Following the success of WIRED’s 4th birthday in October of last year, a legion of music lovers, socialites and diverse creatives came together to Adore and Endure one another under the golden glow of Concrete Space for the final instalment of 2012.

The live night, well known for its uniquely #wirey atmosphere, was accompanied by a bubbling undercurrent of specialty as the best performers of 2012 were rounded up for one final night of musical debauchery.

The line-up, which had the audience beside themselves with excitement, consisted of Alex Vargas, Nathan Williams, The Special Ks and Diva Geek. Last but not certainly not least Etta Bond and Raf Riley’s Emergency Room’s topped the bill and tore the roof off, damn near sending the streets above crashing down into the room below.

“Yo this is Raf Riley, thanks for letting me get down at the wickedest, wiggerdiest, wildest night in the west… WIRED!” – Raf Riley

I’ve been going to Wired for years now and it’s still showering me monthly with great live music, general good vibes and of course a lovely excuse to get merry on a Monday. Now, I couldn’t imagine life without Wired. It’s like going home to see the family. YAY WIRED FOR PRESIDENT.”  – Etta Bond

If you missed out and have been kicking yourself in the shins ever since then we made this just for you…

Kids Co, the WIRED charity of choice which helps to get young people off the streets, raised a considerable amount from the donations on the evening. #TeamWIRED would like to thank our guests for parting with their hard-earned cash, and we ensure every pound goes directly to the cause.


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