Friday, 11 April 2014

The 'Fairground' 10 Week Food & Cultural Pop-up in Haggerston

Fairgound is a ten week, Saturday & Sunday pop-up in Kingsland Road, Haggerston featuring food, music and cultural events.  Created by Street Feast founder Dom Cools-Lartigue, it's going to be bringing together some of London's finest talent in a disused office space.

"Fairground will open for 10 weekends from 12 April, taking over three floors of a Haggerston building with each level offering a different experience from a live music venue to a top floor restaurant.
Level one will host Fairground Live, featuring the venue’s main bar and events space. Saturdays will see takeovers by the likes of Run Dem Crew and Field Day while Sundays will host performances by a mix of emerging and established artists.
The Grandaad Lounge will be found at level two and will host a programme of speakers, workshops and masterclasses.
Occupying the top floor will be the Fairground Diner, a restaurant offering views across East London with plans to host a series of pop-ups from London chefs lasting from a weekend up to a month.
Traders from Street Feast will also be taking space across the other two floors including the likes of Yum Bun and Baba G."

When - Saturday & Sunday from 12th April
Sat - 10am - 3am
Sun - 10am - 11pm

Where - 260-264 Kingsland Road, London E8 4DG


Link 1 - Fairground on Facebook
Link 2 - Article in Dalstonist

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