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The biggest parties happening in the UK picked by Mr. Afterparty

Following our recent guide to this summer’s festivals, we continue to handpick events to watch out for in the UK in the coming months.

This time around, we have compiled a list of our favourite large open-air and indoor event listings announced to date in the UK.

With promoters hard at work in the background and our much-adored venues spending their lockdown time upgrading and planning, we are expecting a return full of creativity, vibes and happiness.

Do you remember the times where we would ‘hug strangers’ and brush against sweaty t-shirts, getting elbowed as arms got thrown in the air amidst a break full of heavily applied reverb ascending to the expectant drop of bass? Yes, another thing we miss and cannot wait to get back to.

Although the roadmap scheduled dates may change, we are positive the post-Covid world will continue to take shape.

Jamie Jones
Lamex Stadium, Stevenage
Sunday 30th May 2021

Even though still socially distanced, we could not ignore the magnitude of the new Stadium Series, which will see Hot Creations and Paradise boss, Jamie Jones, touching down at the stadium on Sunday 30th May with support from future stars Ben Sterling back-to-back with Mason Maynard, Jaden Thompson & Fleur Shore.

The covid secure event offers pods of six, so you must book with five friends, but do not worry, there are still deals on offer.

Carl Cox Live
Brighton Beach
Friday 23rd July 2021

The Godfather of dance music and undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of all time, Carl Cox, will return to Brighton this summer, performing an exceptional headline DJ set to celebrate the 21st Birthday of Brighton’s premier venue, Concorde 2.

The setting is Brighton beach, where Fatboy Slim performed his iconic DJ set almost 20 years ago, back in 2002. This event will be an equally momentous occasion off the back of one of the world’s most challenging periods in years.

Amnesia presents Pyramid
The Drumsheds, London
Friday 3rd September 2021

The Drumsheds

Amnesia brings back a taste of Ibiza to London for the first time in the city since the last sell-out event at Printworks in 2019.

Programmed from midday until 10.30 pm, the all-day summer party will witness Pyramid host an open-air stage headlined by Ricardo Villalobos, Honey Dijon, Special Request, Mar-T b2b Luca Donzelli, The Blessed Madonna and a very special guest. Ibiza born brand ‘Do Not Sleep’ will host an indoor warehouse stage with Ilario Alicante, Richy Ahmed, Marco Faraone, Sidney Charles b2b Prunk and Ray Mono.

Haus 22 8th Birthday
Albert Hall, Manchester
Friday 8th October 2021

Albert Hall/Jack Kirwin

The renowned Manchester techno brand celebrates their 8th birthday in style at the magnificent Albert Hall and previously a Wesleyan Chapel built just after the turn of the 20th century in 1908. When it comes to head-turning techno line ups it doesn’t get more emphatic than a triple threat in Berghain resident and prolific techno producer Ben Klock, Dubfire, who has enjoyed commercial success under his Deep Dish alias as well as notable releases on Crosstown and Drumcode, and last but not least Nastia with her spellbinding twilight techno style.  You can be assured this event will be of holy proportion.

Terminal V Festival Halloween Edition
Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
30th-31st October 2021

Terminal V Festival

Terminal V is a biannual underground electronic music festival held in Edinburgh and, for the first time, will run over two days, repurposing the biggest indoor venue in the UK to create something quite spectacular within the industrial/raw feeling site at Ingliston.

Confirmed to appear over the two days are a varied selection of underground techno and house legends alongside exciting new acts emerging, including Amelie Lens, Ben Sims, Ben Ufo, The Blessed Madonna, Dax J, Deborah De Luca, Eats Everything, Ejeca, Eli Brown, Fjaak (Dj Set), Floorplan, Helena Hauff, Honey Dijon, I Hate Models, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz, Paula Temple, Solardo, Sven Vath, Tale Of Us.




Coined as 'The Cross 2.0', the club's new layout is spread across six floors of spaces to drink, dine and dance.


After launching his South Records imprint at the start of 2022, UK talent George Smeddles returns with an avid follow-up to his '90s EP.


the taxpayer-backed events start-up is on the "brink of collapse just months after raising $150m in fresh funding."


All proceeds will be donated to Choose Love supporting refugees fleeing Ukraine.


Parcels from Belgium and Germany were bound for separate locations in Scotland before being uncovered in a mail hub in the West Midlands.


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Photos of the rave were also posted, showing a gazebo lit up by LED lights, a soundsystem, and a handful of ravers.


The volunteers, most in their 20s or 30s, are shown dancing to Techno in a video as they cleared pathways and helped to clean...

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the taxpayer-backed events start-up is on the "brink of collapse just months after raising $150m in fresh funding."