There’s Something Very Special Going On At The Bussey Building Tonight…

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Tonight, we go out.

What’s the occasion? Smirnoff have teamed up with THUMP (VICE’s electronic music and culture channel) to put on a night of diverse music in the heart of Peckham. In celebration of their all-inclusive attitude towards music, Smirnoff and THUMP will be presenting Open House. Taking place in the Bussey Building’s CLF Arts Cafe, the gig will kick off at 7.30pm, Thursday 1st December.

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Open House is all about removing borders and using the power of music to bring people and culture together. Tonight’s gig will see artists, Mala and Silkie – who both continue to build on London’s diverse dubstep scene – take to the stage, in an unpretentious night of inclusive music. Alongside them, there will also be a line-up of THUMP’s guest DJs, each adding to the much-anticipated, culturally rich night of talent. And what better venue to hold such a gig than the Bussey Building? The 120-year-old 4-story warehouse-style building is a cultural palimpsest, having played home to a variety of musicians in the past. It’s a place where both everything and everyone belong and the exact kind of venue Smirnoff and their open attitude to music celebrates.

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And what better venue to hold such a gig than the Bussey Building? The 120-year-old 4-story warehouse-style building is a cultural palimpsest, having played home to a variety of musicians in the past. It’s a venue where both everything and everyone belong and the exact kind of place Smirnoff’s open attitude to music celebrates.

To give you a taste of what else Smirnoff have been getting involved in through their Open House campaign, check out the video they’ve made in collaboration with the brilliantly fierce Iranian-Swedish artist and international refugee, Nadia Tehran.

#TonightWeGoOut to celebrate London’s incredible diversity. If you want to get involved tonight, you can find out more via the Facebook event and RSVP here. 

Georgie Jones

Georgie Jones

After graduating, Georgie decided to drastically break the mould and moved to Clapham, where she quickly picked up an Australian accent. She loves bloody Marys, small plates and dogs and strives not to be a walking cliché - so goes running instead.

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