A UKG Brunch Is Coming To London (And There’s Bottomless Fried Chicken)


A 90s garage-themed brunch is coming to London, and there’ll be DJs, fried chicken and rum punch.

UKG Brunch is the euphoric daytime party that re-rewinds time and throws you right back to the 90s.

The afternoon will mix dancing and dining with 90s games, all to the sound of classic UK Garage from Matt Jam Lamont, CKP and Axel Blake. As an extra treat, there’ll be BOTTOMLESS FRIED CHICKEN from the lovely bunch at BIRD, as well as unlimited rum punch and cocktails*. Dessert will feature home-cooked doughnuts or (sweet like) chocolate brownies. Is it, is it wicked? Yes, it really is. 

Expect plenty of dance-offs, rap battles and karaoke, as well as loads of other immersive 90s-style entertainment. Dressing up accordingly is most certainly encouraged – so dig out your bling and prepare to get down.


You’ll catch this epic brunch party at The Steel Yard on August 18, 2018, and monthly thereafter. Tickets are selling fast, so make sure you nab your tickets quickly! They’re £35 and include bottomless booze and fried chicken*, as well as dessert and plenty of entertainment. Don’t worry if you miss out on the next show – they’re doing it all over again on 1st September, with, Masterstepz, Twins MC and MC Kofi B. Get your tickets here.

*The chicken and punch is bottomless between 12-1.30pm (they’ve got to keep things at least a little bit under control). Our advice? Get there stat and go to town on the freebies, you cluckin’ nutters!

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