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Weekend Guide July 21 - 23
We’re nearly at the end of July and festival fever has fully taken hold here at UJ. If you’re after a trip, check out our top 5 European festivals, stay closer to home with the pioneering Afropunk festival, or take things easy at the Geffrye Museum’s rosé festival (#UJLoves). Or, stay in and peruse all the sports-inspired goodies we’ve picked out for you. Either way, go enjoy it.
This Weekend’s Picks
• FRI Daphni at Fabric • SAT Club Mexicana’s Vegan Brunch
• SUN Rosé Festival
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Top 5:
Upcoming European Festivals

Fort Punta Christo, Croatia (Dimensions and Outlook festivals)
1. Dimensions, for the best electronic music in an abandoned Croatian fort

2. Club to Club to see Kraftwerk, Nicholas Jarr and Arca in Torino, Italy

3. Amsterdam’s iconic Dekmantel for a rare live set from Floating Points (and way more)

4. Nachtdigital in Leipzig, Germany for an intimate, laid-back audience with Ben UFO, Jeff Mills and Blawan

5. Outlook for a bassy, grimey experience with Giggs, Wiley and Shy FX
Jones at Krug Festival
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We can’t get enough of East Londoner Cherie Jones (it’s just JONES, though) since hearing she was going to be playing at Krug Festival – Into The Wild as part of a showcase with music platform Mahogany. Her soulful, R&B-tinged pop has got us totally hooked. Listen to her here, or find out more about Krug’s immersive music and dining experience here.
Krug Festival – Into The Wild takes place on Saturday 29th July, from 4pm-midnight. Tickets are priced at £395 per person, or £750 for a pair. Ticket price includes transfers from Micheldever train station and back to Hammersmith, and all food and drink.
MinnowDaphni at Fabric
It’s been a while since we saw a good new opening out in SW4, but Minnow, which opened its doors two days ago, looks to be serving exactly the type of summer food we want to be eating. Think light, fresh, modern European plates: we’re angling for the citrus-marinated raw salmon, chargrilled baby octopus with sour green mango and the baby aubergines with peanuts. To celebrate the release of his FABRICLIVE mix, Daphni (aka Caribou/Dan Snaith) takes to the decks for five whole hours this Friday. Expect his signature blend of eclectic house, funk, disco and world grooves, and when you’ve had enough, head to Room 2 for Mall Grab and Ross From Friends for some lo-fi house.
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21 The Pavement,
Clapham Common,
77A Charterhouse St,
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Heads UP! Don’t miss Synchronicity – a Moore Media artist showcase with UJ faves La Fleur, PBR Streetgang and Lily Rivers. Get yourself down to Kamio this Sunday from 5 for some serious summer Sunday vibes.
5pm, 1-3 Rivington Street, EC2A 3DT. Tickets available here
Club Mexicana’s Vegan BrunchThe New Zealand Cellar’s Garage Sale
If you haven’t tried Club Mexicana yet, this weekend is your chance with their four course brunch menu. £30 gets you a bloody mary or mimosa, a chilli and lime fruit cup, eggs benedict, chick’n and waffles, and a sweet tamale dumpling. Come hungry. And yes, it’s all vegan. Forget rifling through other people’s old records, this Saturday you’ll find us at a whole new kind of a garage sale. Pop Brixton’s New Zealand Cellar are having a wine party! DJs, street food, 20 of the greatest wine producers in NZ, and heavily discounted bottles. Plus free coffee, and a tasting table. Count us in.
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428 Kingsland Rd,
E8 4AA
49 Brixton Station Rd,
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One 10 Cycling Studio
Marylebone is upping its game as a fitness hub. The new One 10 cycling studio, which opened just yesterday, offers two ways to spin – Paceline, for competitive types, and Nirvana, for those who want to get lost in the music. Book in and try it for yourself.
Open now. 16 Baker St, Marylebone, W1U 3BL
AFROPUNK LondonThe Rosé Festival
Get down to Printworks this weekend as AFROPUNK London is taking place across Saturday and Sunday. An explosive celebration of diversity and multiculturalism, the line up includes NAO, The Internet, JME and Lianne La Havas. It’s going to be big, bold, and insanely fun – get your ticket here. If you fancy a totally different kind of festival, head to the Geffrye Museum this weekend and book a ticket for this weekend’s Rosé festival if sipping a cold glass of rosé in a beautiful garden is your thing (it’s definitely ours). Celebrating – you guessed it – everyone’s fave summer tipple, you can sample wines from different producers to a backdrop of jazz, Shakespeare and opera.
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22nd and 23rd July,
Surrey Quays Rd,
SE16 7PJ
21st-23rd July
136 Kingsland Rd,
E2 8EA
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