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October 2003 (3)
Tidy Weekender4

by Bukey

(Those who haven't been on the TWs may not know that Tidy require one person to be responsible for booking a chalet and the tickets for the other people staying there. This person is know as the "Principal Booker". Jonathan)

The excitement had been building for weeks, and like a kid on Christmas Eve I wanted it to be 12 hours later. It was 1am in the morning, Friday October 10th. The first day of Tidy Weekender 4. I was restless, but decided I really should retire to bed - the weekend ahead I knew would hold little opportunity for sleep.

This was my first Tidy Weekender - I'd wanted to go to others in the past, but for various reasons had always missed the boat. I'd endured the boasts, gloats and almost legendary stories told with such enthusiasm by friends of previous Weekenders. This, however, was to be my chance to experience the magic that Tidy create at Pontin's in Prestatyn (Wales) - the home of Weekenders.

After a relatively painless train journey from Birmingham New Street, taking less than two hours and just one change, a friend and I arrived at Prestatyn train station at just before 3pm on the Friday afternoon. We had to wait for the principal booker to arrive, as he had our tickets, without which we couldn't get on site. We headed for the nearest pub, Offas Tavern, next to the station.

We enjoyed several drinks before calling our principal booker. He was going to be two to three hours still as he was still somewhere on the M6. He'd actually left his house somewhere around 10am, and wasn't having the best of journeys. Pretty quickly, we'd started to amass quite a crowd in the pub - another friend had arrived and was waiting for her principal booker (who as it turned out was sitting in the car next to our booker), a few randoms, and a few more friends from around the country. We were starting to have a little party, but were all itching to get into the event.

This was our first lesson - try to get your tickets off the principal booker ahead of the event. We were left in part frustrated because we wanted to be onsite, but had to wait. Although our principal booker had planned to arrive at the same time as us, such things rarely go to plan. If you have your ticket then you can at least get onsite, though you won't be able to get into your chalet as that requires the principal booker to book-in. But you can start to party, and dump your bags in friends chalets if you wish.

Once our principal booker arrived, it was a two minute taxi ride costing just three pounds from the train station to Pontin's. Our ID was checked, and we were randomly picked out for security checks on our bags. All was handled quickly, professionally and painlessly. After that, it was a case of booking in - as individuals we simply queued for a few minutes and exchanged our tickets for a typical Tidy-style neck band and laminate. The laminates contained all the info you could want on the weekend - mainly maps and line-ups. The principal bookers had to queue twice - once for their laminates but also once for the chalet keys. Again, this was a quick and efficient service.

I dumped my bags and then was off - I'd promised to pop around to see a few mates. Despite the map, it was difficult to navigate the site with the chalets in the dark. Numbers on the map were not easy to read being so small. On several occasions throughout the first night I found myself wandering around seemingly lost. Eventually the site layout became understandable, but by that time it was closer to Monday than it was to Friday.

Finally, it was time for the opening party, walking in to the opening set of Steve Hill. He was playing hard, and he was playing loud, but I'd definitely put what I heard of his set on the hard trancier side of things. There were three arenas, the main arena, a "Bounce is Back" arena and a funky room. All three arenas offered full world-class line-ups - Scot Project, the Tidy Boys, Maddox, Ingo, Lisa Pin Up and the Trophy Twins to name but a few.

One thing that Tidy never cut corners on is production. From the ceiling decorations to the light rigs to the stage furnishings and props. As well as putting on a party, they always put on a show. The main arena was covered in cardboard boxes, and two people-sized crates. At midnight, with a few fireworks, Fluffy Amo and Cyber Andy exploded from these people-sized crates into the festivities, much to the approval of everyone present. The Tidy Boys had arrived, and were ready to perform their opening set.

The night finished at a relatively early 5am, as everyone was kicked out of the main complex. From here, we all went back to chalets for afterparties. This was a very, very pleasant aspect of the Weekender for me as I got to hear many DJs - good, bad, ugly and excellent. The whole spectrum from shockingly bad bedroom DJs just starting out right up to those who play out regularly at smaller nights. A complete range of styles, also, from funky through to hard house, to trance through to techno. I managed to visit several chalets and bump into friends old and new. The parties carried on through until the middle of the afternoon, when it was time to go and see the special guests of the Weekender.

