Club NME hosted a very special Xmas Party on Friday (December 6) at London's KOKO venue. Punters in full fancy dress got in for free - looks like some people took advantage of the offer and put on their best Santa gear.
Scotland's Kassidy started the night of live music. The band haven't gigged in a while because they've been recording a new album, but they were thrilled to play such an exciting event at KOKO.
Not everyone arrive in fancy dress, but at least there were plenty of Santa hats to be seen at Club NME on Friday.
Kassidy played at Club NME on Friday. If you'd like to keep yourself up to date with the latest Club NME listings, stop by KOKO's website for the upcoming gigs.
If you want to check out bands like Kassidy at KOKO, head to NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest information on Club NME.
Dinosaur Pile-Up also played live at Club NME's Xmas party on Friday (December 6). "We can't wait to play the NME Xmas Party at KOKO," frontman Matt Bigland told NME ahead of the show.
Some punters spread some holiday cheer for the camera at Club NME.
"It's gonna be killer," Dinosaur Pile-Up's Matt Bigland told NME. "Playing at KOKO at the end of the year is always ace. It's a wicked venue and everyone's super up for just kicking out and having a rad time. I'm totally up for festive riffing. Christmas jumpers, maybe some slacks, antlers, whatever - it's gonna be a gnarly show."
There are loads of exciting gigs lined up for Club NME. Next week, Young Rebel Set will be stopping by KOKO, while British Sea Power, Joe and Will Ask? and Fiction have been lined to ring in 2011 at the Club NME New Year's Eve Ball.
Want to get tickets to a Club NME night? Head on over to KOKO's website to do so.