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The doors will be flung open at The Workman’s Club to ring in 2016 with some awesome live bands, some brilliant DJs….AND YOU. Party lovers will be charged the extortionate sum of NO EUROS on the door – because the Workman’s Club gang are pure sound like that!

In the Main Venue, there’ll be two of the deadliest bands around, Kid Karate and Wounds.

Kid Karate are a trio of blinding musicians, Ian McFaKevin Breen and Steven Gannon. They combine their broad musical influences together through their work. Think Duran Duran fronted by Josh Homme and you’re not far off. They are rapid. This is a fact.rlane,

Wounds are a four-piece band fronted by brothers Aidan and James Coogan. Following a full US tour while currently working on the follow up to their debut record Die Young, this is the band’s first proper hometown show in a long, long time. New sounds, new members and noisier than ever, this gig will kick ass!

Following these two whopper live performances, they’ve got Trev (Somewhere/ Workman’s Saturdays) keeping it going in the Main Venue, playing a fine mix of alternative tunes, indie anthems, “psych” sounds and Manchester bands.

Upstairs, to the right, Louche (Nightflight) and Colin Devine (Hidden Agenda), will spin a 6 hr mix of the very best in house and disco.

On the left, Sr. Lisa Marie and Colin Devine will play all manner of the guiltiest 80s, 90s and 00s Guilty Pleasures.

All 5 bars will be open. All 3 rooms will be jumping. 2 bands will be BRINGING IT. 0 euros to get in. That’s the kind of maths we’re into.

Doors @ 9 pm. Entry on a first come first serve basis.