Tidy had arranged a treat for us all in the form of the special guests. Bungle, George and Zippy of Rainbow fame. They were to perform a stage show of the "Play Your Cards Right" television programme. Four collared Weekender-goers were called up on stage and subjected to poor-taste jokes, humiliation and YMCA dancing to win prizes such as a can of Redbull. It was great fun to watch, and trying to explain it afterwards left many people believing that I'd been on too many narcotics. So many people were very, very keen to shake hands and have their photos taken with the puppets from our childhoods.

After the show was over, there were just a few hours to catch kip, wander around more chalets or listen to friends mix before it was time to get going again. Saturday's entertainment saw the Bounce arena replaced by a Vicious Circle hosted event, and the funky room had morphed into a hardcore room. The main arena had some great offerings from GRH and Shan before Anne Savage came on. Instead of getting Anne Savage, as was expected, the Tidy Boys and Lisa Lashes also turned up and performed a surprise Tidy Boys vs. Tidy Girls set.

Meanwhile, in the Vicious Circle arena, Paul Glazby had played a very different warm up set. Rather than being the hard and filthy set that I'm used to from Glazby, he played a very techie set, and one that got talked about very positively for the rest of the weekend. Andy Farley played one of the best sets I'd heard in a long, long time - for me, it was the set of the weekend. He kept me returning to the room and to the dancefloor, and I just couldn't keep still through the whole of it. Karim failed to show, which he's seeming to do quite regularly for events outside of London. This left a gap for the closing set of the VC arena, into which Ben Stevens stepped. I'd never heard Ben play before, but I'll definitely be looking out for him again. Dropping a mixture of classics as well as newer tunes, he'd got everyone stomping mentally on the dance floor. At the very end of his set, we were all hurting and ready to stop, but we couldn't. As his encore tune came on, we were ready to collapse, but we had to keep stomping.

Back in the main arena, Eddie Halliwell was silencing his critics once and for all. He was putting on a show like no other. I've found that people either love him, or they hate him. There seems to be nothing in between. However, even his staunchest critics were asking, "When did Eddie get good?" He was playing an amazing set and had captured the spirit of the Weekender to the point that they let him play on well past the 5 o'clock kick-out time. At 5:15 someone from Tidy got on the mic and even said that they knew it was going to get them into trouble, but Eddie could play on... And he did until about 5:40.

Once more it was back to afterparties. Some people were ready to sleep, others of us carried on doing the rounds, stomping, listening and partying. One of the chalets had a 10k sound system, and had setup an outside afterclub in their "square" of chalets. Others had small sound systems to just fill their own chalet. Wherever you went, you were treated with a pleasant variety of hard dance tastes, volumes and clubbers.

Sunday afternoon pretty quickly rolled around, and the Tidy Boys held a "Baddiel and Skinner: Unplanned" rip-off, aptly named "Tidy Boys: Unplanned". Despite running late, and having to queue for well over an hour just to get into the arena in which the show was being held, this is one of the highlights of the whole Weekender. The Tidy Boys were on couches on a stage, ready to be questioned about anything including drugs, sex, music and whatever else we wanted to quiz them on. They were brutally honest in their answers, and they even asked questions back to discover what we, the clubbers, wanted and expected from Tidy. They held their hands up about the queues at Magna7 in September. They told us what they'd done to improve the situation for New Years Eve. They asked us what we felt of Judge Jules appearing on recent line-ups, and scrapped the chance that JJ had of playing for Tidy again. They let us know their thoughts on drugs such as GHB in clubland. They did what so, so many promoters fail to do - interact with their clubbers, get the feedback and be honest with them. So many people are just interested in taking our money these days - and whilst Tidy events aren't the cheapest, I certainly feel valued by them, and that their events are value for money.

