Despite a packed lineup of DJs and live talent, Leeds' Garden Party finishes up at the relatively civilised hour of 11PM. Fear not though, as excitable ravers can find several hours further entertainment until the small hours at both Wire and Hi-Fi, just a stone's throw or strategically flagged taxi ride from the event site itself.
After Saturday's festivities, breakout South African DJ star and house selector Black Coffee heads to Wire, joined by a host of more than reliable Leeds favourites, including Hypercolour staple Ste Roberts, People Get Real, The Sonic Emporium and Butter Side Up. Meanwhile, Hi-Fi is all about the heavier end of the bass spectrum, with Shadow Child headlining a bill that also includes DJs from Drop The Mustard and Good Life, as well as Disco Kids and Tobias.
For those still at it on Sunday, Bristol's Julio Bashmore settles in for a set at Wire, accompanied by one of the most versatile producers in UK dance music, Paul Woolford. The Warehouse Project's esteemed residents Krysko and Greg Lord will be on hand for a doubtlessly fruitful back-to-back session, accompanied by local crew Mono_Cult. For groovier and somewhat more soulful numbers, sample expert Romare provides the vibes at Hifi, joined by disco favourites Crazy P, Futureboogie DJs and Deep Fever.