Central Park Brighton

Words: Samantha Harman



Brighton Lands Month-Long Central Park Pop-Up Venue for Clubbing, Live Music and Euro’s, June 14th until July 14th


Set against the spectacular backdrop of St Peter’s Church in Brighton, Central Park sponsored by Muller Rice, is a brand new month-long, pop-up destination taking over Valley Gardens in the centre of our city this summer. 

From June 14th until July 14th, the space will provide a range of free and ticketed entertainment for up to 2000 people with an incredible atmosphere guaranteed. Included are takeovers from world-famous clubbing brands, Glitterbox (June 15th) and Hospitality (June 22nd), live music from festival favourites Rhythm Of The 90s’ (July 13th), and every single game of the Euro 2024 football tournament presented by fanpark specialists, 4TheFans, shown on the biggest screen in the south of England. 

Glitterbox unleashes its Brighton debut and showcases a world-class DJ lineup including Derrick Carter, Shapes, Alan Dixon, and Sophie Lloyd for an uplifting, all-dayer of hands-in-the-air house and disco in the sunshine. This is a rare chance to enjoy the full Glitterbox experience. 

Cutting-edge drum and bass comes from Hospitality and a stellar lineup that includes High Contrast, Metrik, Unnglued B2B The Sauce, Randall, Solah, Hoax & PVC, Gifta, and very special guest S.P.Y. Central Park will be seriously skanking, aided by MC’s, Dynamite MC, Lowqui, and Texas. 

Serving up the nostalgia in unmissable doses on Saturday 13th July is Rhythm Of The 90s’ – a 100% live, seven-piece band that brings to life all the classic 90s’ dance anthems.  With a flawless performance of every 90s’ club banger you can think of, what better way to round off an incredible month of music at this new location?

Scattered throughout the four-week Central Park residency the music continues free of charge with various events mixing food, drinks and live performance. Thursday 27th and Friday 28th June see Central Park become the ultimate place to watch Glastonbury Festival live on the giant screen. Music fans can come down for lunch from a handpicked selection of national and local vendors and indulge in craft beer, premium spirits and cocktails, with a live DJ taking over later. 

With more to be announced, Central Park is set to become the ultimate destination over the summer. Whether it’s music, football, or both, fans can grab their friends and hang out all day in the Brighton sunshine enjoying unrivalled vibes and top-class entertainment from start to finish. 

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