6 Banging New Year's Eve Parties in Nottingham

Words: LeftLion
Tuesday 25 December 2018
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It's time we see this bogger out in style....


New Year’s Eve

When? Monday 31 December, 8pm
Where? Rock City, Rescue Rooms, Stealth
What? It’s that time again. New Year’s Eve parties are about to pop up left, right and centre. DHP never fail to whack on a night that’s a cut above the rest, opening up Rock City, Rescue Rooms and Stealth for the biggest party in town. All three venues will be packed with world-class DJs, with tunes ranging across genres and all the bass you can handle. Make sure you bag tickets before they inevitably sell out.
How much? £35.75
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New Year Carnival

When? Monday 31 December, 11pm – 6am
Where? Nottingham Irish Centre
What? With six of Nottingham’s best rave crews on board – including Mimm, Pull It, Tumble, Rubberdub, 2step and Reloaded – New Year’s Eve at the Irish Centre will be a bit of a mad one. Expect massive sound systems, DJs, and the venue kitted out like a proper carnival. Fancy dress optional, good vibes guaranteed.
How much? £8
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New Year’s Comedy

When? Monday 31 December, 7pm
Where? Glee Club
What? This year, Glee Club are hosting a New Year’s Eve party that’ll start with comedy and food, and end with a midnight countdown and DJ sets to keep the party going through the night. No better way to end the year than with belly laughs and a fancy-pants dinner.
How much? £26
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DirtyFilthySexy Presents: Wicked Winter Fantasy Ball

When? Monday 31 December, 9pm
Rough Trade Nottingham          
A night of live music, drag performances and alternative music. Diablofurs will be providing the tunes, with an electic mix of dirty, fuzzy rock ‘n’ roll dressed up in feather boa’s and eyeliner, plus the alternative drag show will see Nana, Glitterhawk and Marika the Alien take to the stage for some first class entertainment. Stick around after the new year bells for DJ sets too.
How much?
£6 - £7
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Bamalamasingsong New Year Special

When? Monday 31 December, 8pm
Southbank City
If you still ain’t been to a bamalamasingsong gig yet, you’ve truly been missing out. A live band plays crowd-pleasing karaoke classics, and your lot take the role of lead singer and belt out the lyrics. The I’m Not From London crew know how to throw a serious party, so we’ve got no doubts that this one will be worth the new year hangover.
How much? £16.50
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New Years Eve

When? Monday 31 December, 7pm
Malt Cross
Back by popular demand for the Malt Cross’ new year’s bash is Harare, the urban, Zimbabwean dance music troupe that have well and truly captured hearts over here in Hoodtown. Harare is one of the few groups to be playing Zimbabwean dance music in Europe, and combine Jit Jive, hypnotic rhythms and unusual instruments to get your lot up on the dance floor. It’s gonna be a lively one.
How much?
£8 - £10
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For the full motherload of goings-on this week, check out our What's On section

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