Drum and bass bangers and a carnival theme for the bank holiday weekend in Sam Cherry’s Club Scene
Kicking things off tonight on the electronic music front this bank holiday weekend are After Hour Events as they return with their drum and bass-focused Soundz of the Future II at Acapulco on Albert Road, Southsea.
With a very limited amount of tickets available, expect an intimate one with DJs Drift, Flatline, 2 Corners, Entine, Lista, Stano, Nixtape, Gbangaz and Oh Charlie from 7pm until midnight.
Tickets cost £5 via Fixr. Their last event around a year ago sold out so get in quick.
Grab the details at facebook.com.
Meanwhile over at Drift on Palmerston Road, from 10pm until 2am Event Connect return with their residency and this week’s flavour is also drum and bass!
Expect fresh faces to take to the decks and represent part of Portsmouth’s new wave of DJs/artists.
Advance tickets cost £2.50 or £5 on the door. More details at facebook.com.
Tomorrow, Crescendo return to present a night of bumping tech house and techno beats.
The line-up sees Junior Gee, Leon Windsor, Andrew Robertson and Brad Goddard from 7pm until midnight.
Best of all, this event will be free but tickets are limited to 50 on a first-come, first-served basis. For more details, visit facebook.com.
Also on Saturday at The Astoria on Guildhall Walk, you can expect Oh La La to be bringing the heat with their vibrant carnival-inspired production featuring live musicians, confetti showers, firebreathers.
Expect it to be a packed one for the bank holiday! Entry is from 10pm until 4am, tickets cost £5 before 11pm and £6 after and more details can be found at facebook.com.
Meanwhile over at Pryzm, the Waster Reunion returns on Sunday with a UV and silly string-theme in the Vinyl Room (formerly Envy).
You can expect plenty of indie, rock and electro bangers from 10pm until 2am with Southsea Mafia DJs and Will Chump. Entry is £5 and this gives you access to all of the rooms at Przym! Catch the details at facebook.com.