LONDON: Krankbrother Presents ‘Never Be Found Out’ Street Party
A UNIQUE CHANCE TO DANCE IN THE OPEN AIR, IN THE HEART OF LONDON (Clifton Street – East London)
Brothers Danny and Kieran (aka Krankbrother) are known for organizing some of London’s most distinctive parties in unique and unusual spaces.
Saturday 30th July marks the return of their now legendary and inimitable London street party. A super rare opportunity to dance outdoors amongst the city blocks in the heart of London’s Capital.
This time they are bringing their Never Be Found Out party concept to Shoreditch. Inspired by the inclusive and glamorous nature of the New York disco scene of the 1970s, Never Be Found Out is about embracing an anything goes and inclusive attitude.
Expect a beautiful crowd of fashion conscious savvy music lovers all fully prepped to party. As always Never Be Found Out will be hosted by a harem of gorgeous transvestites, dancers and colorful characters.
The street will be specially sectioned and closed, with a stage positioned centrally at one end, you will have a great view of the party and DJs performing. Music will run all day and into the evening from some of the capitals most respected selectors. Listen out for Giles Peterson, with his unique and refined selection of rare disco and house, perfect for a daytime into nighttime transition. Joining him on the bill are Leon Vynehall, Midland and of course Krankbrother to complete the electronic music sound track.
As always there will be foodie element to the event with an emphasis on a specially selected street food vendors available to sample all day.
The street party will run from 1pm – 10pm, but Krankbrother would never let the party end then so they have arranged a carry on starting immediately afterwards around the corner at Village Underground (Holywell Lane).
See you there and don’t forget to bring your sunglasses.
SATURDAY 30TH JULY 2016
13:00 – 22:00
10pm – 4am
Felix Dickinson, Krankbrother + Special Guest
Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, EC2A 3PQ
Less than 5 mins walk away from the main event.