The Sunday evening's clubbing pleasure saw a Hard as Hell arena and a National Anthems arena. The hard arena saw the likes of Guffy, K-90, Tara Reynolds, BK and Glazby playing dirty, playing hard and getting us stomp away like never before. Meanwhile, the anthems arena had Ed Real, Rob Tissera and Jez and Charlie banging out some quality classics and bringing back memories.

The atmosphere in the complex was different. Everyone was knackered, but still so up for it. No-one wanted the weekend to end, although we knew it was coming - never-the-less grins spread across all of our faces. The night finished at a much earlier 2am, but we were still adamant to squeeze the life out of every last minute.

Everyone danced and stomped through the classics and the dirty, hard tunes. Glazby played another absolutely amazing set, for many this was the set of the weekend. For me, it was a very, very close second behind Mr. Farley's offering the night before. The end of the night arrived far too quickly and after the announcements from Tidy at the end of the night, the cheers to the Tidy, Pontin's and Security staff that had worked so hard both before and during the Weekender, Glazby let the customary "Kick It" drop which saw everyone go mental before leaving for the last afterparties of the weekend.

I did the rounds visiting others before a few of us headed back to our chalet. A friend played the first set I'd ever heard him mix, and it really was a pleasant surprise. Two of us listened and watched on, and a few hours later I drifted off to sleep. Happy, content and amazed at what an amazing weekend I'd had. This was my first Tidy Weekender, but it certainly won't be my last. See you all at Tidy Weekender number 5!

Every Sunday morning from 5:30am at Fire, Vauxhall, London. The new resident DJ line up for Twist is, in the main room, Danny Gilligan, Peter Ward, *TING*, Karim, and in THE FIREPIT, the funky tekno sounds of Mrs Wood and Rod Towns. We will also have big name guest DJs but these WILL NOT be advertised in advance. This might be BK, Farley, Glazby, Savage, Lashes etc. etc.



Following on from the massive success of our Warehouse Experience which earnt us our second Mixmag award for Number One party - the 1st crew to have ever won clubland's most prestigious accolade twice! - we return to the same venue for an exclusive party for you the Riot! members and crew!

We wanted to give you all a special party to say thanks for two and a half years of support so come down and join BK and Ed Real who will be celebrating their birthday's with a superstar line-up on the decks on Friday 17th October. We'll be taking over Deep Blue, London, once again with two rooms of chaos courtesy of some very special guests! Due to the private nature of this event we'll be running right through to at least 7am so start preparing yourselves now!

Tickets will be on sale on Friday! We'll drop you a line to let you know where to snap these up and the full line-ups for both rooms - it's going to be a real cosy affair for members and their friends so there will only be a limited number in circulation! Hope that you can join us!

Updates are available on www.riotinlondon.com as they happen! We've also got loads of great new photo's going up all the time and competitions galore!

See you on the dancefloor,

Ed Real & The Riot! Crew


AfterHours at Egg, London. From 4am.

This new weekly after-hours, every Sunday morning, promises to transform the face of club land. Each month Egg is hosted by a different spectacular party, each offering its own distinct sound and flavour. Upstairs in the Loft you will find the notorious Fat Tony and his guests spinning soulful house, club classics and funky disco every week. Downstairs on the main floor Pete Wardman and residents spin a tuffer sound guaranteed to set the dance floor blazing and providing the perfect contrast to the 4 distinct sounds that feature at each party; US House, Tribal, Latin House & Techno. Parties to watch out for are:


18th Oct – KINKY LATINO (5am-1pm) ‘London's only gay latin afterhours' International DJ’s spin Spanish, Italian and Latin House
DJs include: Ariel, Raymundo Rodriguez, Max Latino, Gonzalo, and Miguel Pellitero

25th Oct CLOSED - (‘TRADE 13th Birthday @ Turnmills)



SUNDISSENTIAL, The Sanctuary, Birmingham. 9:30-4am £10/£12

18/10 The Sundissential Superheroes! Mark Gray Lee Haslam Mark Austin Tolley
25/10 The Sundissential Mad Hatters Ball!! Non Essential Item: HAT!!! BK Charlotte Birch Hixxy + MC Storm Strange Dave

1/11 Ilogik B2B Ian M Tara Reynolds Paul Janes Andy Whitby.


