All roads lead to Norwich for festival of deep bass and garage at the UEA

PUBLISHED: 19:04 17 November 2017 | UPDATED: 19:04 17 November 2017

Colour Bass Arcade is the New Year event in Norwich at the UEA

Colour Bass Arcade is the New Year event in Norwich at the UEA

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All roads lead to Norwich for a night of deep bass with some of the best known names in the scene to welcome in the new year.

Colour Bass Arcade present an all night festival of sound at the UEA with three different rooms of music from 8pm to 4am.

Arena one is presented by Colour vs Bassjam.

Names to look out for are Mampi Swift, B2B and Crissy Criss playing a six deck set.

Also on the bill is TNA Showcase featuring Azza, Grima, T>I & Nu Elementz.

The DJ’s favourite, Randall is playing in arena one as is Oblivion.

Arena Two is hosted by Rumble vs Warrior Jungle featuring Mickey Finn, Bryan G, Ray Keith, Twisted Individual, Saxxon and B2B.

In Arena Three is Garage vs Bassline with names to watch for Cross Breed, Bedwell, Original Redge, Kronicl and Snake Eyes.

• The night is on Sunday December 31 from 8pm to 4am at The LCR - UEA, Norwich. Earlybird tickets are £17.50, regular £25 and final release tickets are £30. NUS tickets are £20. Tickets here.

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