R E M E M B E R are back! The non-profit cause that has been brought together by James Harley & a group of friends who are passionate about bringing awareness to help prevent male suicide and in doing so wanted to create something inspiring and different to the London nightlife scene.
The aim of REMEMBER is to grow its collective, a group of like-minded people combining the things we all love DJ’s // Street Food // Live Art // London fashion Brands. Their mission: To bring about awareness surrounding Male suicide and to support the CAMPAIGN against living miserably, in a cool engaging way, away from the usual “charity” type events.
This is not just another party. On Saturday 5th March 2016 after sell out events from their launch night at fabric London, to their stage takeover at The Secret Garden Party festival REMEMBER will be returning to east London within the cultural landscape of Hackney Wick at Number 90 Bar & Kitchen. For one night only, this stunning canal-side bar and restaurant will be transformed into a multi-purpose event space showcasing some of London’s finest attributes.
With food from The REMEMBER food shack, hand finished & limited edition artwork by Daniel Mernagh, Live art by notorious Graffiti artist Zomby, clothing and festival fashion from Otto, Tallulah Minxy & Double Barrell, there will also be DJ’s playing a mixture of Hip-Hop, Funk, House & Garage throughout the evening.
When: Saturday 5th March
Where: Number 90 Bar & Kitchen Line-up:
- Dogmatik Records (Special Guest)
- Lee Brink (Vinyl Garage Set)
- Lee Rands (mUmU)
- Chris Maran (Fuse London)
- Eddie Abbott (D.E.S)
- Jack Demeester (REMEMBER)
- Mr Shiver (Size Doesn’t Matter)
What’s happening on the Day/Night:
- REMEMBER custom Cocktails
- Street Food from The REMEMBER Food Shack
- Art Gallery from Daniel Mernagh
- Live Art by Graffiti Artist Zomby
- Pod by The Campaign Against Living Miserably
Come & Join the Collective 05/03/2016.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £10 Tickets can be bought here:
For further press enquires, contact James Harley at [email protected]
All profits raised at REMEMBER will be donated to CALM to help prevent male suicide.
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