The Brighton venue reopened its doors on Monday (19 July).
Patterns is back open and celebrating the easing of lockdown measures with an extensive summer programme featuring artists such as Sicaria Sound, IMOGEN, Horse Meat Disco, DJ Storm, Gilles Peterson and Yu Su.
The seafront venue reopened its basement club space to ravers on Monday, kicking off a series of opening week events with a special party hosted by residents and familiar faces to the club. Last night (20 July), the venue welcomed long-standing promoters Donuts, while tonight’s line-up (21 July) is comprised of a trio of London-based artists: S7NS7N boss LCY, Nervous Horizon co-founder TSVI (under his Anunaku moniker) as well as Al Wootton, formerly known as Deadboy. The likes of Midnight Funk Association, Oneman, Ross From Friends and Om Unit will also head to the club during its opening week.
As we head into August, Patterns is set to host a string of Pride parties, plus nights featuring Leon Vynehall, Peach, Riz La Teef and Plastician. Other August highlights include a b2b set from Goldie and Martyn, which takes place on 14 August. September will see the likes of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Emerald, Paranoid London, DJ Boring and OK Williams heading to the venue. TSVI will play out at Patterns again towards the end of the season, this time under his original alias.
Patterns’ summer programme runs from 19 July to 25 September 2021. Tickets and full line-up details can be found on the Patterns website.
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