2017 has been the year that Egg London cemented its reputation as one of London’s finest nightclubs. They push boundaries in production and meticulously reinvent their 5 music arenas with each passing season. It’s this attention to detail and passion to provide new and special experiences that fuels their popularity.
For winter, a brand new warehouse-esque main room will open featuring a new d&b audiotechnik sound system – now regarded as one of the best in the world – and fresh lighting rig. A new chill out roof terrace has also been erected by the club.
Alongside the venue sits an increasingly robust booking policy which ensures the club remains competitive in one of the world’s most crowded clubbing markets. The past 12 months have seen Egg London entertain a diverse selection of the world’s best electronic artists including Laurent Garnier, Royksopp, Erick Morillo, Green Velvet, Idris Elba, Basement Jaxx and Cassius among others.
New Year’s Eve 2017 will be the culmination of a solid year of venue developments and musical progression for the club. Music on the night will come from Berlin-based techno duo and Second State label cohorts Pan-Pot. This year the duo have headlined a slew of the world’s biggest parties including Elrow, Awakenings, HYTE and even organised their own party on an airfield in Paris. Cocoon mainstay Tobi Neumann also joins the fun as do Drumcode associates Dense & Pika. Representing London and one of Egg London’s homegrown stars is Kyle E, known for his lush analogue techno sounds and provocative mixing style. Special production, extra ice cannons, lasers, confetti explosions and stunning decorations will guarantee a unique and memorable New Year’s Eve 2017 at Egg London.
EGG LDN NYE
Sunday 31st December 2017
21:00 – 10:00
Pan-Pot, Dense & Pika, Tobi Neumann, Kyle E plus more TBA.
Tickets from £15 – http://www.egglondon.co.uk/
Egg London, 200 York Way, N7 9AX, London United Kingdom
Kings Cross/ St Pancras underground station, 390 bus (24hours)
Over 18s only.
*Photo ID required for all guests upon entry as part of licensing conditions