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TLV in LDN @ Roundhouse / from 8th – 11th September 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: various

@ Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH

Tickets: free entry to the food festival and tickets for evening performances start from £10 book online

www.tlvinldn.org
www.roundhouse.org.uk/whats-on/2017/tlv-in-ldn-festival

Get ready for a taste of the ‘Big Orange’ as Tel Aviv comes to London this autumn. Situated on the glittering Mediterranean coast and dubbed the ‘Miami of the Middle East’, this vibrant Israeli city is a rising cosmopolitan metropolis of food, art, fashion and nightlife. 🇮🇱 😋🎶💯🎉👨‍👨‍👧‍👧😜🍷🍺😎

Bringing the best of the city to the UK, TLV in LDN offers a unique opportunity to experience its rich cultural landscape right on your doorstep.

Camden’s Roundhouse is the hub for this four-day showcase, with satellite events taking place across the city at locations including Cadogan Hall and The Coronet.

Highlights:
– Food festival by esteemed Israeli chef Shaul Ben-Aderet
– Performances and workshops by dance troupe Mayumana
– Exhibition curated by internationally renowned artist Ori Gersht
– Live DJ set from Guy Gerber

Indulge your senses and discover the delights of this jewel of the Med!

Summer Jazz Weekenders with Jazz FM @ Peninsula Gardens / 12th-13th and 19th-20th August 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 1pm-5pm

@ Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0SQ

Free for everyone!

www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk/whats-on/jazz-on-the-peninsula

Visit this new London jazz festival and discover top UK contemporary bands to excite and challenge your musical self. Summer Jazz Weekenders takes place in Greenwich Peninsula’s beautiful outdoor amphitheatre in Peninsula Gardens. Two bands a day for four days of music over two weekends. 🎶🎷

Summer Jazz Weekenders is in association with Jazz FM and will also feature MI-SOUL Radio DJs, live contemporary circus performances by Upswing, Ping Pong fun with Pongathon, an area of workshops, food and relaxation for families by MOTHERBRUNCH, artist workshops with Honeyscribe and street food by Craft London.

UK jazz today experiments and takes risks, drawing on an eclectic mix of musical influences from hiphop, folk, electronic music, rock, soul and music from all over the world. Experience the diversity of the modern UK jazz scene through a mixture of established and fresh musicians with a variety of musical and cultural influences.

Lambeth Country Show 2017 @ Brockwell Park / until Sunday 16th July 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 12:00-20:00

@ Brockwell Park, London SE24 9BJ

Free entry

Back for a 43rd year boasting a unique line-up that celebrates the very best of the city and countryside. With over 170,000 people attending in 2016, the show is now one of the biggest public events in the UK.

Roots Reggae Day is back again for 2017. Expect a whole host of international and legendary talent of reggae, dub and ska throughout the day.

Bugle
His love for dancehall and reggae music began from an early age, while he was going to primary school. He did not got
his break until 2000 when he met with fellow dancehall artiste Oniel Bryan popular known as Elephant man. This led to him started writing songs for Elephant man. In 2001 he was featured on his “Good To Go” Tour. Bugle was also featured on BET’s 106 and Park and Appearance 2002 MTV Awards in Japan.

Queen Omega
Hailing from San Fernando in Trinidad. Encouraged by her mother (to whom she pays moving tribute on “Mama”), she began entering local talent shows from the age of nine, writing her own calypsos and even rapping on national television. Now under the management of Graeme Sealy and Trini Productions; Queen Omega continues to tour the Caribbean and Europe and has performed on many of the largest Reggae festival stages such as; Reggae Rising (USA), SNWMF (USA), JaSound (France), African Music Festival (Germany) and Sao Paulo (Brazil).

Mafia & Fluxy
Blood brothers and masters of drums and bass guitar. They are known as the Sly and Robbie of the UK. With 30 years in the business producing music for every jamaican legendary name, they have toured and produced music for artists like Luciano, Gregory Issacs, John holt, Horace Andy, Beres Hammond, Taurus Rily to mention a few. Mafia and Fluxy are the nicest guys and the Talent of reggae music backing up many of our star names on LCS Roots day.

