WHAT? Easter Celebration

WHEN? 1st April

WHERE? Pop Brixton

WHY? To celebrate Easter like adults, no chocolate this time.



Bank Holiday can only mean one thing: PARTY!


This year and like most years in London, Easter weekend brings the best out of people. Bank holiday can only mean one thing: PARTY! And even better than that, Pop Brixton will be hosting a free event thanks to… The Doctor’s Orders who will be throwing a big 9-hour gig in the super cool container venue of Brixton! You might have heard about this famous music management group as ‘iconic’ in Metro or as “The kings of the capital’s Hip-Hop scene” in Time-out? If you haven’t, don’t worry, these guys have been hitting the best clubs and events in London since 2005 and clearly, they know what they’re doing. The bonus? This time it’s completely free! Grab your ticket by clicking here or here.



Who and what time?


Resident DJs will be joined by special guests Kidkanevil as well as local super-hero Mr Play and will be spinning some tunes to some Hip-Hop, Soul, Disco, Garage and Grime. Everything will kick off at 3pm, so head down there earlier to get your first few drinks in. And maybe if you’re lucky you’ll find some chocolate to heal your inner child’s craving! If you want to view more cool events happening in London simply go to  our 'Things To Do' category at the top of this page or click here.



Don’t forget to tag us on instagram if you attend @viva_app and special mention to @popbrixton as well as @thedoctorsordersuk of course!



We hope you’ll all have a great Easter weekend, hit some great parties and do exactly (or not) what the Doctor’s ordered.



Happy Easter!





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