Wibbly Wobbly Wecords BUMBLE SUNDAY Lounge Market
Wibbly Wobbly Wecords is launching its BUMBLE SUNDAY Lounge Market on this Summer Bank Holiday.
It will be a relaxed Sunday hangout with
B.Y.O.V – Bring Your Own Vinyl means that the Wibbly Wobbly Wecords DJ will spin your vinyl(s) from the Ziggy sound system and you get a Mojito on the house. If you have vinyls at home that haven’t received the attention they deserve, then this is the time to take them for an outing! Or come and show off your impressive collection!
Lounge Market by creative makers selling vintage, jewellery, collectables and crafts – vegan guitar straps, masquerade masks and more!
All day Mojito 2 for £10 Happy Hour
BACARDÍ Mojito bar on our terrace
Sunday brunch served until 4pm
followed by Hackney Mixer DJs all the way until 4am12pm - 6pm / free entry
Let us know you're coming / book a table
Hackney Mixer Bank Holiday Sunday Special
Hackney Mixer DJs will take over from the Wibbly Wobbly Wecords Bumble Sunday all-dayer at 9pm and play what’s at the top of their house, disco & techno playlists until the very early hours.
It’ll be a line-up of regular DJs & new faces:
► Shan Ali
Come early for the terrace Mojito bar & happy hour – see you on the dance floor!9pm - 4am / free entry
18+ Book a table
Revolvers // Nepal Honey // Stay Club // Gecko Club // Sophia Brenan
18+ ID photo ID essential! Advance Tickets
Live Circuit Presents: The Garage Flowers, The Family Dog, The Scary Lemons
The Garage Flowers Dirty-sweet drunken guitar pop anthems, chaotic gigs, big barnets, bigger ambitions.
The Family Dog Four Brothers from Barnet, sounds like steely , the band , laughing dogs, white denim & early kings of leon, with a british youth fuelled zest.
The Scary Lemons
A brand spanking new high octane rock’n’roll band ready to blow your brains. The Scary Lemons have arrived on planet earth. Are you ready?
£5 Advance tickets via TicketSource or £7 on the door.7:30pm-11pm £5 advance £7 otd
18+ Advance Tickets
The New Immigrants // Dead Maria
f you’re confused and depressed by this crazy Brexitrump world then maybe the folk-infused South London indie-rock of The New Immigrants
will help you feel better with anthems, stories and the mandatory
break-up song. Sing along with them.
Dance if you wish. They’ll be playing songs from their forthcoming album “Agonies and Ecstasies”.
You are warmly welcomed to the world of Dead Maria. Covered in radio
bits, stories of London and winding piano melodies, there’s something
here for everyone. Sounds like a soup of Russian folk, classical and
Edgar Allen Poe-esque gothic fun.
The New Immigrants
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