Michael Prophet
Prophet is a legendary Jamaican performer from 1977 now resident in the UK and has energy that excels. His 1980 album ‘Serious Reasoning’ was released by Island Records in the UK, establishing his reputation internationally. Michael Prophet thrives on live stage performance and his enthusiasm is infectious.

Abacush
Hailing from South london were the 80’s girlpower band in reggae.
They have a strong roots sound with soul. Abacush have reformed for 2017 and bring their joyful vibes to Lambeth Country Show.

Christopher Ellis
Son of the late great Alton Ellis, one of the rock steady heroes of reggae music. Alton had a record shop in Brixton for many years, was based in the UK and toured worldwide. His son Christopher sounds remarkably like his father, and is also a great vocal artist. See him live with his own Ellis brand of reggae and playing tribute to his father.

Teshay Makeda
Coming from a musical background, Teshay Makeda has been singing since the age of seven. She started showcasing with The Twelve Tribes of Israel and she was part of the school choir. At the age of ten, she joined Vocal Zones Productions where she was vocally trained really improving her performance ability. These foundations have moulded Teshay into the artist that she is today.

General Roots
Fresh to the UK reggae scene, but are offer the finest dub and heavyweight lovers rock. The band tour internationally with artists like Hollie Cook and they are masters of their craft and will kick off the Main Stage.

RSVP on Facebook.

Hyper Japan @ Tobacco Docks / Friday 14th – Sunday 16th July 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Friday 12:00-20:00
Saturday 09:00-21:00
Sunday 09:00-18:00

@ Tobacco Docks, Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, St Katharine’s & Wapping, London E1W 2SF

Tickets: from £15 book online

www.hyperjapan.co.uk

Unique event offering fun, food and culture for the whole family. Fall in love with Japan, or simply discover something quirky, new and cool. This year, HYPER JAPAN has something for everyone, no matter what your age or passion.

The festival is transforming the Tobacco Dock space into a unique celebration of music, food, drink, fashion and technology, drawing inspiration from both the traditional and future of Japan.

Expect a sensory overload as the music, smells, sights and tastes of this intriguing and exciting culture transport you to another world! With well-known performers, exhibitors, a food festival, and creative workshops to experience, HYPER JAPAN is the ultimate event for those eager to discover new, exciting trends and certified Japanophiles alike!

🇯🇵 Fancy something futuristic with a nod to nostalgia? Taking to the HYPER JAPAN live stage will be self produced chiptune songstress TORIENA, who writes, sings, programs and produces her own music using two Game Boys!

🇯🇵 Want to give it a go yourself? Sign up to the Chiptune workshop, hosted by local artist Shirobon and featuring TORIENA, where you can learn how to use your retro gaming device to create something magically musical.

🇯🇵 Want something a little edgier? 3-person unit REOL will also be taking to the stage to deliver their signature electronica sounds. For something different try KAIEN – a musical performance unit bringing together dance, technology, video, and 3D holograms for a truly unique experience. Meanwhile KIRIE combines dance, music, and calligraphy to express traditional Japanese myths and stories using modern artistic techniques.

🇯🇵 Looking for an interactive work of art? Tokyo Rickshaw incorporates a group of talented, eye catching acrobats, bringing a real rickshaw for people to clamber in to!

A visual spectacular, the festival will once again bring the events annual fashion show to life, showing off the very best in Kawaii style. For those with a penchant for manga or anime, the COSTest cosplay competition and COSParade showcase will evoke some impressive Japanese character inspired costumes that are not to be missed.

For those seeking out the more traditional side of Japan, guests can try their hand at doing calligraphy, origami and making authentic kokeshi dolls. Ideal for those who enjoy crafting with a twist!

Finally, foodies will not be disappointed. This year the festival takes their culinary offering to a new level, bringing London’s Urban Food Fest to the show for the very first time! The hippest street-food vendors this side of Shoreditch are rocking up at the Tobacco Dock with their charming retro food trucks.

