass-heavy rhythms. Egg is one of London’s best kept secrets, with a stacked soundsystem and raucous crowd.

Terminal V: The Rising
Sat 20rth Apr
Royal Highlands Centre, Edinburgh

Scotland’s premier techno festival returns for its sophomore year. With Richie Hawtin breaking his Scottish hiatus, and the likes of Maceo Plex joining revered underground selectors like Kobosil and Tama Sumo, this is not one to be missed.

Abode Easter Sunday
Sat 20th Apr
Tobacco Dock, London

London Warehouse Events have been staging some of London’s best festivals and club nights for the last four years. The brand has gone from strength to strength, with the incredible Tobacco Dock being the jewel in their particular crown. Ibiza stalwarts David Squillace and Matthias Tanzmann provide the soundtrack.

Springfest
Sun 21st Apr
Magna, Rotherham

Rotherham’s Magna will be transformed from erstwhile Science and Adventure Centre, as the best in house and bass descend on Yorkshire to welcome in the summer. They’re bringing along house heavyweight MK, as well as some of the biggest break-out acts from the last two years such as Latmun and Solardo.

Bass Music Awards 2019
Sun 21st Apr
O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse hosts the 2019 Bass Music Awards party. Sub Focus and Pendulum will be adding the drum to the bass at this year’s industry awards bash. While room 2 hosts a particularly tempting b2b between Jamie Duggan and DJ Q, two of the country’s foremost providers of dubplates and white labels.

See our full list of Easter events here

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