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Party all weekend with big beats, BBQ and footy

By Andrea McVeigh

Published 08/07/2016

Final bonanza: DJ Timmy Stewart
Final bonanza: DJ Timmy Stewart

Phased DJ Collective Black Box, Belfast Tonight, 7pm. An early start for those who plan to catch the last bus home and be tucked up in bed by midnight or a jump-start to the weekend and a springboard for a late night on the town — Friday nights in the Black Box’s Green Room can be all things to all people.

Starting early and finishing at 11pm, this is music to round off the week, or start a new one. Music comes for a roster of DJs playing on rotation and the genres range from hip-hop and dub to electronic beats and global sounds. For details, visit

Beat BBQ Euro 2016 final

Parlour Bar, Belfast

Sunday, 5pm

The Beat BBQ guys usually throw their parties on the night before a Bank Holiday, but with no Bank Holiday in sight until the end of August they’re taking advantage of the fact that the Euro 2016 final is on Sunday.

So this weekend’s party will be a game of two halves, with music in the bar downstairs, courtesy of DJs Chris Hanna, Kristian Woods and Inside Moves, as well as beats from Timmy Stewart, JMX and Chris Nez in the upstairs club.

The music and free BBQ starts at 5pm with music running until late, not to mention the match being played out on at least six big screens.

For details, visit Facebook: Beat BBQ Euro ’16 final.

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