Mutiny, Guildford’s biggest monthly rock club night, hosts the rock after party in The Big Cheese Cave on Friday and Saturday night after the bands finish this year.
Bringing together all forms of alternative music from Metal/Hardcore to Pop punk/Indie, Mutiny caters for anybody who has a passion for anything alternative. The night has been giving Guildford club goers a chance to party to something other than the same old club music played at more mainstream events.
The After Party features top notch DJs playing the likes of All time low, Blink 182, Four year Strong, Alkaline trio, You me at six, Paramore , Gallows, Killswitch engage, Brand new, Kings of Leon, Joy Division, Jimmy Eat World, Less than Jake, Biffy Clyro, 3Oh!3, 30 seconds to mars, Panic at the Disco and much more, and visitors can expect a full on alternative party of epic proportions in which to dance the night away in to the early hours.
The Mutiny after party runs on Friday and Saturday night until 1am in The Big Cheese Cave.
"Mutiny has quite quickly become a Guildford institution in the rock/alternative community. It's launch in mid 2010 certainly did not disappoint as underground heavy weights and recent Island records signing Lower Than Atlantis were headlining - meaning there was an expectant and capacity crowd ready and willing to make the night nothing but a success. Since its opening night Mutiny has consistently presented an impressive list of headlining acts including Deaf Havana, Your Demise, Don Broco, TRC, Feed The Rhino, Heights, Polar and Heart In Hand and as if the bands weren't enough after each show the excitement continues with a DJ set until late designed to ensure every last minute of the event can be appreciated! Mutiny has accomplished in under two years what it can take other events and venues several years to achieve and it's due to the consistency of the acts booked, the appreciative audience and the local thirst for music with a harder edge that has ensured Mutiny is now a major part of what Guildford has to offer, and the local scene might just be poorer without it."
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