We wrap up what's going down in France, Belgium, Russia and more.
From Tallinn to Tilburg, there's plenty to do right across Europe this New Year's. Delve into some of the highlights below.
We'll begin with western part of the continent. In Paris, Rex Club will host locals Seuil, Jef K, Le loup and Yakine for its end of year celebrations, kicking off just before midnight. Gilles Peterson and Franck Roger handle things at La Bellevilloise.
In Switzerland, Zürich's New Year's Eve options are stacked, but it's a party on New Year's Day that we're recommending. Perlon associate Audio Werner will head up the small cast of jocks at Stairs Club, with things due to get underway at 9 PM. Tech house will be in full effect at Vienna's Grelle Forelle, with Berlin's Foehn & Jerome soundtracking its New Year's Eve celebrations.
As you might expect, there's a lot going down in the Netherlands. Amsterdam heavies Trouw and Melkweg will be both be throwing big ones: Tom Trago and Todd Terje are confirmed for New Year's Eve at the former, while the latter will host Luke Slater as L.B. Dub Corp, Ron Morelli and Anthony Parasole across New Year's Day. There's even more spilling over into the 1st, with Awakenings throwing an event with Rødhåd, Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann, and Trouw returning with Dixon, Young Marco and Smallpeople. Last but not least, Dekmantel has nabbed I-F, Gerd Janson and Legowelt for a 14-hour special at MC Theater. Elsewhere in the Netherlands, Rrose, Jonas Kopp and Perc will play at Doornroosje in Nijmegen, while techno will be going down in Tilburg courtesy of Carl Craig, Steve Rachmad and Dominik Eulberg at Jack's Casino.
Denmark, Belgium, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania
Up north in Copenhagen, you'll find Ctrls among the strong local cast spinning at Culture Box. In Brussels, Roman Flügel will play at Bazaar. Heading east, Piktogram in Warsaw will be headlined by Berlin experimentalist Lower Order Ethics. Those at the Poiana Brasov ski resort in Romania will have Russian deep houser Andrey Pushkarëv on the decks, while Bulgarian capital Sofia will get Macro boss Stefan Goldmann at a to-be-announced location. In the Baltics, Lithuania's premiere venue Opium Club, located in Vilnius, has locked in an all-local lineup, with Vidis topping the bill.
We'll wrap things up in Russia. Moscow's ARMA17 will host the [a:rpia:r] crew of Rhadoo, Raresh and Petre Inspirescu, while Regis and James Ruskin handle things at the nearby Monasterio.