An acid house rave VR experience with a 1989-theme has been unveiled as part of the City of Culture programme for Coventry, England, this year.
A new print documenting rave culture in Blackburn from the late '80s to the early '90s is available now.
Following design studio Dorothy's Acid House Love Blueprint, which featured a history of acid house mapped out on a 303 bass synthesizer, the new blueprint depicts Blackburn's infamous party movement, on an imagined footprint of illegal venue, Ewood Mill.
A new exhibition by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller is opening this month.
A new exhibition celebrates the history of iconic Milton Keynes rave venue, Sanctuary.
Opening at MK Gallery's Project Space on Saturday, 4th December, Sanctuary: The Unlikely Home of British Rave tells the story of the all-night club that ran in the city from 1991 to 2004. Curated by writer and former Dazed editor Emma Hope Allwood, the exhibition doubles as an archive project, featuring original ephemera including flyers, merchandised, artefacts, footage and more.
There's a new documentary on the history of the UK rave scene coming to Amazon Music.
Better Days: The Story of UK Rave is a new documentary directed by MOBO-nominated Hugo Jenkins, exploring 30 years of raving in Britain, spanning the late-80s Second Summer of Love through to concerns surrounding illegal gatherings during the pandemic, and questions about the future of the scene.