A month of proto-psychedelic events featuring music, performance, light art, installations and a Christmas market.
Noise of Art and Brixton Bloc are launching “Carnival of Colours”, a series of pop-up music and art festive events in the heart of Brixton. Drawing inspiration from the light art, musical experimentation and avant-garde dance and theatre that pre-figured psychedelia in 1966, the events are named after the Beatles first fully electronic song, Carnival of Colour (which was only ever performed once, at London’s first electronic music festival at the Roundhouse). The events will include live music, sound pieces, DJ sets, projected art, installations, street art, pop up restaurants and street food stalls, and a Christmas market.
Thursday 17 December – Ben Osborne and guests
Fr 18th December, Boris Karloff (Czech Republic) London live debut
Saturday 19 December Christmas party – acts to be announced
31 December – New Psychedlia’s Eve
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