Patterns Brighton add Bradley Zero, HAAi, Helena Hauff to Spring schedule
The first quarter features some stellar events every single weekend
Patterns - Brighton’s most beloved nightclub - has announced its full line-up for the first quarter of the year.
The grassroots venue first touched down on the seafront in 2015 and has blossomed into an established night staple. Inside, a basement dancefloor takes over downstairs, while a sea-facing terrace overlooks Brighton’s beachfront serving cocktails, pizza, and beer.
Kicking off 2022, the first run of parties will see in the likes of Helena Hauff, BAKEY, Desert Sound Colony, KETTAMA, Dr Dubplate, Coco Bryce, Oneman, HAAi and Tim Reaper across multiple weekends.
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February’s special events also include ‘salute presents’ with a takeover from both salute and Cameo Blush, and slightly later in the month, Patterns will bring in Nia Archives for the launch of her latest EP.
Bradley Zero is also set to take his All Night Long tour to Brighton’s tides on February 26 where he’ll play a solo set all evening.
“Brighton’s most loved venue Patterns has long been ‘the place to go’ for any discerning music heads in the city, trusted for quality club nights, solid bookings, and a careful approach to curation across both club and live programme,” said Patterns on their long-running club nights.
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Come March, the final leg of gigs has also been revealed adding Girls of the Internet and Saoirse back to back on the line-up, and a special Shall Not Fade label party on March 18 featuring Kessler, Byron the Aquarius, and Ell Murphy.
“Our Winter > Spring season of events is finally here! All our artists from January through to March,” Patterns posted on Instagram yesterday. Check out the full line-up below.
Find out more about Patterns here, and find tickets to upcoming events.
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