Three days of World Class Music from well over a hundred bands and performers in venues right across Stoke Newington.
The vast majority of the gigs are free and there’s a no ticket policy throughout the festival.
With everything from Top Rock Bands to Inspired Classical Spotlight’s and some truly irreverent Spoken Word thrown into the mix, there’s nothing stopping you from checking out all the venues and seeing some of the most talented musicians and wordsmiths playing in London today.
On Sunday there is an all-day free party at the Southbank Centre as part of the annual Festival of Love Opening Party celebrations. Taking place at the iconic spot of the Riverside Terrace just outside The Royal Festival Hall and overlooking the River Thames, this promises to be one of the most standout and unique dance events in London this year.
Secretsundaze duo James & Giles will play all day from 2-9pm and promise to touch on ambient, jazz, soul and disco, before moving towards their most commonly associated house and techno sounds as the day progresses. The pairing of Secretsundaze playing all day long in their 15th year and the incredible setting of the Southbank makes this an unmissable day which is open to secretsundaze fans & house music lovers of all ages.
Summer tour dates:
08.07 Electric Elephant, Tisno
10.07 Southbank Centre, London
16.07 The Pickle Factory, London
17.07 La Terrrazza, Barcelona
22.07 Colour, Bucharest
23.07 Zoo Project, Ibiza
30.07 Patterns, Brighton
02.08 Obonjan, Šibenik
13.08 Red Market, London
13.08 The Pickle Factory, London
15.08 Jibli Festival, Pantelleria
28.08 Birthday Party, Oval Space, London
04.09 Atlas Festival, Marrakech
Make the Future London is about ideas – bright ideas for tomorrow’s energy challenges.
Globally, we are using more energy than ever before. At the same time, the significance of climate change means the world has to reduce CO2 emissions. We need innovative thinking to make today’s energy go further and to find cleaner energy to take us towards a low-carbon world.
You’ll be the first to see brilliant new ideas and innovations from across the whole world of energy. Get involved, get inspired, see how you’re part of the journey to a low-carbon future.
G-SHOCK is set collaborating with Europe’s largest Sneaker Festival, Crepe City, at their 30th April Event at East London’s Truman Brewery. 20 steps away in G-SHOCK East, grime sensation Ghetts will be shutting up shop for a series of sets through the course of the day.
The world’s toughest watch brand will take up residence at Crepe City to showcase of some their best collaboration timepieces from the world of streetwear over the past decade, from Huf to The Hundreds. Sitting alongside the most sought-after sneaks on the planet, G-SHOCK will be displaying the wristwear that launched thousands of collections, in a unique celebration of street culture.
Just around the corner, G-SHOCK Sessions will make a long-awaited return with Ghetts (FKA Ghetto, real name Justin Reginald Clarke Samuel). Touted as one of the most talented grime artists on the scene, having been nominated for three MOBOs and awarded the Hardest Working Artist at the AIM Awards, he credits much of his success to his label, Disrupt, and is notorious for his fast flowing, hard hitting lyrics and unique brand of Syllable Rhyming which has garnered critical praise and respect amongst his contemporaries.
Winterville pop-up town is the antithesis of corporate Christmas theme parks with free entry and free entertainment including gigs, club nights, comedy and cabaret.
Quality food and drink provided by the best street food, a dedicated craft beer area and a food market serving great food and fresh produce you can take away.
Kicking Club Nights and a Roller Disco to create the best kind of party scene. Yes that’s right, we have a series of carefully curated club nights from the likes of Bugged Out and Guilty Pleasures in our Roller Disco and Spiegeltent.
The Wall of Death awaits those who want to fuel their adrenaline addictions. We don’t know of any other festive destination in the UK, let alone London, featuring a gravity-defying Motordrome.