As the New Year fast approaches, almost two years after they emerged on the scene in Leeds, NØRD launches Midnight Time Machine, boasting an impressive and versatile lineup, a classic venue, and the added benefit of free entry before midnight or £5 thereafter.

To make the night even more appealing, you’ll be counting down to midnight dancing in aid of Leeds’ Community Kitchen Garden. The Leeds based charity not only does a lot for the environment, but it also grows organic food to feed the poor and homeless, something that is much needed in these colder months and is a great cause to support as we enter 2018.

Some of Leeds’ promising emerging DJs comprise the lineup. Rising talents Tom VR and Louf, who’ve been making a name for themselves with their year-old Valby Rotary label, join local party starters Beluga (Pond Life), Tom Drew (Loop Hole) and House for the Homeless’ Cuil. The event will go on until 5am which leaves plenty of time to see in the New Year and with no specific music policy given, variety is guaranteed. 

What’s more, NØRD are back at one of Leeds’ best loved underground clubs – Wire – with its surround sound Funktion 1 sound system. Expect the night to showcase NØRD’s commitment to decoration and colour, creating a fusion of music and visuals along with the simplicity and reliability of Wire. What’s not to like?

For those of you that haven’t got tickets yet, you can grab them for a fiver here.