Best Events in June
We've made it through the weary winter months and we've finally made it to summer: cue then, all sorts of raucous, sunshine fuelled parties and events across Brighton in June! We've got 'em all lined up: from the late night rowdy ones to the brilliantly bizarre, we've done all of the hard work to keep all you pleasure seekers outta the house and first in line for the party. You can thank us later.
Last updated on 24th May 2017
With a Grammy nomination and a long line-up of awards under his belt, the famous Afro-Latin house artist Osunlade is shifting his focus to Brighton this June, playing a line show backed by the dazzling, 10-man Yoruba Soul Orchestra. Osunlade has been drawing in crowds from all over Britain with his unique Afro-Latin infused house music. Perfect for any fans of live music, this is one June event in Brighton you won't forget in a hurry.
Felix Le Freak is making this year's election one to remember as she takes over Brighton's Patterns. Head to the seaside spot as a bevy of drag queens werk it, with cabaret, singing, dancing and live coverage of the election results.
Flirty and a bit naughty, Brighton's Proud Cabaret Club is hosting a secret night of debauchery this June, revolving around a number of flirty routines. After arriving at the country house, guests will first enjoy a delicious seasonal menu, eaten off nude bodies, before exploring the house and watching a number of thrilling burlesque performances.This is one June night out in Brighton you definitely won't forget in a hurry.
Having played at some of the biggest festivals and concert halls in the world, the legendary electronic band Kraftwerk are shifting their focus to Brighton, performing live at the huge Brighton Centre. Known for pushing boundaries and experimenting with different sounds, this promises to be one of the Brighton's best events in June.
Rolling back the clock to the frivolous 60s, the Fever Club is a wild club night that celebrates everything we love about the world of funk, soul and dance music. Featuring sets by some of the city's most promising DJs, this event will draw in part-lovers from all over the seaside city.
The Haunt in Brighton is pulling out the red carpet this June, inviting iconic group Souls To Mischief onto their stage for one night only. Rising up in the golden age of hip hop - the 90s - the group have been compared to the likes of A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul. Perfect for any fans of live music, this promises to be one June event in Brighton you won't forget in a hurry.
The well-known Scottish band The Skids are heading to Brighton's Concorde 2 venue this June as part of their 40th-anniversary tour across the UK. Having formed back in 1977, performed with artists like The Clash and had a number of top ten tracks in the UK chart, a night spent in their company is definitely something you'll remember for a while to come.
The famous Funk The Format music festival returns to Brighton this summer, promising a bigger and better line-up than ever before. Taking over Hove Park for one day only this June, the day will see live performances from the likes of Goldie & The Heritage Orchestra Ensemble, Alice Russell and Norman Jay MBE.
Rudimental and Disclosure are back with Wildlife Festival this summer, taking over Brighton City Airport and inviting the city's party animals down for the ultimate June celebration. Alongside playing live for the crowds, they've invited some of their closest friends to perform over the space of two days in June. Artists include Giggs, Stormzy, Dizzee Rascal and George Ezra.
Start June off in true style with the Artista Boat Party 2017. Setting off from the Brighton Marina, the boat will journey along the coast for four hours, giving guests plenty of time to soak up some vitamin D and enjoy the great music on offer. Best of all, the Artista team have pulled together a great line-up of DJs, including names like Max Tomie, Szi Andor Gab and headliner Jamie Russell.
Not one to shy away from hosting a hilarious night of comedy, Brighton's Komedia Club is hosting an evening to showcase the talents of Britain's many great comedians. The evening will be hosted by Mock The Week regular Zoe Lyons, and will feature great stand-up routines by Angela Barnes, Laura Lexx and Abigoliah Schamaun. This comedy event in June is certain to leave you beaming from ear to ear.