Day Fever – the daytime disco extravaganza is returning to Leeds for a third instalment

Tickets are on sale now.

After the huge success of its first two events, Day Fever is returning to Leeds this summer bigger and better than ever before.

And this time they’ll be coming to the city centre, bringing the party to the O2 Academy on Saturday 22 June, just in time before the school holidays.

Created by Line of Duty and This Is England star Vicky McClure, Day Fever invites the forever-young-at-heart to indulge in a daytime disco experience, where adults can relive their glory days on the dance floor without sacrificing their beauty sleep.

It’s hard not to be a part of the 2020’s wellness era that we all seem to have entered, but if you can’t shake the early 00’s carefree and rebellious party days, then Day Fever is exactly what you’re looking for combining the best of both worlds.

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Starting at 2pm, the event has a strict curfew of 7pm, so you’ll be back in time to bid adieu to the babysitter or settle in for a few episodes of your favourite series before clocking in those crucial 8+ hours of beauty sleep.

We’ve all seen the AI-generated photos of what workers will look like in 50 years due to the incessant screen time consumption, right? What better way to loosen off those stiff joints by dusting off those disco shoes and heading to the O2 academy for an afternoon groove?

It’s also co-founded by Sheffield legend and Reverend and the Makers frontman Jon McClure (no relation), who you’ll often spot behind the DJ decks.

Image: Day Fever

Described as ‘the daytime disco that doesn’t ruin your Sunday,’ Day Fever will be an event not to miss with nostalgic TV shows, films and adverts shown on a big screen during the event so you can relive those good old glory days.

Announcing the news, Day Fever said: “Due to the remarkable response to Day Fever across the UK we are bringing it back to the musical epicentre of Leeds for a third time!

“The astonishing appetite for a nightclub in the afternoon has seen events completely sell out.”

Tickets are available to purchase now on Ticketmaster.

Read more: The Leeds-born female social club looking for new and fun ways to bring women together

Featured image – Day Fever

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