Yup, they've reached school age. Friday sees celebratory turns from Coldcut, Erol Alkan, John Peel, The Beta Band (DJing) and Andy C, amongst others, while Saturday features Andrew Weatherall, LFO (live), Maurice Fulton and more.



Friday 17th October is Micky's Birthday Bash and gracing the decks will be Strange Dave (Sundissential / Short Circuit Records) Dangle (Sundissential) Zippy (Afterssential / Passion Records) Michael James (Suction / Passion Records) and Matt Dyson! Admission for this event is just £4's!

Suction is held at its usual address, Exclusive, Cannon Street, Birmingham City Centre (Near New Street Station), for more info please visit www.suction-promotions.com or email micky@suction-promotions.com


Saturday The 18th of October is the first in a series of FREE promotional parties that we will present over the next 4 or so months. For our launch we are more then happy to invade the infamous Purple Turtle in Camden, London. This venue has a 2am license and already has a huge rep for a wild time. Once invaded by the Nu Energy Collective this lot will not know what’s hit em ;)

Freeformation will tour several London venues as a free promotional series to expose and reveal our new music that’s ever evolving on our labels at www.nuenergy.co.uk Together with Atomic Energy our sound and movement is ever growing and we want you to experience the fresh vibe and talent that we have to offer.

If you made it to our 300% Nu Energy Launch party or have heard any of our live shows at Logic, Atomic Energy or Pendragon you will know exactly what I’m talking about. Hard Dance at it’s finest and freshest played only as our DJ’s know how ;)

As if having a free party isn’t enough….. We will also be giving away free vinyl on the night and selling CD’s from our Nu Energy Collective.

Seeing as it’s the launch for Freeformation we have put together a crazy array of back to back sets – some of which have never been seen before! Let our DJ’s take you through all aspects of the Hard Dance offered by The Nu Energy Collective – Hard House / Trance / Breakbeat / Freeform and Hardcore.

Freeformation is by e-flier / web promotion only. Help us have a crazy time by passing on the info – all you need do then is bring the noise ;) To be informed about new nights and releases please subscribe to the mailing list at www.nuenergy.co.uk

You know what to do………


Funkissential is set to take Birmingham by storm by launching into a new weekly Friday Night residency @ Kudos!! Starting on Friday 24th October, Funkissential will be a night for all those funky house lovers out there, attitude free, fun, stylish and of course totally funky!!

With the launch night open til 6am and drinks license up until 4am (subject to license) it is sure to be a huge success!!! From then on Funkissential will be on every week @ Kudos from 10pm – 5am, - so come and join the party!!
Kudos, located opposite the Dome nightclub features a state of the art sound system and lighting rig, split into three rooms, 1. Upstairs a VIP champagne bar, 2. Main dance arena and bar area. 3. Downstairs seated chill out. It is a small intimate venue which has been extremely well decorated, with luxurious leather sofas located throughout.

During the past year Funkissential has really developed, now it has become a highly acclaimed event which is attracting sexy up for it people from all over the country, it is an exciting new stand alone night - well deserved by all accounts! Running monthly in Leeds, originally starting off at the lush Mint club it quickly grew and created quite a stir around club land, soon outgrowing the Mint club, now held @ Mission, Leeds new super club, the launch party attracted over 1200 people!!! And what a night it was, this was one hell of a funk fueled party; going on into the early hours the atmosphere was unbelievable!!

It has also just been given Mixmag Club of the month (Dec Issue) off the back of this spectacular night!! Not one to be left behind it sister night in Leeds the Birmingham launch party see’s Dave Oldershaw, Clinton Shawe, Wez Marx & Matt Sinclair all take the to the decks to show us what they are made of!!

Rebekah, rising DJ superstar takes to the decks the week after along side Colin H and Ev Morton. And of course the one and only Funkissential superstars Rob Tissera & the usual suspects will be making appearances also.

