City Buzz: Top 5 things to do in Leeds this weekend

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FREE GIG AT DISTRIKT

Neon Cactus.

Neon Cactus.

Leeds-based music label Love Not Money is teaming up with Label Worx to host a free gig on Saturday, February 6.

DJs including Truth Be Told, Kreature, Acid Skys and Luke Pompey will be taking to the decks from 9pm to 2am at the bar on Duncan Street.

If you aren’t able to make it, you can also tune in live at live.beatport.com/lovenotmoney/61968.

PARTY AT NEON CACTUS

Black Swan, Call Lane. Pic: James Hardisty.

Black Swan, Call Lane. Pic: James Hardisty.

Get into the party spirit and firmly wave those January blues goodbye at Neon Cactus.

The bar on Call Lane is hosting a fun-filled Pachanga party on Saturday, February 6, with plenty of tunes and tequila.

For dedicated partygoers, the basement bar will stay open until 8am.

Follow @neoncactus on Twitter for more information.

NEW MENU AT BLACK SWAN

A new menu launches this week at the restaurant and bar on Call Lane - and City Buzz was one of the first to try it out.

Mouth-watering dishes include salmon and crab scotch egg, 24-hour lamb rump and pan fried seabass.

Our personal favourite was the duck oxo cube.

The menu is available now – give it a try!

RETRO GAMES AT DOCK 29

New riverside bar Dock 29 (which has its own miniature airplane) recently launched a retro games night.

It’s been such a hit that more games have been added, from Battleship, Connect 4, Twister and Operation to Rubik Cube, Rubik Snake and KerPlunk.

Unleash your inner board game geek and get involved.

RECORD FAIR AT HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

One of the biggest record fairs in the north of England is coming to Leeds.

Music lovers can try and bag a bargain at the event at Holy Trinity Church on Boar Lane on Saturday, February 6, from 10am to 4pm.

Entry is £2.