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Marissa Cetin
13 December 2022, 15:50

Annie Mac announces ten 7 PM to midnight parties across UK for 2023

The Before Midnight series, aimed at ravers who don't want to wreck their sleep, adds new dates throughout the UK and in Dublin

Annie Mac announces ten 7 PM to midnight parties across UK for 2023

Annie Mac's club series for people who love dance music but hate losing sleep has added ten more parties in 2023.

With Before Midnight, which launched earlier this year, Annie Mac puts on parties that run from 7 PM to midnight, where the former BBC Radio 1 host DJs joined by supporting artists.

The next batch of ten parties kicks off at the Wylam Brewery in Newcastle on 28th January, 2023, and runs through to 16th June at Margate's Hall By The Sea. In between, there's stops at Vicar Street in Dublin on St. Patrick's Day (17th March), Belfast's Banana Block, Albert Hall in Manchester, Glasgow's SWG3 and the O2 Academy in Oxford, plus three nights at London's Here At Outernet. 

Check out the full list of dates below. General tickets go on sale on Friday (16th December). You an sign up for pre-sale now via this link

The DJ has also put out a message via her publicist calling for the safe return of her USB, which was reportedly stolen from the DJ booth at the most recent Before Midnight party in London last Friday (9th December). Her publicist said, "Annie’s understandably very upset about this — there’s a decade’s worth of music on the USB which doesn’t exist elsewhere."

"The music on that USB is truly precious and really important to me," Annie Mac said in a statement. "It's years and years of collected music from shows I’ve done all over the world and it would mean so much to me if you could do me the grace of returning it. There will be no repercussions, I just want the music back. Thank you."

Annie Mac's team provided information on where to mail the USB: "The USB can be anonymously returned to Locket / Goodlife Management, FAO/Annie Mac, 3rd Floor, 11-13 Market Square, London W1W8AH".

Photo credit: Ross Davidson