New Year’s Eve 2014 in Brixton – our pick of the best!

Written by on December 11, 2013 in Culture, What's On - 2 Comments

Thinking about that New Years’ trip? Not sure what to do or where to go? Well check out Laurice Laird’s suggestions of five ways to exit this year in style! 

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Electric Social, 40 Acre Ln

Offering a complimentary glass of Moet & Chandon, this party will be sure to light up your New Year’s with DJ’s including Brxtnfnk, Foreign Boy and Curtis Chip playing the best in Funk, Soul, Hip Hop, Breaks, Dub, Disco & Bass. Tickets are £25. Party starts from 9pm.

02 Academy Brixton, 211 Stockwell Road

Lock N Load events present ‘Last Night on Earth’. With almost 5,000 people set to attend, Sasha has sealed his place in one of the greatest lineups of house and techno with his first London NYE performance in over a decade. With a Mixmag front cover and weekly residence at Ushuaia Ibiza under his belt, it is an event not to be missed for this global icon. Other dj’s on the night include: Hot Since 82, Guy Gerber, Nic Fanciulli, Deetron and ThermalBear plus many more. Cost: £30 – £45. Doors open 9pm – 6am.

Brixton Jamm, 261 Brixton Road

Gold Teeth Ltd, who will be hosting the night, formally invite you to welcome in 2014 in a ‘suitably drunk and irresponsible fashion’. They promise pints of Champagne, stage invasions, dancing on tables and glitter cannons, to make this a truly renowned new year. Music on the night ranges from Hip Hop to House, Funky and Soul to Rock n Roll and many more. 9pm – 5am. Tickets range from £8 – £18. ID required.

Hootananny Brixton,Effra Road

This venue promises an epic New Year’s Eve party, with a huge indoor / outdoor NYE festival. If you’d like to experience the beer garden, food stalls, confetti and cannons, then get yourself down to Hootananny which will be playing the latest in gypsy, electronics, reggae, dancehall, hiphop, jungle and breaks. Time: 9pm – 5am. Price: £12/£15/£20.

Plan B – Reggae Roast New Year’s Eve special, 418 Brixton Road

In the mood for to add a little tropical spritz to your evening then look no further! With the Congo Natty Family and Skitz & Rodney P, Plan B promises the ‘Biggest Line-up Ever’ with music ranging from Reggae to Jungle, Dancehall to Hip Hop. Doors open from 10pm – Late. Price £15 – Early bird tickets on sale now!

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2 Comments on "New Year’s Eve 2014 in Brixton – our pick of the best!"

  1. Em January 1, 2014 at 8:17 pm · Reply

    Hootananny was a let down! There were too many people so no space to dance and the women working on the bar were asking people to buy them drinks… and giving to preference to those that did so buying another round later on in the night became impossible. I know it was New Year’s but really, since when is that a thing in London?! No countdown to midnight at about 12:03 the music stopped for about 3 secs and the band shouted ‘happy new year’ and that was it . Disappointing music… All in all, the event was nothing like the description: “Epic New Years Eve party to end the year in a fine style with massive indoor outdoor NYE festival organised by top live promoters Wormfood London, gypsy, electronics, reggae, dancehall, hiphop, jungle and breaks.” Shame as other Hootananny nights are good (like Moviemientos)…

  2. Ellen December 25, 2013 at 7:14 pm · Reply

    Also the windmill pub on Brixton hill has a NYE party. It’s £6 on the door and thre will be tickets on the door. Check out there website. Have a good. New year xx

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