Bitch, Please x Patterns : Brighton Pride Fundraiser 070821

This year Patterns are collaborating with queer party pioneers Bitch, Please! to bring you a musically focussed celebration of Pride with some of our favourite artists’ over what would’ve been Brighton and Hove Pride weekend.Bitch, Please! is no stranger to our shores having thrown down some fierce parties as well as hosting in Bristol & London. In true Pride style it would only seem rude not to throw a theme into the mix right? Summer is sizzling and we are ready to get hot and sweaty with you huns. Off to the beach we go, Miami style. Think visors, vests and absolute vibes. Think sun, sand and sexiness! We got you babes okay! We will of course be raising money for the local pride charity The Brighton Rainbow Fund – Donating £1 from each ticket purchased, so get yours quick!

Patterns x Bitch, Please! – Brighton & Hove Pride Weekend Fundraiser

Saturday 7th August 2021 10pm-5am Patterns, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton. Grab your early bird tickets here.

Club:Moxie
CC:DISCO!
Faro B2B Luke Fono
Suze Rosser
Blixa

Listening Bar: Wildblood & Queenie
Zenzero
Affy Go Bang
Sophie Paul
Baloo B2B Daisha

Moxie. As a radio DJ who started out covering for Sinden’s Kiss FM show in 2010, Moxie has gone on to hold down The Residency and INDJ’s We Trust slots on BBC Radio 1 and continues to have one of the longest standing residencies on NTS. Hosting guests from some of dance music’s leading artistic forces including Jeff Mills, Midland, Four Tet, Honey Dijon and more. This lead to her being featured in Time Out’s article of London’s 10 best radio shows, and a main focus in Mixmag’s piece about the Rise of The Selector. She’s also provided online mixes for some of the best series around – with Essential Mix, Resident Advisor, Truants, FACT, Solid Steel, and Triple J to name but a few.


CC:Disco! DJ, radio host, curator, label head and party promoter – CC:DISCO! is hopelessly lost in music and there’s no turning back. Playing disco, house and boogie cuts with her heart at the controls, CC triggers a joyous feedback loop that infects the dancefloor. There’s no pretension, only pure feeling.