Disclosure have been confirmed to perform their only UK live show of 2020 at London's Lovebox festival.
Following the announcement that Tyler, The Creator will be one of the headliners performing at the Gunnersbury Park festival, Lovebox has revealed more acts joining the mainstage, including UK electronic duo, Disclosure.
London pub The Lion & Lamb are throwing a Christmas rave to raise money for homeless charities.
Taking place on the 20th December, Signal: End Homelessness will run from 6PM until 2AM, in aid of national charity Crisis, and Centrepoint, a UK-based charity providing accommodation and support to homeless people aged 16 to 25.
Fabric residents Terry Francis and Anna Wall will both play at the event, alongside Ceri, Georgio Oniani, Robert Cary, and Wall's The Bricks label affiliate, Thoma Bulwer. 100% of the proceeds will go to both the selected charities.
Tyler, The Creator will headline London's Lovebox festival in 2020.
Taking place at London's Gunnersbury Park from the 12th to 14th June 2020, Lovebox festival will welcome the American rapper back to the capital. The festival performance follows a string of sold out shows at Brixton Academy in September this year - the first since he was banned from the UK in 2015.
London club The Pickle Factory has announced two new residents for 2020.
Berlin-based REEF founder Darwin and UK crate digger Truly Madly will join current residents Jane Fitz, Josey Rebelle, Leif and Gwenan, who will be returning for their fifth year as residents at the club.
Dusky have been announced as the first residents for 2020 at London club, XOYO.
The duo, real names Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell, who are also from the capital, will take over from Dekmantel Soundsystem to present twelve weeks of carefully curated line-ups.
Running from January 2020 through to March, Dusky will host Rise For Love, the 25th residency the party has held since its inception.
SOPHIE, Mala and British Murder Boys are among the first names announced to play RE—TEXTURED 2020.
Exploring the relationship between modern and industrial architecture, experimental music and visual arts in London, the festival's second annual outing will return across venues including BFI, Tobacco Dock, Southbank Centre, Oval Space, E1 London and Village Underground between 2nd-5th April.
North London club The Cause will remain open at its current premises indefinitely.
Initially opening with the aim of raising £25,000 for charity partners Mind in Haringey, C.A.L.M. and Help Musicians UK, the venue surpassed their target and have since raised over £50,000 for the charities and beyond.
Junction 2 has revealed more names joining the festival's 2020 line-up.
Last year saw the South London festival expand into two days, with the addition of Friday boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up, while Saturday maintained its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game. After announcing the likes of Amelie Lens, Ben Klock, Honey Dijon and Four Tet, the second wave of names have been revealed.
A charity rave in North London next month will raise funds for Centrepoint.
A response to record numbers of homelessness amongst youth in the UK, the Jungle Jam-hosted event at The Cause on 6th December will raise money for the charity, which provides accommodation and support to homeless people aged between 16–25.
Independent London club The Cause has revealed a potential new location.
Launched in 2018, the Tottenham venue, which originally had a year-long contract and was due to close in April 2019, extended their contract until the beginning of 2020 with New Years Eve serving as the closing party.