​Brick Lane Block Party returns with 10-hour marathon event this Easter


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Brick Lane Block Party returns this coming Easter weekend with a marathon event across multiple venues in East London.

The 10-hour event will take place on Saturday, April 8, from 6:PM to 4:AM. Featuring over 20 DJs, Brick Lane Block Party is set to go ahead between Cafe 1001, Werkhaus, Brick Lane Tap Room, and Sleazy Pizza.

The day-long event will see in headliners including Maurice Fulton, who’s set to play at Cafe 1001 complete with a Klipsch Heritage soundsystem alongside dance music crew Loose Legs, and support from Emerald and Vandorta.

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“Following the sell-out New Years Eve Brick Lane Block Party, we saw a real appetite to bring an element of the hedonistic Brick Lane of the past,” says Event Manager Leo Saunders.

“Old heads will remember the parties round here in the late 90s and early 2000s, and it’s great to see this coming back with a fresh new crowd.”

Also on the bill, drum ‘n’ bass legend DJ Storm will take to Werkhaus alongside Ehua, hosted by London promoters Materials Events and Rhythm Labs.

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Brick Lane Tap Room will be on beer duty across the day offering a chill-out space and community station Voices Radio through to the early hours. Meanwhile, Sleazy Pizza will be transformed into The Sleazy Disco with the help of DJ outfit Taleggio Nights.

Brick Lane Block Party has a limited capacity of just 800 people. Tickets for the full 10-hour event start at £11.50, grab yours here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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