Sat, Nov 16, 2019 · 17:00

Channelling the energy from their parade at this year's Notting Hill Carnival, Tambores Livres (Free Drums) are joining forces with Movimentos to show solidarity with the indigenous communities in Brazil and raise funds for reforestation initiatives in the Amazon area.

The evening party will bring together two of London's mightiest Afro-Samba crews Baque de Axe and Tribo, plus capoeira performances and live performance art as well as DJ sets from Musica Macondo and Jazz FM's Tim Garcia, Cal Jader (Movimientos) and more guests TBA.

And from 5pm there'll be a special daytime programme with talks and film presentations all focused on the Amazon and dance classes.

Evening event from 8pm until late
Daytime event 5pm - 8pm

Studio 9294
92 Wallis Rd, Hackney Wick, London E9 5LN
Nearest train: Hackney Wick

Supported by Amazon Beat

The ticket prices are a guide - as a fundraising event we welcome a donation of whatever you can afford.


Day: GBP 5.00,
Night: GBP 10.00,
Day and Night: GBP 15.00

Artists: Baque de Axe, Tribo, Tim Garcia, Cal Jader

Venue details: Studio 9294, 92 Wallis Road, London, E9 5LN, United Kingdom