Wide Eyes NYE Preview


Written by Dont Panic
16 Tuesday 16th December 2014
Wide Eyes have been planning this party for some time now and we can assure you it's set to be one their best yet! On New Years Eve they open the doors of Lakota & Coroners Court to some of most sought-after artists across the electronic music spectrum. On top of the carefully curated lineup, expect: fireworks, projection mapping, cutting edge visuals, fire performers, and full funktion one sound soundsystem. 

The Time Machine:
Jus Now
The main room of Lakota will house the show piece of new years eve, as we turn the stage into a 15ft clock to count down to midnight in style. Think Boomtown meets Back To The Future! This room boasts an all star lineup including Loefah, Pinch, Preditah and Bristol favourites Jus Now. 

The End of the World:
Ivy Lab
Sam Binga
They Call me Raptor
Tim Parker
Hosted by Twitchee
With all realms of time comes an end, with room 2 of Lakota set to the date of 21.12.12, aka The End of the World. A post apocalyptic world home to the best in Drum & Bass and bass heavy hip-hop, hosted by 20/20, Ivy Labs newly found label. 

Stuck in between heaven and hell, Limbo invites a wealth of Bristol's best from the spectrum of house, bass & techno. We will be announcing the specially selected brands in due course. 

The ultimate relaxation area, with comfortable seating, a multi-textured wall and ambient lighting. Coroners Court..

Coroners Court:

Booby Wonderland:
Cedric Maison (Hypercolour)
Sam Mole (Banoffee Pies)
Christian (Hypercolour)
In Wonderland things tend to get a bit sleazy. The stage will be transformed into an amazing gold love shack guarded by golden mannequins, surrounded by disco balls and boobies. Headlined by T.Williams and amazing support from Hypercolour head honcho Cedric Maison, Banoffee Pies resident Sam Mole, Christian and many more.

Eton Messy
Hannah Mulvany (Shambarber)
Apex Collective
Zachary Hollows
Welcome to Downtown Wideyes, where anything goes. Expect a full size Las Vegas style installation, plenty of red lighting and the best in house and disco from Eton Messy and crew. 

Coroners Court Yard

Turn it Down Disco:
A silent disco set in the future. As body parts, mirror balls, uv bubbles fill the room, Turbo Disco DJs will be supplying the classics to welcome in the new year to.

+ Performers, fairground rides & food stalls.

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