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Boomtown's AREA 404 reveals its plans for New Year's Eve

David Rodigan and Chinese Man will headline the party

  • James Ball
  • 15 December 2019
Boomtown's AREA 404 reveals its plans for New Year's Eve

Boomtown Fair's Bristol club Area 404, which opened in November, will throw a five-room party on New Year's Eve.

David Rodigan and Chinese Man will co-headline the party. Other sets will come from Dub Phizix & Strategy, Fixate, Skeptical, Rockwell and many others.

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As with previous events at Area 404, the party's dress code will adhere to a dystopic theme; costume ideas that have been suggested include "radioactive mutants, industrial hybrids, toxic zombies and wasteland scavengers."

For more information about the party, check out the event's Facebook page and the flyer below. You can grab tickets for the party here.

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