Legendary queer club night Homoelectric announces huge New Year’s Eve party at New Century

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One of Manchester’s best-loved club nights will be taking over the newly-reborn New Century for an almighty New Year’s Eve party.

Homoelectric, which launched back in 1998, bills itself as a ‘non-stop off-piste dark discotek for homos, heteros, lesbos and don’t knows’.

The underground club night is made up of a collective of five resident DJs – Luke Una, Gina Breeze, Jamie Bull, Will Tramp and Lukas.

It’s famed for its massive Homobloc events, which will once again take over Depot Mayfield for an all-day and all-night party next month as part of this year’s Warehouse Project.

Homoelectric nights are characterised by their eclectic mix of artists and performers, and all of its magic will be on full display this New Year’s Eve.


It will be taking over New Century, the legendary 60s music venue which recently reopened with a massive food hall downstairs.

The Homoelectric New Year’s Eve party promises ‘an evening of cosmic grooves, street soul, slo mo dance, boogie, black heart disco, us garage, house, technoid outerspace sonic science and bass buggin’ rawness’.


They said: “Every so often a one-off incredible venue lands at our feet from nowhere. So when New Century became an option we jumped at the chance without hesitation.

“In this newly re-opened perfectly preserved 1960’s hall – with sprung dance floor and illuminated ceiling with 1000 disco lights.

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“It has hosted some very iconic gigs including Jimi Hendrix, The Stones late night acid house parties from the 80’s and still talked about LCD Sound System / Despacio gig in 2013.


“It seemed perfect timing to host a very special Homoelectric at this venue on New Years Eve and do something completely different from our normal dark basement back street affair.

“This our last Homoelectric party of the year. To say we are excited is an understatement.

“We feel so privileged to be hosting Homoelectric in this historic venue & thank you to the stars above for this opportunity.”

Book tickets for Homoelectric’s New Year’s Eve party at New Century here.

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