Birmingham club night set for New Year’s Eve launch.
This New Year’s Eve sees the launch of the UKG One brand in Birmingham located at the iconic Monastery complex in a new unique club space accessed via 16 Lower Trinity Street in Digbeth. Setting the scene for their forthcoming Garage residency in the heart of Birmingham’s underground clubbing district; poised and ready to bring back the best in old school vibes with select garage classics, cutting edge dubs and an array of standout UKG from their stellar line up including Matt Jam Lamont, Martin Liberty Larner, Trudos, Wisk, DCS Dubz and Dr Love.
Celebrating a landmark turning point for the local scene the UKG NYE will spearhead a positive move into 2018 for the group that have all been integral to the international sound that was born from the original garage vibe. Headliner, Matt Jam Lamont is widely regarded for his influence as a producer, DJ and label owner for over twenty years and more recently has been serving global audience alongside his residency at Sankeys Ibiza for Redlight (previously named as DJ of the year).
You can expect to hear some of the best that current Garage music has to offer as he goes B2B with the legendary Martin Liberty Larner, also known as an early innovator and centre cog to the on-going London circuit. Supported by a solid line-up that always deliver a slew of dancefloor fillers balanced between their latest productions and the rarer side of dub plates and forgotten gems expect an unparalleled evening of top level music with a crowd to match.
The night starts at 10pm and will run until 5am with talks about a secret after party to follow on somewhere else in the Digbeth underbelly locale. There has been a strictly limited release of 400 tickets only and the pre-sale is already well into immediate trade. Set at £10 for Early Bird advance, 2nd Phase £15, 3rd Final Phase £20 and £25 on the door to ensure a place in one of this year’s exclusive club events.Tickets