Celebrate Pop Brixton’s first birthday with a four-day extravaganza weekend!

Pop Brixton opened last year and was created out of upcycled shipping containers. These aren’t just any shipping containers – the space has been designed by Carl Turner Architects to support and host local independent start-ups from food and drink, to art and fashion. One year later, join in with the celebrations kicking off Thursday 2 June.

What to Expect?

Pop Feast – Thursday 2 June

Indulge in an ultimate eight-course tasting menu (yes, you heard eight) with each of the venue’s delicious food vendors. Feast on dishes from Mama’s Jerk, Made Of Dough, Viet Box, Kricket, L’Amuse Bouche and more. There’ll be music and serves will be decked out in threads form Make Do and Mend, AFRORETRO and Queen of the Harpies.

Tickets are £45 each. Check full details, menu and tickets here 

Don't miss an epic 8-course Pop Feast

Don’t miss an epic 8-course Pop Feast

Prohibition Birthday Ball – Friday 3 June

Expect performances from Swing Patrol London, The Shirt Tail Stompers and Swingrowers. Don’t miss food and drink throughout the evening!

Free Entry – get involved and dress up 20s fashion.

1 Year Here – Saturday 4 June

Don’t miss a 12-hour live music festival on a scale that’s never been seen before at Pop Brixton. Party to afrobeat, hip-hop, jungle, dub and vinyl.

Tickets are £5 on the door.

Get into the birthday spirit with Pop Brixton

Get into the birthday spirit with Pop Brixton

Shop ’til You Pop Market – Sunday 5 June

Wind down, but not too much, with Pop Brixton‘s shopping highlights. A market will take over the main square with clothing, accessories, beauty products and food.

Pop Brixton | Free entry | 53 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ 

Monday-Wednesday: 9am-11pm; Thursday – Saturday: 9am-midnight; Sunday 9am-11pm

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