Join local record label Tru Thoughts to celebrate their 20th birthday with a two floor takeover of Patterns.
Rag’n’Bone Man seemed genuinely thrilled to be headlining in his hometown as he delivered a powerful set at the racecourse including plenty of surprises.
Record crowds are expected for this unique hometown show from local lad Rag'n'Bone Man at Brighton Racecourse.
Despite being short and sweet, Afriquoi created a fun, infectious atmosphere with a sound unlike any other.
A spine-tingling live show at The Haunt from an electronic producer at the top of his game.
With a show that didn't quite fit the venue, Detroit's Amp Fiddler took us to church.
Afriquoi bring their inimitable blend of live African dance music to an all night party at Patterns, supported by Tuckshop residents and Baloo.
The ‘Ghetto Fly’ flies in from Detroit for an exclusive live show in Kemptown’s stunning St Mary’s Church, with support from local songstress Abi Flynn.
Bringing the King of Pop’s greatest hits to Concorde 2 for the very first time, this is an exclusive opportunity to get down to MJ as you’ve never heard him before.
An epic treat for the senses, complete with laser beams and confetti shower, from Brighton's best-loved electronic artist.
Tru Thoughts celebrates a milestone with a special show at the Dome, featuring Quantic, Alice Russell, Hot 8 Brass Band and more.
Former Brighton local and dance music mastermind Bonobo, plays a very special one-off show at the Brighton Centre.
We asked Tru Thoughts to share the secrets of their success, ahead of their 18th birthday party at Brighton Dome.
Hacienda Classical reinvent dancefloor classics for old ravers at Brighton Racecourse, with support from Groove Armada and Stereo MCs.
Loyle Carner celebrated his 21st birthday at a sold out Concorde 2 by doing what he does best: confessional, heartfelt hip hop.
Party At The Races was like Butlins on acid with a DJ set from Basement Jaxx and a stage of live local talent.
With Craig David smashing it out of the park and DJ sets galore, Boundary Brighton had a decent start.
Party At The Races sees out the summer festival season in style with top DJs and some great local bands.
“Catching up all a fire” at Concorde 2, Julian ‘Ju Ju’ Marley brought a touch of Marley magic to Brighton.
While ‘Boy King’ may not be to everyone’s taste, diehard fans will appreciate Wild Beasts evolving sound.
Wild Beasts play an exclusive two-day residency at The Old Market to mark the announcement of new album 'Boy King'.
Despite the underage casualties, Shoreham’s second Wild Life Festival brought the noise with a diverse musical line-up.
Chilled vibes, friendly crowds and a great headline set from Soul II Soul - Funk The Format looks set to become an annual fixture on the festival calendar.
Even some dodgy tech hiccups couldn't stop the children of the 80s revelling in the sounds of the ‘Second Summer of Love’, recreated by legendary Haçienda DJs.
Disclosure and Rudimental's dance music festival returns for another big weekend on the runways of Shoreham's airport.
Bringing that Notting Hill Carnival vibe to Hove Park, Funk The Format is an adults-only festival with Norman Jay, Soul II Soul and DJ sets.
With punters dancing in the balconies of Brighton Dome, this electronic supergroup sure know how to work a crowd.
A new clubnight kicks off at Sticky Mike's with the latest generation of UK garage from Mordecai, Conducta, Notion and Lolingo.