I hope everybody is making the most of all the sunshine we have been having recently.
Tonight is the first anniversary of One Love. To mark the occasion they are taking over Bar 38 In Gunwharf Quays from 7pm until 1.30am.
Offering you free entry to come and party with them to the best in bass, tech and house music, these guys love to hit it hard and show you all a good time.
And let’s not forget that the cocktails are pretty good in Bar 38.
Also tonight, after two years of success in putting on bass-driven all-out crazy parties in Chichester and Bognor, the Get On It boys head west to The Old Barn in Milton from 9pm until 1.30am, to present a night of Big Beat Boutique style with an anything goes, no-holds-barred musical entertainment policy.
With previous guests such as Kraft Kuts, The Wideboys and Timmi Magic, the Get On It residents are proud to welcome Atomic Hooligan to his first ever set in Portsmouth.
Expect anything to everything and you will not be let down.
Entry is £5 on the door.
Tomorrow is the launch of a new Saturday night at Liquid & Envy called Agenda, hosted by one of Portsmouth’s up and coming DJ talents, Jack Harris.
To kick the new event off with a bang they have invited headline act DJ Chris Lorenzo from Cause & Effect to make you want to go mental on the nearest dance floor. Entry is free between 9pm and 11pm with 50 per cent off all drinks.
Or you can take a trip to the Vine Vaults on Albert Road, where local favourites the Monkey Love Stunt team are the special guests for an event called Shifted.
Standard uniform for the evening will be all that’s disco, funk, soul and anything else they want, really. Entry will be free.
Lastly, on Thursday next week head to The Edge of The Wedge for Road to Blissfields from 7.30pm and show some support for special guests Big Child Man Child, who made their live debut at January’s Guide Awards.
One act from the night will win a set at Blissfields 2015.
I wonder who I want to win?