Campfire Club brings unamplified, outdoor concerts into hidden green spaces city-wide for a fourth season of fireside listening.
Filling London’s green spaces with music, unamplified, outdoors, around a fire .A unique path for discovering music and London’s hidden green spaces, The Nest Collective’s Campfire Club returns this summer, running until September, taking you on a worldwide musical journey through the city, with a series of carefully curated, unamplified concerts
Having searched far and wide for those rare outdoor spaces where open campfires are allowed as well as the perfect balance of nature and seclusion, Campfire Club takes place each week on a Friday (plus the odd Thursday and Saturday) night, in one of the carefully mapped sites across the city, covering the four corners, including; Bethnal Green, Bow, Shoreditch, Islington, Kings Cross, Queens Park, Stockwell, Peckham, and Brockley.
Camping out under the stars sounds like an impossibility in London… Still, it can be done”
London Evening Standard
Celebrating London’s wild sanctuaries, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Campfire Club is a quiet place to come together and listen.
The Nest Collective, founded by Mercury nominated artist Sam Lee, welcomes small audiences to gather together around a fire for an evening of intimate performances from world-renowned artists.This unique sonorous experience connects communities with each other,nature, music, and oral traditions.
This season of events includes appearances by Piers Faccini, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Seckou Keita, The Embers Collective, London Contemporary Voices amongst many other inspiring artists. Tickets are between £9-£16. Hot vegan food supplied by local caterers, including Riverford Organic Farmers, will be available to buy for around £5.
On June 9th The Nest Collective’s unplugged, family friendly, worldwide roots music festival, UnampliFire returns to The Master Shipwrights House in Deptford. Journey to the banks of theRiver Thames for a day and night of non-stop unamplified music as this special and rarely visited venue, the oldest upstanding building of the former Deptford Royal Dockyard, ” Hidden London at its delightful best ” (The Telegraph), hosts four eclectic stages, indoors and out, as well as campfire sing-a-longs. 3.30pm – 11pm;
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