Crofters Rights releases mindblowing NYE lineup

Crofters Rights releases mindblowing NYE lineup

Posted on: 19 Dec 2022

Crofters Rights – the veteran venue of Stokes Croft – has announced their New Year's Eve lineup today, with five massive names.




Crofters Rights is a beloved and well-trod venue for Bristol. Sitting on the iconic Stokes Croft, Crofters is known for it’s great local beer selection, and its nonstop bevvy of top-notch gigs.


Crofters is a favourite for New Year’s Eve, guaranteed to bring massive tunes and a non-stop party for the journey into the new year – and this year, they’ve gone massive.



Crofters are bringing five delectable acts to the New Year’s stage for the 2022-2023 transition, running the gamut from DnB, to dancehall, to garage and more.


First up on the Crofter’s docket for NYE is Exodus Records, lovers of Jungle, DnB, and 140 bpm. They’re known best for their classic Crofters night Jungle of Eden – so it just makes sense to for them to be part of the biggest night of the year.


Following them will be Omen Audio, first-timers at the Crofters NYE. Fresh-faced and new, Omen are on the radar for their big nights, and their irresistible multigenre mix.



Psyched are veterans of the scene – having brought the very best grime, garage, drum and bass, dub, dubstep and more for over eight years. With their residency at Crofters over the last year, they’ve thrown some staggering nights.


Bringing a new twist on the genre classic, with a splash of much-needed representation, RepresentAsian are next on the scene. They take the bold move of cutting Bhangra and Bollywood with all of Crofters’ favourite genres: from garage, to UK funky, through to dancehall, reggaeton and more! RepresentAsian are sure to be an exciting pick as they bring the best South Asian DJ talent with them for New Year’s.


Rounding off the lineup are Bristol-Leeds label Twin System Records (formerly West Collective). They’re bringing refreshing, modern electro sounds to the night – with co-owners Profty & Stuzi themselves showing up behind the decks for electro, breaks and trance.


All in all, it’s a night to trust in if you’re looking for a big one with some wild tunes this NYE – and therefore tickets are likely to sell out fast. Get yours here while you still can.

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Patrick Bate

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