Indulge and discover new food creations, fusing East and West with delicious effect. Fancy a Japanese inspired tipple? The Sake Experience 2017 will give visitors the chance to sample a variety of sake from big international brands, all the way to smaller, niche producers. Don’t forget to pop by the MIO Station to pick up a bottle of their sparkling sake!

RSVP on Facebook.

Eat Your Own Ears present Festival Embassy @ House of St Barnabas / Saturday 6th May 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 5pm-1am

@ The House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, London W1D 4NQ

Tickets: £15 book online

www.hosb.org.uk/festival-embassy-x-eat-your-own-ears

www.eatyourownears.com

An evening of entertainment curated with Eat Your Own Ears, bringing the feel and atmosphere of London’s much loved Field Day festival to the heart of Soho.

Discover dazzling acoustic music in a gothic Chapel and dance in a secret garden to live DJ sets at this magical micro-festival in a historic townhouse in central London.

HoSB believe in paying it forward; for every ticket bought, one will be given to someone who would not be able to afford one themselves, opening access to culture, live music and our home in Soho with social inclusion at its heart.

Pay it forward tickets will be given to people affected by homelessness, who are part of the House’s Employment Academy, the Soho community, or are supported by one of the many charities they work with.

Garden room DJs:
The Invisible
Jagwar Ma
Flamingods
Field Day DJs

The Chapel of St Barnabas live music:
Martin Creed
James Yorkston
Stevie Parker
Plus a special guest!

Amy Winehouse @ Jewish Museum London / from 16th March until 24th September 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Daily from 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 2pm

@ Jewish Museum London, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7NB

Tickets: from £6.50 book online

www.jewishmuseum.org.uk/amy

Discover the woman behind the music and beyond the hype in this intimate and moving exhibition about a much loved sister.

Get to know the real Amy Winehouse through her personal belongings, from family photographs to fashion. Items on display reflect Amy’s love for her family, London and more.

Originally staged at the museum in 2013 and returning following an international tour, Amy Winehouse: Family Portrait was co-curated with Winehouse’s brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva.

The exhibition is accompanied by a new Amy-themed street art trail which leads to ‘Love Is A Losing Game’ by renowned street artist Pegasus in our Welcome Gallery.

Visions Festival @ across six Hackney venues / Saturday 6th August 2016

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Various

@
Oval Space, 32 The Oval, London E2 9DT
The Laundry, 2-18 Warburton Road, London E8 3FN
St John at Hackney Church, Lower Clapton Road, London E5 0PD
Space Gallery Courtyard and Carpark, Warburton Street, London E8 3RH
Netil House Rooftop, 1 West Gate Street, London E8 3RL
London Fields Brewhouse, 365-366 Warburton St, London E8 3RR
Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette Street, London E9 6NU

Tickets:
£39 book online

www.visionsfestival.com

Returning for its fourth year following the success of three sell-out events. The East London festival will take place across different warehouse venues, art spaces, courtyards rooftops, churches and outdoor areas in London Fields.

Music isn’t the only offering from VISIONS. Following the success of last year’s Craft Beer and Street Food Festival it will be returning featuring London’s finest traders: Mamas Jerk Station, Hot Mess, The Cheese Truck, Motherclucker, Oh My Dog craft beer and more. VISIONS Craft Beer and Street Food Festival will be located in the gardens of St John’s Hackney Church and will be open to the public to enjoy, as well as VISONS ticket holders. Ticket holders will also be able to enjoy the food stalls of Netil Market right next to Netil House Rooftop.

The Space Studios outdoor courtyard will feature creative outlets including Home Brew where you can sign up for beer brewing classes and watch a live brew, Old Habbits Tattoo shop, owned and run by Liam Sparks who will be offering VISIONS customers exclusive custom designs for just £50 only available only at the festival. Black Wax Records will have classic and new releases available to buy and Positive Press will be exhibiting work as well as running a live screen printing workshop to show you budding printers how it’s done.

