Launching Saturday 22nd June, Solomons’ Yard promises a summer long series of immersive 1920s inspired nights out, set against the backdrop of London’s iconic Camden Market, overlooking the Regent’s Canal and the tickets are now live.

As far as London summer nights go, Solomons’ Yard Weekenders promise it all – epic street food, live music, entertainment, old school cocktails and craft beer. An unmissable chance to see Camden Market at dusk, chow down on some serious street food talent and unwind after a busy week’s work to soundtracks perfectly spun for a balmy London night out.

Returning to London’s iconic Market after three years of fine tuning and developing their concept, entrepreneurs Shark Tank are bringing Solomons’ Yard back – this time promising more colour and atmosphere than ever before. Staying up late with confirmed guest night take overs ranging from Simon Dunmore and Melvo Baptiste (Glitterbox) to SupaDupa Fly, and huge headline DJs still to be announced, music will span an eclectic mix across all genres, from hip hop and RnB to house and disco.

As the market embraces it’s 45th anniversary celebrating heritage, culture and creativity, Solomons’ Yard Weekenders will transport Londoners even further back to pre-market days, when its Middle Yard played host to the real-life Alfie Solomons (Peaky Blinders main character, played by Tom Hardy) and his underground operation of whisky smuggling and gambling. Whilst the summer’s festivities will be far less illicit, they’ll be no less exciting, and promise a high octane, visual delight and uplifting attack on all the senses. Bringing the cobbled streets of Camden Market alive as the sun goes down over North London, the series of sunset sessions will also feature an impressive global street food line up from a selection of the West Yard’s best street food purveyors, craft cocktails and beer, prosecco bar, LED lit trees and live entertainment throughout the night.

A 1920s-dress code will be encouraged (but not essential) for that fully immersive experience, so get ready to don your feathers and flat caps and get on up to get down at Camden Market this Summer.

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