With summer’s full swing just around the corner, the excitement is palpable. Check out our top picks of club nights in the next few months.

Mella Dee, Asquith, Tañ & aalice | Hidden | Sat 4 Jun | £20

Asquith’s name has become a bit of a mainstay over the past few years, with his label and distribution service, Lobster Theremin one of lockdown’s few success stories. He’s joined by a more well-seasoned name in Mella Dee, who’s traversed various iterations of house, techno and much more over the last ten years. They hit Hidden alongside Rinse FM resident, Tañ and Meat Free’s aalice.

17 DownTex Mill, Mary Street, M3 1DZ
Call Super & Shanti Celeste | The White Hotel | Fri 10 June | £17.50

This one sees two White Hotel favourites return for an all night long b2b. Shanti Celeste’s 2019 album, Tangerine cemented her status as one of the brightest lights in UK dance music, while Call Super’s collaborations with Parris in recent years, both as a DJ and producer have seen a new label formed, Can you feel the sun.

Dickinson Street, Salford, M3 7LW
Greg Wilson | The Blues Kitchen | Fri 17 June | Free Entry

Disco veteran, Greg Wilson hits The Blues Kitchen, not long after their first birthday. When we say veteran we really mean it, Wilson was the first DJ to appear on TV in the UK, back in 1983. He brings his timeless blend of edits, classics and rare grooves everywhere he goes, and even plays off reel to reel if you’re lucky.

13 Quay St, M3 3HN
Alisha (All Night Long) | Joshua Brooks | Sat 25 Jun | £12.50

Tech-house DJ, Alisha went viral back in 2019 when a video of her playing Pirupa’s ‘Now Walk’, sampling Ru Paul, got retweeted by Ru Paul. She’s been a mainstay on lineups for Parklife, Elrow, Glastonbury and Fabric ever since. Don’t miss this chance to see her all night long down at JB’s.

106 Princess Street, M1 6NG
Fri 3 Jun
Brad Lengden
Published on:
Wed 25 May 2022