257 Mansfield Road City Centre, Nottingham NG1 3FT

Doors: 8:00 pm | Price: £9 adv | Ages: 18+ | Room: Canal House

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The Maze and The Canal House bring you a night of non stop dancing, drinking and fun, the likes of which has never been seen before!!

The best party bands in Nottingham of various styles together across 2 rooms for an EPIC end to 2013!

check out the line-up!…
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Seven Little Sisters
One of the most fun and passionate bands you will see in the city! Seven Little Sisters have come and gone over a 20 years, toured around the UK and Europe and had people dancing everywhere they go to their high energy mix of Cajun, Folk, Punk, Rock songs! This NYE they come to the Canal House with their array of banjos, fiddles, guitars, accordians, mandolins and whistles to raise the roof!

Seas Of Mirth 
Combining hilarious live shows with pounding dance music, Seas of Mirth are a party band unlike any other around. With high speed gypsy beats, a thrashy folk influence and some majestic bellowing, they even manage to throw in a bit of old- school hip-hop for good measure. Imagine Gogol Bordello getting Mumford and Sons in a headlock, whilst Flogging Molly steals their lunch money and Grandmaster Flash kicks them in the shins.

Aistaguca
High energy Balkan inspired dance music!
Trubaci music incorporates high energy Romanian and Klezmer folk music with brass band instruments which are mixed with contemporary rhythms and arrangements.

The Afterdark Movement
Six-piece UK Hip-Hop band from Nottingham. The band have been writing, recording and gigging together since 2011. Presenting rhythmic grooves and soulful melody alongside energetic hooks and well structured vocal content; the band perform their own unique blend of Jazz/Hip-Hop/Ska/Reggae/Rock/Punk.

Hey Quadrophonic
New Nottingham band with former and current members of Captain Cor Blimey, The Wickets, Ratbiter, Muha and more. Sleazy funk-soaked rock and roll. Soul with balls!

Origin One
A sub-bass heavy outfit from Nottingham taking Neon’s electronically produced tracks to the stage with vocalists Parisa, Trekkah, KOG and special guest Percydread of The Naturalites. Vibrant both in the studio and live, their sets feature 99% self-written material which spans a range of roots-based music including dub, reggae, dancehall, bashment & jungle. Switching between modern digital dance and traditional roots flavours, Origin One intend to put their own interpretation on the sounds that have influenced their every movement.

The Killler Bees
Opening the night are Nottingham Dirty Blues, Rock N Roll outfit the Killer Bees featuring members of We Are Avengers, Jimmy The Squirrel, The Invisible Orchestra and Arse Full Of Chips, they plan to get the dancing started!

 

 

All door profits go to Cancer Research UK