Hyperdub is celebrating its Ø events with the launch of a new book, 'Zero', which is the first to come from the label's new publishing imprint, Flatlines Press, and is set for release on 12th October.
Vaccine passports for English nightclubs could be reimplemented with just one week's notice, according to the latest government guidance.
A Scottish nightclub is trialling a new technology that harnesses the heat generated from those on the dancefloor to help power the venue, in turn reducing emissions.
SWG3 in Glasgow is reportedly the first venue in the world to test the BODYHEAT system. The initiative is being rolled out as part of the UN-backed COP26 climate conference, which begins in the city on 31st October.
Secondary ticketing websites could be closed down in the UK under new proposals designed to stop "unscrupulous" ticket touts.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has put forward new legislation that would effectively ban online secondhand ticket marketplaces from being accessed in Britain unless they are granted new types of licenses to operate. Sites such as Viagogo and StubHub could then be taken down if they are found to break consumer protraction laws.
Noisia will play their final show at Printworks London on 10th December 2021.
The date will be the last time the drum & bass trio hit the UK capital and forms part of a wider farewell tour that had been planned for 2020, but was then largely delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nightclubs in Scotland are to reopen on Monday 9th August — the second UK country to remove almost all remaining pandemic restrictions — following an announcement by First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
Forum Birmingham is giving away 1000 free tickets to NHS and hospitality workers for the club's opening party on Friday 3rd September.
The Midlands space has a full capacity of 3,500 and will offer a further 1,000 free entry spots to mailing list subscribers. 1000 free drinks will also be given away on the night in a partnership with Coors. All remaining tickets will cost £15.
Thousands flocked to clubs and festivals in England this weekend as COVID-19 restrictions on mass gatherings were finally lifted after more than 16 months.
England is the first country in the United Kingdom to green light dancing and remove social distancing requirements. Large events including the 40,000 capacity Latitude Festival in Suffolk, and Tramlines in Sheffield, all went ahead as planned.
London venue Space289 has announced the line-ups for its reopening party series, kicking off at the end of this month.