Freshers Week 2017 in Brighton
Cue the messiest, most raucous and totally insane week of your life. Start as you mean to go on and make sure that Freshers Week 2017 in Brighton sets the tone for the rest of your University career in B-Town. We've lined up some of the wildest events in Brighton, and recommended some top venues for 2017 Freshers in Brighton for your party pleasure. Don't miss out!
Last updated on 22nd June 2017
Whaddya get if you combine a stellar beachfront location, late night parties throughout the week and a premium DJ line up? Patterns, that's what. From their Saturday night Warehouse parties to Bastard Pop on a Thursday, no night is quiet at Patterns; plus, students in Brighton can get their hands on drinkonomical drinks deals to keep thirst well at bay.
Known for its raucous indie nights, premium live shows and totally wild crowd, The Haunt is a firm favourite for Brighton's revellers. Head back in time this and every Saturday night for 'It Is Still 1985', a totally raucous 80s night that rolls the top party ballads and epic retro hits, or head to 'Coconut College' on a Thursday to get your thirsty paws on £1.50 drinks and a cracking party soundtrack.
As one of Brighton's most popular gay clubs, Club Revenge pulls in students from across the city with its great music, party atmosphere and laid-back approach. The venue sits on the city's famous seafront and whips crowds into uncontrollable frenzies with its combo of stunning light shows and an unbeatable sound system. Start freshers' week as you mean to go on with a night at this lively spot.
Sitting a just a few meters from the seafront, Concorde 2 has been a popular spot in with Brighton's freshers for years and years. Pulling in great DJs, hosting live concerts and sweetening every deal with discounted drinks, the team behind this venue clearly know what it takes to host a huge student night out in Brighton.
Perched beside Brighton's ever pleasant beachfront, Coalition occupies an abandoned viaduct to deliver some of the most raucous nights in town. Having welcomed the likes of Aluna George, Jaguar Skills and Mike Skinner, Coalition is a pleasure palace for students in Brighton: known for their abundance of musical names and big-time DJs, this is your hot spot for Freshers Week in Brighton.
Picture the scene; a smoky room, cutting lasers bouncing off every surface, huge electronic tracks, the air shaking with electric energy. That's what freshers can expect to find when they set foot in Brighton's Arch club. With some of the city's most talented up-and-coming DJs on the deck, you'll leave this fun student night out with a huge smile on your face.
Brighton's Green Door Store is been popular for years with Brighton's students thanks to its industrial decor and independent artists. The bar is stocked full of all your favourite beers and spirits, while the resident DJs play indie and electro tunes until the week hours. Best of all, the budget-friendly nature of the drinks prices means that it's perfect for a freshers' week after party.
For a smattering of drinkonomical beverages, pumping tunes and a packed dancefloor, PRYZM is definitely your best bet. Welcoming students across three club arenas and a super luxe VIP suite, delivering a totally chic clubbing experience in Brighton.The perfect space for drinking, dancing and debauchery, PRYZM is paradise of pleasure for Freshers Week in Brighton.