Legendary indie club night Panic! returns to Birmingham for its official launch this weekend.
HMV Institute, the city’s newest venue, will host the fortnightly alternative party Adventures in Stereo every Saturday, starting tomorrow (October 9).
The main room will feature Panic!, the popular indie extravaganza which regularly pulled in the crowds at the venue in its previous guise as The Sanctuary, before its closure two years ago. It will see the best of 90s and the latest dancefloor remixes, while The Library room will boast Klub Kerrang! featuring guest DJs from Kerrang Radio.
In total there will be eight rooms of music and mayhem, catering for 3,000 revellers. Entry is free before 11.30pm with drinks from £2. Doors open at 10pm and anyone who attends Resurrection at Subway City tonight (FRI) will also get free entry to Panic! tomorrow.
Clubnights will be taking place at the HMV Institute throughout the week alongside a stellar line-up of live acts, with Cult Club every Friday offering alternative, indie and rock tunes; student night Jagerbomb takes over The Library every Tuesday, with Full Moon offering a Thai beach party vibe on Wednedays. For dance aficionados Electric City takes over the venue on alternate Saturdays.
Join the Panic! Facebook group here.