DRINK, EAT AND MOVE YOUR FEET – 4 NIGHTS OF BEER, MUSIC AND STREET FOOD TO HELP THOSE LESS FORTUNATE THIS CHRISTMAS.
Big Hug Brewing, FMLY Agency and Taps and Tents have come together to launch Hobo House, a pop up tap room that will raise money for rough sleepers and those less fortunate this Christmas. Hobo House Taproom is happening from Monday 9th December until Thursday 12th December at South London’s impressive 26 Leake Street, a venue housed in the cavernous tunnels beneath Waterloo Station. The event will combine craft beer, street food and the worl’ds best DJs and will raise money for Only A Pavement Away, Sleep Pods Bristoland the Refugee Community Kitchen amongst others.
A selection of beers from breweries with social enterprise or sustainability at their core will be on offer alongside the Big Hug Brewing range. Indie rock legends Foals and Friendly Fires will perform a special back to back DJ set alongside some of the world’s very best DJs including Daniel Avery, Skream, IMOGEN, Simian Mobile Disco, Bondax plus many more, all playing for free.
“Hobo House is our pop up Tap Room and space where people can come together to engage, eat, drink and make a difference along the way. We want to take over different spaces across the UK and make it our home for a while before moving on. Each space will be different and what works in one venue, might not work in the next, but one thing they all have in common is that they will allow us to make a difference to individuals and organisations in that local area by supporting chosen charities.” Matt Williams -Founder of Big Hug Brewing.
Open from 4pm, music from 6pm-Midnight.
Monday 9 December: Daniel Avery, Foals b2b Friendly Fires, IMOGEN, lau.ra (FEMME), Skream, Sophie Lloyd
Tuesday 10 December: Kiwi, Nabihah Iqbal, Simian Mobile Disco
Wednesday 11 December: Bondax, GW Harrison (disco set), Phil Taggart, Suze Rosser
Thursday 12 December: Very special lineup to be announced.
WHERE: Hobo House Taproom
9-12th December | 4pm-12midnight
26 Leake Street, Waterloo
Free entry. Donations on the door