The iconic Brixton venue announce a host of live music shows and club events to book now.
Prepare for a Bavarian blast as Oktoberfest Brixton makes its grand debut in London this October 2023! The party is set to pop off at Electric Brixton, which will accommodate 2,000 merrymakers from 1pm to 8pm across four fantastic Saturdays – 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th of October.
Ben has firmly established himself as one of the hottest properties in the UK Dance scene, selling out venues in a matter of minutes. With the announcement of Ben’s very own Ibiza residency, bébé presents, the sky is the limit for Ben.
BRIXTON DISCO FESTIVAL
Following the 5th consecutive sold-out multi-venue Brixton Disco Festival back in April, BDF are back for our Autumn one-off at the iconic Electric Brixton this October, with a stellar lineup inc. Todd Terje, Kirollus, Aroop Roy & Guinny.
Dream Wife has always been adept at merging the political with the playful, and Social Lubrication is no different. Vital statements are hidden within hot and heavy dance floor anthems about making out, having fun and staying curious.
Latin-American party-starters BRESH return to Electric Brixton once again this October, bringing their trademark blend of outstanding decorations, never-ending bangers and magical performers back to the South London staple.
In May 2012, pop iconoclast Loreen changed the game with her electropop stomper, Euphoria. Not only did the aptly-named, emotionally-loaded banger cruise to victory at that month’s Eurovision Song Contest, but it also crashed into multiple charts worldwide, including the UK top 3. 11 years later, she’s back making history as the second person & only woman ever, winning the competition twice.
With their hypnotic rhythms and mesmerizing vocals, Stereolab became one of indie’s most distinctive and influential bands when they emerged in the early ’90s. The group celebrated strands of pop music — bossa nova, lounge-pop, movie soundtracks — that were traditionally banished from rock’s lineage. On early singles and albums such as 1993’s Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements, Stereolab combined ’60s pop melodies with an art rock aesthetic. By the time of 1996’s Emperor Tomato Ketchup, their sound incorporated jazz, hip-hop, and dance music.
Fresh from the release of her highly acclaimed and hotly-anticipated debut solo album, Romy today announces details of a forthcoming headline live tour. The “Club Mid Air” tour will see the UK singer, songwriter and producer creating a series of unique and inclusive events across the UK, Europe and North America throughout November and December. Just like the album, the shows will be places for celebration, salvation and sanctuary on the dancefloor, with Romy joined by a personally curated selection of DJs.
D12 take to the UK this December for a special headline 20th-anniversary tour. The platinum-selling Shady Records hip-hop collective will stop in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff and Southampton. D12 will surely bring the energy to the stage with their timeless classics alongside new material encapsulating 20 years of D12 World, the album.