Friday 13 may be unlucky for some but, not us clubbers here in Portsmouth. If you want to risk it, there are two great nights out tonight plus two more tomorrow.
The Registry is putting on a club night tonight for those of you who wish to listen to something outside of the current dubstep and electro scene. They’ll be playing some of the best hip hop, funk, soul and Motown with a splash of reggae to keep the mood cool and calm.
DJs Scalfy, Depht and Lenski will control the Funktion sound system all night long. Put a request to any of these fine mix-meisters and, providing it is relevant, they’ll play it for you.
Entry is free all night.
Tiger Tiger is offering you the full clubbing experience and more tonight with Fab Friday.
Food, drink and a night to remember is on the cards if you take up this fab offer of 50 per cent off, not only happy hour drinks but food as well. The happy hour runs from 5 until 9pm, so it’s a great excuse to get out early.
It doesn’t end there either. Three rooms of great tunes await you after 10pm. The Tiger Bar will play the latest r ‘n’ b, hip-hop, electro and indie, Groovy Wonderland will take you back to the 1970s and ’80s and The Club will simply help you dance your way through the night with all the current club anthems.
Entry costs £5.
Hipshaker are back this Saturday with their vintage club night and it’s a post-Easter freebie. It’s hard to believe that this retro night has been going for 14 years now and has taken venues all over the south back in time for a night of music of yesteryear.
As always, you’ll hear an amazing mix of funk, soul, jazz, rock, r ‘n’ b, Motown, Latin, ska and reggae from the late ’50s through to the early ’70s and all on chunky vintage vinyl.
The free night starts at 10pm.
Finally, tonight sees the return of Funk’d & Blush at Club 8 in Guildhall Walk.
You’ll be expertly guided through a night urban, grime and hip hop by two of the top DJs in the South. DJ Mike Money has been entertaining the masses for years now not only as a DJ but a producer too with his material being played on Radio 1. DJ Dafo (aka David Foley) is slightly newer to the game, but an expert when it comes to DJing and producing grime, garage, electro, breaks and hip hop.
The night runs until 3am and entry costs £4.
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