Spring Nightlife With a Summer Holiday Atmosphere

The first signs of spring sunshine and committed club-goers amongst you will welcome the warmer weather and the hotter nightlife! This Saturday’s Half Moon Glow party at Juju Chelsea recreates the holiday atmosphere of the Thailand party night it’s named after. The original Koh Phangan Beach Party takes place on a tropical desert island with white sands and palm trees and goes by the name Full Moon Party. No palm trees here in London but get your glow sticks at the ready anyway for this March 25th ticket only event.

Pergola on the Roof has announced their return to the Wood Lane, Television Centre roof in White City from 3rd of May to 1st of October, bringing a taste of the Med to West London with their Alfresco dining. The Pergola Group claim their mission is ‘to take unloved and unused spaces and turn them into unique, big and beautiful outdoor destinations’ hence the unusual location which comes with a party vibe as well as city skyline views.

Another club which promises to brighten up the skies Med-style and scare away the rain clouds is Barrio Angel. An Easter Weekend at this DJ bar on Essex Road, Angel will definitely have a sunny side, what with the colourful interior modelled on South and Central American bars as well as the sunniest parts of Southern Europe. The garishly hued luminescent tiling and tropical plants will help take your mind off the wet weather.

The launch night of Coconut Beats on Saturday April 15 suggest a hint of the exotic and international – anything to take you away from the temperate Brit climes as you join this Brixton rave. Dedicated DJs Haai & Moscoman will be playing an eclectic selection at the Phonox techno club. Fans of leftfield club nights will savour the set inspired by music from more exotic corners of the earth.

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