Harrogate's most famous ever nightclub is back this weekend!

Jimmys nightclub nostalgia night is nearly here - and the T-shirt is on sale too!
Jimmys nightclub nostalgia night is nearly here - and the T-shirt is on sale too!

It's the big day in Harrogate this Saturday - no, not England v Sweden in Russia, the Jimmys nightclub reunion in Harrogate.

The most popular Harrogate nightclub of the 1990s, the nostalgic celebration event this Saturday night will see a generation reunited to the sounds of Jimmy’s top DJs inside the incredible Spiegeltent, the fantastic and gorgeous Edwardian marquee which really has to be seen to be believed.

As if the music and the food and the drinks wasn't enough, a limited edition Jimmys T-shirt will also be on sale!

It's the essential souvenir for those of us who spent our 20s - or 30s or 40s - in the famous, now long-gone nightclub on Kings Road at the peak of the House and Britpop eras.

It's all courtesy of organisers Harrogate International Festivals who decided to pay tribute on the silver anniversary of this much-missed Harrogate venue.

Tickets are going fast for the Jimmy's Night on Saturday, July 7 which promises:
A selection of Jimmy’s top DJs. Contemporary street food. Cocktail bartenders. Gins, wines, craft ales and cocktails.

Jimmy's fans take note, the location, for obvious reasons, is not Kings Road. Instead Harrogate International Festivals is holding it in its fabulous Spiegeltent which it erects each summer at Crescent Gardens facing the Royal Baths and just along from Hales Bar.

The Harrogate Advertiser knows just how much loved Jimmy's was from readers' reaction back in 2015 when we ran a feature entitled "Nightclub Nostalgia: Top 6 ex-Harrogate nightclubs" and didn't mention Jimmys! We soon did...

The doors at Jimmy's Night will open at 6.30pm for a 7.30pm start and a 1am finish, which is slightly earlier than the nights we remember.
Tickets are available at Harrogate International Festival's office in person or online at its website.

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After evolving from the Old Bourbon in the early 1990s at the height of the Rave and House era, Jimmy's ran in its four-storey Kings Road location for the entire decade right through Britpop and beyond before closing in the early Noughties.