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Patterns announces four month run of reopening parties

Goldie playing back-to-back with Martyn, Sicaria Sound, Paranoid London and more feature

  • Gemma Ross
  • 27 April 2021
Patterns announces four month run of reopening parties

Brighton club Patterns has announced details of four months of reopening parties.

The underground club is returning in May, revealing a full music programme running through until September.

Set to reopen on May 21, the club will be amongst the first event spaces to open indoors, but will be seated until their re-opening party on June 21.

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The line-up features both old faces and new, with artists including Goldie playing back-to-back with Martyn, Leon Vynehall playing back-to-back with Peach, Demuja, Horse Meat Disco, Paranoid London, DJ Boring, Interplanetary Criminal, Gilles Peterson, Yu Su, Oneman, Barely Legal and Sicaria Sound (pictured).

Nestled on the seafront, Patterns is one of Brighton’s best-loved clubs, hosting a range of nights from jungle to disco. The underground club has announced that it will run events as a ‘warm up series’ until June 21.

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May will see Patterns return with a UKG night with their Foundations Friday parties where local collectives and special guests come together to promote the Brighton scene. Further in the month, Bristolians Ghost Phone and K-Lone appear alongside Cyphon and Observ.

By September, Patterns will be back in full swing with no social distancing requirements and an open dancefloor. Nights will include Foundations Free Jungle Party and Leon Vynehall B2B Peach, with a celebration of Brighton’s world-famed Pride running just a month before.

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As clubs are beginning to re-open outdoors this month, May will see a surge in live sets taking place indoors, all seated until government restrictions lift.

See the full list of acts playing below and find out more here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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