It’s that time of the year again!
When people start asking you… “What are you going to do on New Year’s Eve?”
“Where are you going on New Year’s?”
“We should start to organise something for the New Year’s Eve, don’t you think?”
But don’t worry, Rhythm Passport is here to help.
If you don’t want to be caught off-guard and act like the one who always know the best party in town…read our suggestions about New Year’s Eve events in London.
Despite the fact not many events have been announced yet, we have already picked out five parties which will surely keep you busy dancing and leave yourself asking to keep on with music and fun on the first morning of 2016.
One of the first events to be announced was the New Year’s Eve Tropical Party organised by the SoundCrash’s guys and going on stage at Village Underground. The Shoreditch’s venues will be filled by tropical beats and rhythms coming from Latin America and Western Africa thanks to the bustling deejaying skills of Quantic and Giles Peterson. Throughout the longest night of the year (at least for partygoers), there’ll be also enough time to enjoy some dub and dubstep with the referential set of Kode9 and LV.
At a short distance from Village Underground, Rich Mix will give free reign to the Movimientos crew and their unmistakable South American get-together and carnivalsque attitude. Som Pikkante & Kantikena’s live performances, which will parade cumbia and Afro-Caribbean beats, will be supported by the habitual crazy gang of Latin vibes DJs Arriba la Cumbia and the hosts Cal Jader and Russ Jones. They will undoubtedly give life to the definitive Tropicalista event, which will be likely to be sold out well in advance.
As it happened last years, T. Chances in Tottenham will welcome the brilliant Lizard Stage team and its groovy friends. The full line-up includes some of the theatrical and histrionic names of the London Gypsy, funky and electronic scene like Gypsy Hill, Rumpsteppers, Tankus the Henge and DJ Couscous. Two rooms, six acts and more than ten hours of flamboyant tunes for Inner City Lizard Extravaganza.
While, in the London Far-East, despite a full line-up not yet being announced, Passing Cloud is preparing one of its talked about offbeat and upbeat nights with Urgent Union and Open the Gate DJs, Koichi Sakai and the ever-present Passing Clouds All-Star Jam.
The final addition to the list is the just announced Cuban Fiesta which will wave goodbye to 2015 at The Forge. Kandela Mi Son and DJ Javier de la Rosa will bring some calor cubano from Santiago to the Camden venue.
Have you finally cleared your mind about NYE? So…have fun, happy new year!