Sunday Reggae Jam | Grow Hackney Wick  | Sun 4th November 2018 Lineup

Sunday Reggae Jam

Grow in Hackney Wick

Sunday 4th November 2018

7:00pm til 12:00am

Minimum Age: 18

Musicians join together to make new roots reggae as well as some well known riddims live on stage!

 

Sunday Reggae Jam on Sunday 4th November 2018

Rainbow Sounds Presents:

SUNDAY JAM // EVERY FIRST SUNDAY of the month!!
FREE ENTRY

The Sunday Jam is back with Roots Rock Reggae Dub at Grow! Musicians join together to bring some new music and some well known riddims live on stage! From roots to ska to dub, expect some serious dancing vibes!

Special Guest:
TBA

Live music on the night by:
DUBHOUSE BAND
Charlie Bendjie on drums, Andrius Rad on Bass, Luca Bat on Keys, Boris Latinov on guitar, Paolo Mannino on percussions, Dom Clarke and Jonah Little on brass section*

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About Grow, Hackney
Grow is a bar, kitchen and creative space carved out of an old sausage factory by the River Lea in Hackney Wick. It is run as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business and works in partnership with local artists, musicians, DJ's and community groups. Most events are free, from live jazz and blues, open deck reggae, open mic and art festivals. Grow exists for music, art, food, conversation, community and belonging. Everyone is welcome.

Grow, 98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LN. Just two minutes walk from Hackney Wick Overground and 15 mins walk from Stratford.
Website www.growhackney.co.uk

Music Genres: 

Reggae

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): FREE (Additional fees may apply)

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