Funkissential aims to have the unique atmosphere in the funky world that has seen its big sister Sundissential dominate in the world of hard house!!! There is also going to be some great drinks offers to help you get into the mood with Smirnoff ice just £2.00 a bottle, Tequila at just £1.50 a shot and Moet Champagne at an amazing £25 a bottle.
The ideal weekend warm up!!! It Can Only Be Funkissential!!!......................

Funkissential @ Kudos, 28 Horsefair Rd, City Centre, Birmingham £4 Members & NUS/ £6 Others Hours 10 pm – 6 am (opening night only) 10pm – 5 am therafter. Website: www.funkissential.com Info: 0121 224 7420 Can I wear trainers? Yes, trainers with style welcome

24/10: Wez Marx, Clinton Shawe, Matt Sinclair, Dave Oldershaw
31/10: Rebekka, Colin H, Ev Morton
7/11: Matt Sinclair, Wez Marx, Clinton Shaw
14/11: Simon Baker, Colin H, Ev Morton


SATURDAY 25th OCTOBER 2003 GOODGREEF 3RD BIRTHDAY ALLNIGHTER One Night Only @ NATION, Wolstenholme Sq, Liverpool


Room 2 – The Courtyard Opens from Midnight YOJI BIOMEHANIKA LAB 4 LIVE ALEX KIDD



Toast Manchester @ The Attic, Oxford Road, Manchester. Fortnightly Saturday's. 1-8pm. £2 B4 4pm £3 after. Stamp on entry allows you to come and go as you please!

26th October DJ Competition Final Winners of previous heats. Room 2: Hilfingers (Toast) featuring MC Mr Ree (DV8) Bhavik (Toast) Mark Crosby (Toast)

8th November Morgan (Toast, Addiction, Shaft, Instinct) Nik Denton (Toolbox Recordings) Col The Medik (Shaft, Afterssential, Toast) Mark H (Shaft, Toast, Inukshuk, Dropzone) Lord K (Sin:ergy) Flash (Sin:ergy). Room 2: Paul Flintoff (Dirty Disco Beats) KRS (Sin:ergy) Zander (Goodgreef)

29th November Toast Vs Incision Vs Addiction Shan (Goodgreef) ASA (Addiction, Vibealite) Morgan (Toast, Shaft, Addiction, Instinct) Gilly (Instinct, Damnation) Andy Whitby (Toast, Addiction, www.clubtheworld.com) Deano (Incision). 'Jam' Room 2: Dave Stewart (Goodgreef) Hilfingers (Toast) featuring MC Mr Ree (DV8, Toast)

More Info: 07814645904/07745541021 nocheeseonthistoast@hotmail.com www.skiddle.com/toast for message board and listings.

TOAST PRESTON: Lineups for Toast Preston, Monthly Fridays @ Club Elements, Aqueduct Street,

Preston. £6/£5 NUS. 9pm-3am.

Coming home to Preston and transforming Club Elements into a den of toasted silliness, shenanigans and dirty dirty hard dance music.

November 14th Toolbox Records Tour. CD, Clothing, Vinyl and Ltd Edition Record bags to be given away on the night
Little Miss Natalie (Fist, Insomniacz, Exodus) Ben Stevens (Toast, Vicious Circle) (TBC) Nik Denton (Toolbox, Power Tools, 12" Thumpers) Morgan (Toast, Addiction, Instinct) +Winner of Toast DJ competition 2003

December 12th 'Who believes in Santa?' Themed Christmas party. DJ GRH (Base, Goodgreef, Cypher) JP & Jukesy (Afterssential) Morgan (Toast, Addiction, Instinct) Pete Carvell (Toast)


Trade Events.

THE ANNIVERSARY A Night of Pure Malice Saturday 26th October 2003 ‘Fasten your seatbelts kids it’s gonna be a bumpy night’ (they actually mean the early morning of Sunday 26th. October, Jonathan)

Trade returns to its birthplace at Turnmills, London, for yet another spectacular birthday party. This year’s event, ‘The Anniversary’ is a homage to the classic Bette Davis film and also marks the one year anniversary since Trade ceased trading as a weekly club and Laurence Malice launched Egg which has taken clubbing to the next level. This year Trade has thrown some of the most talked about parties in club land and continues to push the boundaries and evolve with the times. This legendary club has gone from strength to strength, still in the wake of the hugely successful Tony De Vit Tribute, this event is sure to sell out fast!

