Best Events in February
You romantic swine, you! Whether you've been struck with Cupid's silly ol' bow and you're looking to impress that special someone over a healthy dose of dinner and drinks, or you'd rather forgeddabout the whole thing and soak up some anti-Valentine's Day fun, we've got the best of Brighton lined up in our recommendations for the Best Events in February.
Last updated on 18th January 2017
Ultimate Power is back in Brighton for another absolutely massive night of power tunes and clubbing. Get ready to roar your lungs out with classic hits such as Bon Jovi, Meat Loaf and Destiny's Child at this hilariously fun night.
Queen Bey is coming to Brighton Arches for an incredible night - well Queen Bey's music at least. The sell-out night is making its way down from London to Brighton for hours of her hottest hits (with some Destiny's Child thrown in); the night will have you jumpin' jumpin'.
Having kept the dance scene on its toes for years now, Pearson Sound is coming to Patterns in Brighton for a massive night of off-kilter house and techno. The pioneering DJ will also be joined by other favourites including Chris Green, Mehtola and Charles Green.
The first TAKE of 2017 is heading to Brighton Arches, headlined by Sonny Fedora. Join the superstar DJ as he spins his huge mix of dance music. The party goes on to 6am and other artists include Paul S, Maxine Garman and Adam Barnett.
Lakuta is returning to Patterns in Brighton for a huge night of their upbeat sounds. Join lead singer Siggi Mwasote and the collection of musicians, artists and prducers play tracks from their popular album, 'Brothers and Sisters'.
Head over to North Laine Pub and Brewery for an evening of creativity as this pottery class takes over. Learn to sculpt, glaze and use the potter's wheel at this fun activity.
She won season six of Ru Paul's Drag Race and now she's bringing her second hilarious stand-up show to Brighton; Bianca Del Rio will be performing Not Today Satan at The Dome. Get ready for a night of hilarity at this outrageous show.
Head over to The Hare and Hounds to try one of Bermondsey's most famous brewer's wares. Brew By Numbers will be taking over 11 pumps at the pub, giving you the chance to sample their unique brews.
Start your February off with a bang as Secret Discotheque Refreshers brings you another night of mayhem and the hottest pop hits. The student friendly club will be churning out the sing-along classics, complete with a light show and music videos.
Listen to three up and coming Brighton talents at Green Door Store this February as the venue invite in Fable, Willoh and Hava. With everything from rock through to dark synth pop, you're guaranteed to hear a lot more about these three bands over 2017.
It's taken over the Alps and now it's heading to our seaside town for a massive night of tunes; Horizon Festival is throwing a launch party at Concorde 2. Expect massive sets from dub-reggae duo Channel One, as well as Dubkasm to take over the decks.
Fill your Brighton February with music as the Green Door Store hosts a Saturday with Tatty Seaside Town. The fun events company are putting on hours of music which includes artists and DJs such as The Rebel, Taman Shud, and One Unique Signal.
Proud Brighton is spicing up those cold winter nights with a hearty dose of burlesque and cabaret. Enjoy a three-course meal in sumptuous surrounds as the seductive stars perform outrageous routines, then finish your night by jumping on to the dancefloor.
Professor Elemental is best known for his hilarious hip hop, comedy and burlesque, all of which have entertained crowds at Glastonbury and Comic Con. He will be making his grand return to The Yellow Book this February, join him for a night of mad-cap fun and shenanigans.
With more than 25 years in the business, Chali 2Na knows a thing or two about rap, and he's bringing his huge sounds to The Haunt this February. Joining him is Krafty Kuts, a pioneer in backbeat and bass music.