Scottish Clubbing Highlights: March 2020

It's a big month for birthday parties among Scotland's clubnights, with some certified staples and some still working their way to the top, but all in solid fashion

Feature by Nadia Younes | 02 Mar 2020

March kicks off with a bang, as Eris Drew and Octo Octa bring their T4T LUV NRG (6 Mar) party back to Glasgow, and back to The Berkeley Suite for Shoot Your Shot, where a full-blown euphoric rave awaits. Also making a return to Glasgow is Jayda G (20 Mar), almost a year to the day since the release of her debut album, Significant Changes. She returns to Bigfoot’s Tea Party at Sub Club to play all night long.

It’s birthdays galore among Scotland’s clubnights this month, with some celebrating mammoth anniversaries and others only a few years in. The biggest of them all comes from Let’s Go Back, who celebrate 20 years in the game this month. The first of three parties to celebrate is a free party at La Cheetah Club on 14 Mar. Keep an eye out for what else they have planned throughout the year.

Slightly younger but just as wise are Overground, who celebrate their fourth birthday this month, and Lezure, who turn five. La Cheetah regulars Lezure have UKG connoisseur Dr Banana (7 Mar) stepping into the booth, while Overground invite Tectonic Recordings’ boss Pinch (13 Mar) to join them for the festivities at The Bongo Club. And with the old comes the new, as fresh-faced partystarters on the scene Episode kick off with a headline set from underground hero DjRUM (27 Mar) at The Berkeley Suite.

If you’re looking for a spot to celebrate St Patrick’s Day on 17 March, you’ve got two equally enticing offers in Edinburgh. Boiler Room bring their Bass & Percs party up north to The Bongo Club, with the line-up yet to be announced. Over at The Mash House, Club_Nacht return with a fitting headliner in Belfast-born Sally C and local support across the two rooms.