Trade is the ultimate clubbing experience, the original all night bender. Started thirteen years ago by club mogul Laurence Malice, the club has evolved into something far bigger. Trade is a global brand, still exported throughout the world.

The club itself has enticed literally hundreds of thousands of people into its throbbing vortex of sound, light, performance, visuals and of course people. Pop stars mix with builders, city professionals with models, and doctors with actors. It is a place, which quite simply unites everyone!

Trade is famous for many things, but probably the most renowned element is of course the music policy - pumping, underground, cutting edge dance music, supplied by its Fierce Rulin' Residents. This term is a brand in itself and is known throughout the world. International DJs such as Tall Paul, Fergie and the late Tony de Vit all came from the Trade stable, a place where DJs cut their teeth!

Trade is proud to list the following DJ maestros as its Anniversary residents spinning over Turnmills 3 dancefloors: Malcolm Duffy, Gonzalo, Pete Wardman, BK, Andy Farley, EJ Doubell, Tom McMillan, Tyrone, Guy Williams, Peter Ward and Fat Tony.

Trade’s anniversary promises to be a night to remember.

Online q jump tickets available from www.tradeuk.net Also available from Trax, Clone Zone, Prowler Soho, Prowler Kings X, The Edge, The Box & Escape. £15 Members £20 Guests. 4am til Super late. Turnmills 63b Clerkenwell Rd London EC1

For further details or images contact Christian or Elisha at info@tradeuk.net or on 0207 6098364.

22nd Nov – GOLD (4th Sat of month) @ Egg, London
‘Keeping you hard all night long’ A taste of the harder edged sounds that propelled Trade into club legend. DJs include:, EJ Doubell, BK, Andy Farley, Malcolm Duffy & Pete Wardman,

29th Nov – KINKY TRADE @ Egg, London returns with its last party of the year.
‘Very Sexy, Very Kinky’ Take a trip into the world of Kinky glamour DJs include Gonzalo, Justin Ballard & Wayne G spinning Baleric beats and funky tribal at this now legendary event.


Recreation opens its doors on Friday 31st October at Sub101 (Below Cruz, 101 Princess Street, Manchester) for the start of our monthly underground house party. (11pm until 4am*)

Recreation looks set to reward quite a few clubbers wish lists with its own unique identity and a sound track that is Educational, Entertaining and Enlightening. The first one is on us, on the house, so make sure you visit our web site to join up for free membership (www.clubrecreation.co.uk) as you will need one of these to get in free. You can also see our flyers for info on how to become a member. Our DJ line up over the coming months includes Gonzalo (Salvation), Steve Thomas (DTPM), Stuart Robinson (Federation), Toby Raven (Fibre, Federation) and local hot property Nik Denton, so you can already see that membership is going to come in good use…


It's a brand new residency for the unstoppable Bugged Out! crew in the city of yellow submarines and Jimmy Corkhill. They open their account at Society with a very impressive line-up, featuring Green Velvet, FC Kahuna and Zoot Woman live alongside resident Rob Bright.


DEUCE Saturday 8th November (2nd Saturday of every month) In Association with: 'Battle of the DJs'
Hard 'n' Funky. Underground. House 'n' Techno

Hard As U Like - Room 1. Keepin It Funky - Room 2. VIP & Chill Out Area - Room3.

@ The Lakeside Country Club (Formerly the Escape) Lifford Lane, Kings Norton, Birmingham B30 3NT. Exclusive venue! Secure parking

SpeedQueen back at the Warehouse. As of 15th November 2003, SpeedQueen will be held every Saturday 10pm-4am at The Warehouse, 19 Somers Street, Leeds LS1. For the re-opening party we will be selling advance tickets priced £8 members £10 guests; tickets for 15th November are available now from Lucy at the SpeedQueen Office 162 Lower Briggate Leeds LS1 6LY.

