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Broadworks: Bass Tone Regeneration: Earth Night with Lin Kam Art

April 18 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Bass Tone Regeneration: Earth Night with Lin Kam Art

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  • Broadworks, 57 Old Broad StreetLondon, England, EC2M 1RXUnited Kingdom (map)

Bass Tone: Earth Night by Lin Kam Art with Hive Curates will feature a line-up of DJs from underrepresented groups in sound system culture, including young people, next generation and women, to celebrate and mark Earth Day.

The event will showcase a unique sound system experience based on the Lin Kam Art values of love, peace, inclusivity, diversity, creativity and joy. The evening will offer an uplifting space for anyone interested in music and the future of our planet, with grassroots DJs providing positive global bass music and future beats.

Drinks will be available to purchase from the roof top bar on the evening. Plant-based food will be provided by Spring Café.

  • Date: 18th April 2024
  • Times: 7 – 11pm
  • Featuring DJs: Aarisa, EK3, Linett Kamala, Shvn
  • Curated by: Linett Kamala
  • Tickets: early bird £5, standard £8
  • 10% of all ticket sales will support DJs for Climate Action and their work.

Lin Kam Art ‘Bass Tone Regeneration’ (2024) commissioned for Light Up Kilburn by Hive Curates. Photography by Crispian Blaize.

Earth Night is a fundraising initiative from DJs For Climate Action harnessing the global power of music and nightlife to generate climate action. We use the power of electronic music, its history and community to celebrate the earth. As a celebration, we invite venues, promotors, DJs and dancers to join Earth Night and make it happen locally. Our 7th annual edition will take place over April 18-21, 2024 during the week of Earth Day. This global fundraising event is meant to: raise awareness of climate issues and solutions in the electronic and nightlife space, raise funds for DJs for Climate Action and our efforts, raise funds locally through our flagship events worldwide.

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Lin Kam Art – Amplifying lives through festival culture via public art, takeovers, events, workshops, residencies and programmes.

Deeply rooted in community empowerment the socially focused company engages with thousands of people across all ages each year through a range of interventions.

Examples of delivery last year (2023) by Lin Kam Art included: the Windrush 75 Community Tea Party in Gladstone Park, production for the static sound systems at Notting Hill Carnival, production for the South Kilburn CarniVale Music & Wellbeing Festival, curating Windrush 75: Jamaican Sound System Culture at the British Museum cultural, Kilburn Up High, educational resource for The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, a design commission for Brondesbury Bridge in Kilburn and curation for The Look Laundrette, an immersive pop-up at Westfield London

Website: Lin Kam Art

Instagram: Lin Kam Art

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April 18
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm