Dave Pearce will be hosting his Delirium club night at Concorde 2 in Brighton on Saturday 19 August 2017.

He will be joined by Solarstone, Thrillseekers and James Dymond with the warm up provided by upcoming talent Farius.

Saver tickets are available now via the Concorde 2 website. The event is for over 18s only and photo ID will be required.

Looks like an amazing night!


A&B take on the O2 in London

Above & Beyond are to play one of the biggest events of their career at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday 4 November 2017.

Following their 2016 Acoustic tour – which visited venues including the Royal Albert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and Sydney Opera House – the O2 event will be the only DJ performance by the trio in London in 2017.

“We still have fond memories of our first London gig to 200 people on a Thursday night at Turnmills so to be on stage where we’re taking on the O2 is a proper pinch yourself moment. And there’s always something extra special about playing to your hometown crowd,” commented Above & Beyond.

Tickets for the event will be available via from 09.00 on Friday 26 May 2017.

Above & Beyond’s latest single – Alright Now – is out now on Spotify, iTunes and other outlets.

Hardwell plays Manchester


Dutch DJ Hardwell is returning to perform at the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester on Sunday 16 April 2017.

Having sold out two consecutive nights when he appeared in 2014 Hardwell is now bringing his Go Hardwell or Go Home tour to the venue. DJ/Producer Kill The Buzz will also perform.


Hardwell, aka Robbert van de Corput, is from Breda in Holland and is known for tunes such as Spaceman and Apollo as well as a well-received Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1.

Tickets for Go Hardwell or Go Home, presented by in-house EDM promoter Lost In Time, are now on sale for £32.50 from VIP tickets are also available for £40.00 with perks including fast track entry, private bar, VIP toilets and access to the mezzanine level.

Further information available via:

Lany announce short UK tour


The LA based trio have announced a short UK tour.

They will play the 02 Institute in Birmingham on 6 March 2017, Gorilla in Manchester on 7 March and Koko in London on 8 March.

In 2016 Lany played a total of 117 shows across twelve countries and sold over 32,000 tickets. They also have 1.3 million listeners on Spotify.


Paul Klein, Les Priest and Jake Goss create music which evokes 1980s FM pop, early 1990s R&B and new wave electronica.

The tour will be great so catch them while you can.

Tickets are on sale from 10.00 on Friday 13 January via

Eric Prydz to play London in 2017

Eric Prydz will be bringing his EPIC show to Victoria Park in London on Saturday 27 May 2017.

The groundbreaking live show will take place in the Steel Yard, a superstructure designed and created exclusively for Creamfields.

Prydz last performed EPIC five years ago to 10,000 people at Alexandra Palace. The show used a winged structure the size of a jumbo jet, 3D holograms, lazers and animation.

Since then the show has grown in scale and sophistication and visited the world-famous Madison Square Garden in New York.

Tickets for the event go on sale at 10.00 on Friday 11 November 2017.

For more information visit:

Attend a concert, dance, do good

Concert organiser AQUA are celebrating the milestone of teaming up with charity WaterIsLife and donating up to 10 years of clean water to a school in Ghana.

Based on the idea that concert attendees can help make a difference, each ticket purchased for one of AQUA’s events contributes towards providing one month of clean water for someone in a developing country.

In the past they have worked with artists including 3LAU, Audien, Borgeous and Hardwell to create shows which use lights, lasers and projections to make water “dance to the beat of the music.”

Take a look at what they do:

Completely awesome idea!

I hear they have an exciting announcement coming up so definitely watch this space.

Cream Classics comes to London

Following a sold out event at Liverpool Cathedral, clubbing legends Cream are bringing their Cream Classics concert to the O2 Academy in Brixton.

Former Cream residents K-Klass have curated the set list which will be performed by a 60 piece orchestra with special guest vocalists and instrumentalists.

“The euphoric reaction to Cream Classics at Liverpool Cathedral was something I’ll never forget and it was great to see the set come off so well having invested much time and thought into its production,” commented conducter and arranger Tim Crooks.

“This show needs to be seen and heard again and where better than Brixton Academy? Get ready London, Cream Classics is coming!”

After the concert there will be a late party featuring performances by Seb Fontaine, Tall Paul, Danny Rampling, X-Press 2 and Jeremy Healy.

Pre-sale tickets are available from 10.00 on Wednesday 29 June 2016 with a general release on Friday 1 July via the following outlets: Tel: 0333 321 9990 (Pre-sale & General sale) / Tel: 0333 321 9999 / Tel: 0161 813 2222 / Tel: 0843 289 3333