We would like to thank Carol, Guy, Roger, and all the staff at Stinky's Peephouse for a fabulous nine months and wish them every success in the future.

The last SpeedQueen to be held at Stinky's Peephouse will be Saturday 25th October 2003.

Please note there will be NO SPEEDQUEEN held on 1st November or 8th November.

If you have any comments or questions, please call us on 0113 246 1033 or email us and let us know. Thank You for your continuing support, Suzy, Kas and the SPEEDQUEEN TEAM XXX


radical-escapes & HeatUK presents 24 Hours in Amsterdam! Sat-Sun 15th &16th November 2003 London to Amsterdam
mission title: 24 Hours in Amsterdam

concept: a Saturday afternoon party cruise across the ocean to an exclusive HeatUK party in Holland’s biggest club venue, followed by a canal cruise to a throbbing after-party at dawn, before a blissed out return to the UK on Sunday afternoon.

Dj’s: Paul Glazby, Nick Sentience, Spencer Freeland, Marc French, Des Mitchell, Steve Blake, Macey, Brad Thatcher & more tbc

date: Saturday 15th - Sunday 16th Nov 03

Bookings: 020 8780 5551

Info: www.radical-escapes.com / www.heatuk.info

Sat: 0850 - 1015 Board “The Heat Express” for the non-stop journey to Harwich International.

1030 - 1500 Stena HSS Discovery. The world’s largest and smoothest super fast ferry is also a floating club. We are programming the music for the crossing through an immaculate crystal clear sound system, surrounded by a huge Toshiba 24 cube video wall, intelligent lighting rig and bars selling drinks at pub prices...the only way to travel!

1530 – 1715 Amsterdam Express

1730 - 2300 Free time to explore.

2300- 0500 The Powerzone is quite simply the largest club not only in Amsterdam but also Holland! It has two areas; the ground floor possesses a dance area of 22,000 square meters and offers numerous stylish bars, a tropical aquarium, reservable raised seated VIP area...and even boasts a noodle restaurant! It has a terrace on the water front, where you can relax in the open air and watch the visuals reflecting across the canal from the outside cinema screen.

Situated on the second floor is The Comfort Zone - a serious self-contained area with powerful sound & lighting, which has it’s own bar & toilets and which overlooks the water. Heat UK host this area from 11pm-5am. Admission is limited to ‘24 Hours in Amsterdam’ wristband wearers who also have access to the rest of the club, which features International Dj’s playing house-based flava’s. Wristband also includes VIP fast track entrance & free use of cloakroom*

Sun: 0500- 0530 As dawn breaks over the city, our fleet of canal cruisers will take you from the door of The Powerhouse and along the canals and Amstel river to the next venue

0530-1100 O20 centrally located in Dam Square. A legendary Amsterdam party haunt . Formerly called, Time, it has hosted everyone from the legendary ‘I Love Hardhouse’ parties and was the first venue in which Tiesto was resident. On this occasion it will showcase our future heroes of the twin decks: three levels of dancing, chilling and recovery Heat-style. Free admission with wristband.

1100 - 1330 - last chance to chill in the coffee shops & bars.

1530 - 1830 Stena HSS Discovery
Purr some zzzz’s, catch a film (we’ll be showing something suitable for your frame of mind)... or just k-e-e-p going as we take control of things as darkness falls and we ride the ocean back to blighty - whilst taking advantage of the amazing half price cigarette deal ( less than £2 a packet of 20, personal allowance 3,200).

24 Hours in Amsterdam packages start from just £64 and include return sea passage Harwich - Hook of Holland, wristband giving access to all Heat parties in The Powerzone & O2O & exclusive canal cruise.

We have an allocation of cut price rail tickets available, which are valid from London Liverpool Street to Amsterdam and return. These cost just £31 and should be purchased at time of booking.

‘24 Hours in Amsterdam’ is set to be the largest international club cruise-break to leave the shores of blighty. Demand is heavy and interest is high. Reserve your place now to avoid disappointment & save money. The earlier you book: the less you pay.


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