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Bank Holiday Sunday in London

Bank Holiday Sunday is always an exciting day,simply because you don't have to go to work on Monday,so everyone does their upmost to fill their party quota.

Richard Dyer

Date published: 23rd Apr 2008

Bank Holiday Sunday is always an exciting day, simply because you don't have to go to work on Monday, so everyone does their upmost to fill their party quota. Whether it's through celebrating the english weather with a good ole' British BBQ, or hitting the town for a pint or several, safe in the knowledge that you don't have to start behaving until Tuesday.

We've taken our pick of events around London and hope there's something for you. If you are lucky then you may also be able to book a last minute hotel, just check our reccomendations on each events page as to where to stay!

Circo Loco @ The End / £20

Its never over as Circo Loco takes over the end again for another night of mayhem! For this party we are welcoming back Clive Henry! Clive is one of London’s favourite DJs spinning around the capital since the mid nineties however it was at DC10 where Clive exploded into the public eye. Now and international talent in demand all over the world and also spending most of his time in Ibiza, Clive’s London gigs are few and we are happy to have him back at Circo Loco, his home away from Ibiza!!

Crazysexycool @ Wax

It's a must, try and be there b4 11, as this party is going to be mad busy. Theres no work on Monday, so you know this will be a road block - rnb,hiphop,bashment,funkyhouse,old school garage & party classics. So a bit of everything then, right. I wish they would just say that...

Lose Control @ Pacha
If you attended either of our last two events at Pacha then you'll know how good the Lose Control vibe is, if not isn't it about time you popped your cherry!?! Very Cool, Very House, Very Chic, Very You, Very Me, Very London!
With Hoxton Whores, Jason Herd and a Kirsty Hawkshaw - 'Fine Day' PA you can guess what to expect. Haircuts a plenty..

Frantic - Hard House Heaven
It's back– our only visit to the mighty Heaven Complex in 2008! 4 arenas covering the full spectrum of hard music, with everyone from legendary pioneers of the scene to the biggest starts of the last few years, to the most promising talents of the future! It's big, it's bold, it's hard house heaven.

All Day Break-Fest
With the cancellation of Myfest this collective has been put together to throw a huge party on the Sunday bank holiday, creating a twelve hour mini festival showcasing the best in new bands from what would have been the Broccoli Music/Xfm Uploaded stage. Expect performances from Jon Brookes, Toy Guns, Parka, Fatels and lots more.