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New On Skiddle: Circus presents Elrow, Solardo live at Mansion & more
From huge clubbing events and dance festivals, to mind-bending gigs and immersive horror shows - there's a vast range of fantastic new events on Skiddle with tickets now available to buy
Last updated: 28th May 2021
It looks as though the summer could finally be here! With temperatures set to soar across the UK and sunshine forecast throughout the entire bank holiday weekend, and beyond, now just might be the perfect time to start booking yourself some memorable days out. And we've got quite the list of events and attractions to choose from.
Adding to the hundreds, if not thousands of events bursting out of the Skiddle directory, this week, we saw another steady stream of gigs, raves, live music festivals and even some Halloween events being announced and uploaded to the Skiddle website.
Tickets have already been flying out for this week's most recently added events, with some very close to selling out! Take a peek at our 'New On Skiddle' listicle below, and begin booking an unforgettable 2021.
Click or tap on the events, artist names and venues for tickets and more...
This summer, combining forces for a second time, iconic club brands Circus and Elrow have announced another huge date at Liverpool's Bramley Moore Dock warehouse, following an already sold out instalment on Saturday 24th July. Catch Rowgelia the rave chicken alongside a host of respected electronic dance names, performing live at the massive riverside venue on Friday 23rd July.
Full lineup details have yet to be announced. Watch this space.
Midlands-based event promoters, Crooked House Productions are busy planning their very own one-day music festival - Crooked House in the Park. The magical event, set to take place in Lichfield's Beacon Park over the August Bank Holiday weekend, will see a long list of dance music greats performing over 4 huge stages. Ticket holders can expect to witness sets from the very best in house, garage, drum n bass and more.
Tech-house aficionados and loveable Manc scallywags, Solardo have confirmed their appearance at one of Liverpool's busiest and most exclusive nightclubs this June - Mansion. The trailblazing dance duo will bring with them an arsenal of heavy, club destroying hits to help them reintroduce revellers to the dancefloor on Monday 21st June, when all remaining COVID restrictions are lifted (fingers crossed). Sounds like one of those unmissable 'you had to be there' kind of experiences...
Just when you thought this year's Made in Leeds Festival couldn't get any better, the talented team behind the popular event go and announce not one but two huge after parties, at two of the city's most premier nightspots - The Warehouse and Beaver Works.
Join thousands of hungry dance fans on the dancefloors of both clubs, after the days main event, and catch live sets from the likes of local lad Tom Zannetti, Danny T, Corrupt UK, Sara Garvey, PJ Gardner, Josh Demello, K.O. Kane and many more...
Find tickets for Made in Leeds Official After Parties - here
Well frequented Manchester nightclub and intimate music venue, Hidden will summon the dark spirits alongside bass event junkies, Hit & Run on All Hallows Eve, for a supernatural dance event like none other found across the city.
Scheduled to run from 11 pm until the early hours of Saturday morning (30th October), the spooktacular (sorry) event, the largest Halloween party Hit & Run has ever thrown, will see an international bill of respected names taking to the stage, delivering a dark and evil soundtrack throughout. Much to the delight of those depraved souls present, of course.
Some of the many talents making their manchester debut on the night are Dutch DJ Imanu, French drum n bass expert Skylark and rising South African star, Stay C.
The current reigning champ of the drum n bass scene, the top dog, the kingpin, Andy C will no doubt already be working on his set ready for his mammoth 3-hour performance at the Forum Birmingham this November. Joining him on stage on the night and taking full responsibility for MC duties, renowned wordsmith Tonn Piper will compere the 8-hour event, running from 10 pm until 6 am the following day.
Additional noteworthy names also set to rock the newly refurbished live music venue on the night include the likes of DJ Hazard, Turno, Harriet Jaxxon and more...
Find tickets for Andy C plus special guests in Birmingham - here
Seasoned music promoters, Soundcrash Live Nation are set to welcome a swarm of celebrated musical greats to the shores of Cardiff Bay this September, for an incredible and surely unforgettable day of live music.
Appearing live at Alexandra Head, disco legend Nile Rodgers and his band Chic will head up a jaw-dropping bill of performers, which will also see the likes of Soul II Soul, sound system selector David Rodigan, funk and soul operator Craig Charles and more, performing to thousands of live music starved fans.
Find tickets for Nile Rodgers & Chic in Cardiff - here
Genre-splicing synth and percussion duo, Danalogue and Betamax AKA Soccer '96, will appear live in the flesh at Liverpool's 24 Kitchen Street this October, performing tracks from their forthcoming album 'Dopamine', due for release this September.
The cosmic soundscape navigators, who also make up two-thirds of London-based jazz-rock band The Comet Is Coming, have collaborated with a host of upcoming talents on the new record; a self-described sonic reaction to the concept of transhumanism and our 'ever-increasing entanglement with technology and artificial intelligence'.
Be sure to catch this one-of-a-kind double-act live in Liverpool this year.
Find tickets for Soccer '96 live in Liverpool - here
One of the UK's biggest seasonal club brands, The Warehouse Project recently announced its long-awaited return to the city centre of Manchester this September. Disclosing details of the first six opening shows of the 2021 season only a couple of days ago, each event, would you believe it, has already sold out. But not to worry, there's still plenty of WHP shows set to happen at the huge Depot Mayfield venue throughout the latter half of the year. Keep those eyes peeled.
Award-winning drive-in horror experience, Road to Hell is set to terrify the people of the midlands once again this October.
Renowned as one of the best drive-through horror shows in the UK, those who dare make the trip to Coventry's Heart Of England Events Centre in the build-up to Halloween can expect to have the life scared out of them over a hellish 1 and a half-mile journey. Drivers must make their way through the lost woodlands, confronting blood-curdling scenes, evil spirits, demons and beasts along the way.
Piece of advice - make sure all your car doors are locked and windows are fully up.
Experience horror like you never have before at this truly daunting immersive event.
Find tickets for Road to Hell - Drive-In Experience - here
For more gigs, raves, festivals, and theatre shows happening where you are, head to our What's On guide or Things To Do page