Go out and stay out all night. Here's your essential party schedule for this weekend...
Grime stars P Money, Donae’O, Big Tobz and Bonkaz are the latest acts taking to the mic in support of Somalian refugees in Europe. Kamio. Old St. Jun 15.
Cut and paste wizard DJ Yoda plays out his entire mixtape in homage to smash hit series ‘Stranger Things’. XOYO. Old St. Jun 15.
Heavy-duty dubplates and MCs take premier position at this south London dancehall summer bash. Dub and reggae champions Mungo’s Hi Fi lead the charge. CLF Art Cafè. Peckham Rye Overground. Jun 16.
This green-and-gold-themed party claims to be London’s first queer Irish night with the explicit aim to put the gay into Gaelic. The Glory. Haggerston Overground. Jun 16.
Shiny party starters Regression Sessions are teaming up with Gok Wan for a big house fundraiser to support gay activists protesting crimes against gay men in Chechnya. Fire. Vauxhall. Jun 16.
Celebrated selector Nightmares on Wax brings his considerable experience to dig out beloved soul tunes, hip hop classics and chunky slices of funk. The Jazz Cafe. Camden Town. Jun 16.
This super-fun street party brings a touch of New York disco glamour to London. Top-class guest DJs Todd Terje and Mr Scruff join the Krankbrother siblings for some joyous dancing in the road. Christopher St. Liverpool St. Jun 17.
Funk-riding DJ crew bring their encyclopedic knowledge of rare disco gems to their annual, 13-hour rooftop marathon. The Prince of Wales. Brixton. Jun 17.
This all-dayer looks set to shake east London with funk fabulousness thanks to The Menendez Brothers and Fever 105 Disco Orchestra who will perform the hits of Donna Summer. Don’t be afraid to dress up. Oval Space. Cambridge Heath Overground. Jun 17.
Bass addicts Tessellate are back to celebrate summer solstice, albeit a few days early. Moomin takes the top slot for some deep house bliss. Mick’s Garage. Hackney Wick Overground. Jun 17.
Laidback drag performances and a boozy brunch for people still wearing last night’s make-up. Dalston Superstore. Dalston Kingsland Overground. Jun 18.
Complete the weekend with Sunday Jamm’s sweet combination of reggae soundsystems and some quality gabba MCing from General Levy. Brixton Jamm. Brixton. Jun 18.
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