Make Music Day Parade on the Low Line
Team London Bridge
6.30 – 7.45pm
Starting outside The Beormund Community Centre
Come and watch carnival band Kinetika Bloco, as they parade along the Low Line, London’s emerging walking destination. Part of international free music festival, Make Music Day they will parade through the railway arches of London Bridge to Potters Fields Park and The Scoop. As Kinetika Bloco weave their way through the base of the viaduct with their upbeat mix of music influenced by the Caribbean, Brazil, West and South Africa, New Orleans jazz, funk and hip hop, you will find yourself immersed in the energy of their performance as the music fills unexpected, fascinating spaces on the route. Along the way there will also be pop up music experiences in parks, the entrances to bars and other places and spaces revealing the secret corners of the Low Line waiting to be explored.
Kinetika Bloco’s musicians will be placed along the route so you can see them from Doodle Bar (Druid Street), St Johns Yard (Druid Street), Hop King (Druid Street), Underdog Bar and Gallery (Crucifix Lane), Vinegar Yard (St Thomas Street), London Bridge Station (Stainer Street), Potters Fields Park and with a final slot at The Scoop.
There will also be points along the parade where you can listen to live music too including the New Singology Choir at London Bridge Station with their blend of gospel, pop and soul songs and London Youth Folk Ensemble in Potters Fields Park.
With support from Southwark Council.
Along the Low Line in the London Bridge area, starting outside The Beormund Community Centre, then along Druid Street, Crucifix Lane, St Thomas Street, London Bridge Station, Potters Fields and finishing at The Scoop
Please note: Events are not organised by the Make Music Day UK team unless stated otherwise.
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