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25.06.2024, Words by DMY Staff

Patterns Brighton Reveals Pride Weekend Plans

Plus Saoirse, Moxie, Coco Bryce, Mike Dunn & Jacques Greene confirmed for the summer

Patterns Brighton once again leads from the front this summer with a cultured mix of forward-thinking underground events and vibrant Pride celebrations. The likes of Saoirse, Moxie, Coco Bryce, Mike Dunn, Jacques Greene and more will all play at the iconic seafront venue. 

Amongst many standout events in the coming months, exciting new promoters Acid Reflux kick off in July with FOLD residents Voicedrone & James Newmarch and most Fridays have Foundations, an electric blend of fresh UKG, bass, drum & bass, jungle and breaks. 

Another much loved annual event is Patterns Does Pride weekend:

“We’re super excited to reveal our plans for Brighton Pride this year as ‘Patterns Does Pride’ returns. The official Brighton Pride Street Party happens right on our doorstep on Marine Parade and we host the official after party and Friday night pre-party. This year we have a selection of bonafide legends from the queer community with Saoirse, FAFF, Jess Hands, Joshua James, SPINKS, Gal Pal DJs and UOKHUN DJ all playing. It’s always the biggest party of the summer and we can’t wait to welcome you all” says Jack Osman, Club Programmer.

Additionally, Jacque Greene features on July 6th, Foundations x Primative welcome Southampton speed-garage sensation Skeptic on July 12th, long-running NTS tastemaker and genre-spanning selector Moxie plays on July 19th and there is classic house and trance from the Insomnia crew on July 20th and every month after. 

One of drum & bass' most exciting figures and award-winning producer Disrupta brings the rhythms on July 26th and Chicago originator Mike Dunn promises raw, rap infused hip-house on August 10th for the Soulstice Collective. Dutch drum & bass titan Coco Bryce brings his super soulful sounds and precision grooves on August 25th and Hackney's authentic grime, garage and jungle don Izco plays All Night Long on September 21st. 

Tickets and more information can be found at

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