Scottish Clubbing Highlights: July 2023

Scotland might have seen plenty of sun in June, but July is looking equally HOT. Top picks include Theo Kottis, Ponyboy Pride, and Shoot Your Shot

Article by Heléna Stanton | 30 Jun 2023
  • Shoot Your Shot

Starting off July, in Edinburgh Pleasure x Space Dust invite Theo Kottis all night long at Cabaret Voltaire (1 Jul). Over in Glasgow a day party takes place at Box Hub, with a local lineup that includes Céleste and Dominique. Sneaky Pete’s hosts LWS b2b Smiff (2 Jul).

Pride in Glasgow has plenty of parties. Ponyboy are back again with a stacked up lineup at Stereo. Lady Shaka headlines, alongside Glasgow legends Miss Cabbage and Nemoa. Comedian Paul Black and the incredible Lourdes host (8 Jul). 

Sub Club invites UK dubstep legend Skream from open to close in Glasgow (7 Jul). On the same day, Bloodsport is back at Stereo with Lil Texas, American EDM with tempos in the range of 200-1000 BPM. 

Truth-Hz International DJ Federation has a stacked lineup at Bongo Club with Elanda, camoufly and so much more (7 Jul). Redstone Press are back at Sneaky Pete’s with a huge lineup including Psuedopolis, Pelk, Moray Leisure Centre (8 Jul).

Shoot Your Shot – Pride includes a secret lineup which is yet to be announced. Be sure to check on this one at Room 2 (15 Jul). Meanwhile, over at Stereo, their latest edition of Stereo Pride takes place with Berlin duo Animalistic Beliefs – spread over two floors this night is sure to be huge and iconic. 

Red Museum is back with a stacked lineup at Stereo, including Hyperdub’s Proc Fiskal, with support from Doubt, xivro and AKUMU (21 Jul). Over in Edinburgh NTS legend Moxie is playing at Sneaky Pete’s the following night (22 Jul).

Sub Club Southside Weekender takes place at Queens Park Arena Bandstand. The lineup includes Gerd Janson, Tama Sumo, ButhoTheWarrior, and more spread over two days; a perfect event if you’re looking for a day party (22 & 23 Jul).