Code of the Streets is returning to Basement 45 for a huge anniversary party

Code of the Streets is returning to Basement 45 for a huge anniversary party

Posted on: 13 Sep 2021

Celebrate 16 years of an iconic Bristol events series this month.


Ever-popular party Code of the Streets is making its long-awaited post-lockdown comeback next month, with special guests and resident DJs ready to take over Basement 45 once again on Saturday 2 October.


One of Bristol's longest-running resident nights, Code of the Streets will be marking its 16th birthday this time around, showcasing the very best in hip-hop, dancehall, afrobeat and more.


Tickets are on sale now but are expected to sell out well in advance - find out more and get yours here.



Bristol's Basement 45 has made a welcome return in recent weeks following close to 18 months of closure as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.


The venue team were able to host occasional socially-distanced seated events when restrictions were briefly lifted, and owner Mark Davis relaunched his in-house practice sessions for local promoters and DJs, but full-scale parties were sorely missed.


Thankfully, one of the city's oldest club venues is getting back into the swing of things, and who better to celebrate its comeback than storied old-school connoisseurs, Code of the Streets?


Attendees can expect a wild throwback to the golden era of R&B, hip-hop and dancehall in the main room, courtesy of award-winning DJ Mixmaster M, BBC Radio Bristol and Ujima Radio resident DJ Style and live performer Cee Jay Will.


Meanwhile, in Room 2, celebrated Bristol DJ Deli-G will be spinning an exclusive set of old-school classics, rare grooves and reggae, supported by FBI Crew's DJ Smart.


Find out more and secure your tickets for Code of the Streets' return to Basement 45 here.

Article by:

Matt Robson


Editor - & LOUD Magazine

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