From an Ibiza veteran to a 70 -year-old psytrance fan, six clubbers explain why they’re not gale down
Nightclubbing is seen as a young person’s game. Sightings of older clubbers- such as the elderly Polish couple who went viral aftera night out at London’s Fabric in 2016– are considered a novelty. But the septuagenarian tourists- who partied until 5am- are not alone.
A recent poll by ticketing platform Eventbrite found that more than 3.7 million Britons aged over 45 turn clubbing each week. The nation’s nightlife may not be in rude health overall, but certain DJs, associations and clubbers have suffered. Fabric turned 20 this year, and DJs such as Danny Rampling and Terry Farley are still attract mobs 30 times on from the summer of adoration that established their identify. From nostalgia darkness to dance festivals, older clubbers- such as Mick Jagger, 76, spotted at lesbian club night Horse Meat Disco earlier this year- are finding their second wind.
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