Brixton Came Together This Weekend
This past weekend saw a lovely get together of the diverse communities of Lambeth and Brixton in a not-for-profit music, food and beer festival held in St. Matthew’s Peace Gardens, just 2 minutes walking from Brixton tube station.
The hugely multicultural population of the South London neighbourhood enjoyed world class music performances, headlined by the one and only Manu Chao who held a charity show in Electric Brixton last night after the outdoor festival. All proceeds went to the Brixton Come Together foundation.
This new charity has been founded only a year ago and it has already experienced notable success in the borough, managing to put through its principles of sustainability, community spirit and eco-friendliness to a wide audience.
The line-up included the talented Hollie Cook, Prince Fatty and La tromba Kung-Fu from Catalonia. It all added up in a funky concert with hip-hop, reggae and dancehall influences that kept even the oldest of spectators on their toes.
As a multicultural agency with serious expertise in event organising, we must advise you to keep an eye on this new charity, for they know how to put on a show for the urban fun-loving crowd and also their heart is in the right place. Check out their website here.
Here and Now 365 has always prided itself for promoting multiculturalism and celebrating the ethnic diversity of the UK.