Dalston Music Festival @ Gillett Square and various venues / 9th July 2016

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 2pm-6am

@ Gillett Square and various venues, London N16 8JN

Tickets: from £15 book online

www.dalstonmusicfestival.com

Back for its second edition, Dalston Music Festival celebrates Hackney’s finest music and culture with an all day, all night party right in the heart of Dalston.

This year Dalston Boys Club, Club Makossa, Arcola Bar and Tipsy are joining the list of participating venues alongside Pond Dalston, Vortex Jazz Club, Servant Jazz Quarters, Dalston Jazz Bar and Stamford Works.

ZOMBIE ZOMBIE – NOT WAVING – ROGER ROBINSON & DISRUPT – THE SOUL JAZZ RECORDS SOUNDSYSTEM FEAT. OXMAN – TOMAGA – RUBY RUSHTON – TOM FURSE DJ – DEEK RECORDINGS – ORCHESTRA ELASTIQUE – CHUGGY (EMOTIONAL RESPONSE / RESCUE)- LAURA GROVES – FUMACA PRETA – VANISHING TWIN – NEVER – GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – DJ BULLION & CHARLIE BONES – THOOL… AND MORE…

Sonic Rebound @ The Round Chapel / Monday 29th February 2016

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 19:00

@ The Round Chapel, 1d Glenarm Road, London E5 0LY

Free entry

www.sdna.tv

Free audio-visual extravaganza of live music performed by the World Jazz Ensemble of England accompanied by stunning visuals and projections created in collaboration with young Hackney residents.

The concert will premiere compositions produced with young musicians during music and digital media workshops led by Hackney-born multi-instrumentalists Orphy Robinson and Rowland Sutherland, and digital media artists SDNA.

Using Hackney’s rich cultural heritage as inspiration, young people have created new music from Caribbean, Turkish, Indian, African, Balkan and Jewish musical influences, and created innovative visuals to illustrate the compositions.

The concert programme will also feature new compositions by Rowland Sutherland and Orphy Robinson that pay homage to Hackney.

The World Jazz Ensemble of England is a group of established soloists and emerging musicians including Rowland Sutherland on Flute, Orphy Robinson on Electronics, Kate Shortt on Cello, Jessica Lauren on Keyboard, Beibei Wang on Xylosynth and Percussion, Alec Dankworth on Double Bass, Cosimo Keita Cadore on Drum Kit and guest Kayman Aldis on Trumpet.

Future Artefacts @ Shoreditch Studios / from Friday 23rd till Sunday 25th October 2015

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Friday 12.00 – 20.00
Saturday 10.00 – 20.00
Sunday 12.00 – 18.00

@ Shoreditch Studios, 37 Batemans Row, London EC2A 3HH

www.futureartefacts.com

Future of physical media; the world’s most progressive music, arts publishing, fashion and tech companies will be selling exclusive products at the fair.

Forty of the most exciting producers of physical media will present their finest products in a luxury environment for the inaugural FUTURE ARTEFACTS fair in 2015.

Everything from record labels and arts publishers to tech companies and artists, you can expect to see 3D printed music totems, fabric with patterns generated by sonic algorithms, experience Bjork’s Stonemilk video on Oculus Rift, and buy exclusive vinyl pressings, DIY synthesisers, prints and special editions of art and photo books.

Artisan food and drink will be supplied by leading London caterers in two bars, including one outdoor covered and heated area with film screenings.

Exhibitors:
Aesop, AMC Books, AnOther, Astral Black, Beatwoven, Baron Magazine, Bemojake, Big Dada, Butterz, Claire de Rouen, Diagonal, Ditto Press, Eros, Four Corners, GOST Books, Here Press & Loose Joints, Huntleys & Palmers, In Other Words, Knives, Kodoji, Landfill Editions, LuckyMe, Ninja Tune, One Little Indian, PAN, REGA, Reify, Ridinghouse, SPBH Editions, Sorika, Stolen Recordings, Studio Operative, Technology Will Save Us, Trolley Books and more!

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