Still unsure where to go on New Year’s eve? Check out our pick of the best…
South Pole Saloon’s first NYE in Brixton, hosted by Spacestation, will feature eccentric performances, street food and headline DJs. Tickets range from £5 to £35 and include a welcome glass of prosecco. 6 pm to 2 am.
Bring in the new year at Hootananny’s NYE party with live bands, food stalls, confetti cannons and more. Tickets are £12 to £15. 9 pm to 5 am. You can enter our prize draw for tickets here – but hurry it ends soon!
Catch Windmill Brixton‘s last gig of 2015 and first gig of 2016 at their NYE bash, featuring performances from outlandish psych-rockers Phobophobes, as well as Sweat, Gears, Primordial Soup and DJ Belgian Adam. Festivities kick off at 8 pm and tickets are £8 in advance, tenner on the door.
Sasha will be playing all night long at Last Night on Earth at Electric Brixton. Also featuring performances from Jonas Rathsman and Matt Tolfrey and Room 2 hosted by Soul of Noise. Tickets £35 plus booking fee. 9.30 pm to 6 am.
Gold Teeth Ltd return to Brixton Jamm to host its NYE event, promising giveaways, confetti, piñatas and back to back DJs all night. Tickets £8 to £15. 9 pm to 5 am.
Lock N Load Events presents RAM NYE at 02 Academy Brixton this year. The line-up features Wilkinson DJ set feat MC AD-APT, Noisia, Camo & Krooked and special guest Roni Size. Tickets £25 to £45. 9 pm to 6 am.
Joy Orbison will be behind the dials for Phonox’s first New Years Eve celebrations. Joining him will be New York producer Evan Baggs and Will Bankhead. Tickets £25 to £35. 6 pm to 5 am.
Don’t forget: Psyrhythmix at Club 414, £10 to £20; Love Not War peace party at the Duke of Edinburgh, free; Party like its 1989 at the Effra Social, free; Dogstar presents Glow NYE, £5 to £11.