held at Crofters Rights
on New Years Eve. The event starts at 22:00.
Forget Christmas… It’s nearly New Year’s Eve at Crofters
There’s only one way to see out a completely mad year - lose your head across 2 rooms at the Crofters. We’ve pulled together an absolute screamer of a lineup, featuring some of our favourite crews, Bristol staples, backroom regulars and fresher faces on the scene. Get yourself down to Crofters for a night of bass-fuelled badness and UKG energy to revel in the chaos of another trip around the sun.
CHEAP AS CHIPS! Buckle in and get ready for a high energy, high tempo mix with ravey jungle flavours from 2Quid. This power duo have been taking decks by storm for the last couple of years, quickly making a name for themselves as some of the most exciting talent emerging from Bristol’s music scene.
Co-host of queer party Misscoteque and regular guest for collectives like Shall Not Fade and No One, Ammi always brings big vibes. Expect a sizzling selection of 140 wobblers, bass, garage and much much more to bring in the new year on a high
After an absolute smoker of a set for Boiler Room’s Bristol takeover, Phia500 has already supported 24 Hour Garage Girls and played for Bristol favs like Set It Out, Kitsch and Club Siren (fka Concrete Jungyals). Skimming through garage, turbo and hardcore at breakneck speed, Phia500 mixes old and new to raise heartbeats. Taking UKG and adding sparkly electronica on top of concrete hardcore, this party will hit the roof when Phia touches down.
Party-starting heavyweights Frontline regularly cause chaos in the Crofters back room with their lineups packed full of UKG and DnB. Having hosted big talents such as Bennie, Zoro and Original Sin as well as countless up and comers from Bristol and beyond, Frontline come top of the list for speedy bassy glitchy glory.
Having brought the likes of Mandidextrous, Samurai Breaks and K Motionz to Bristol, heavy hitters Rigside pack a punch when it comes to drum and bass. Watch out for a high-energy low-frequency B2B with Frontline to get your eardrums buzzing into 2024
By collating fixtures of the Bristol Drum and Bass scene to whip dance floors into shape, Ruff Riddimz have proved themselves as high-kicking tune-chopping roof-raisers time and time again. Kicking things off with a jungle and hardcore set to get you nice and toasty, Ruff Riddimz will also be the last faces you see before you hit the chip shop, returning to close things out with a hard-hitting 140 set. We cannot bloody wait