Street food, music, arts and fashion will fill Hackney as Visions Festival arrives in the East End.
The feast of activities will be spread across five venues and two outdoor locations with revellers enjoying the action at Oval Space, Netil360 East London’s Rooftop, Moth Club, London Fields Brewhouse, The Laundry, Space studios Outdoor Courtyard and St John Hackney on Saturday, August 8.
Tracks from artists including punk duo HO9909, Blanck Mass and Gazelle Twin’s art-pop will play out at the various locations as well as big riffs from Theo Verney and The Big Moon.
For those who want to get stuck into the action, screen printing classes offer a way to express creativity while The Visions Art Market will house everything from Seven Doors Tattoo to Black Wax Record Shack.
Craft beer will be on sale alongside food from Yard Sale Pizza, Oh My Hotdogs and Mama’s Jerk Station at Vision’s foodie festival at St John’s at Hackney Church.
Live music will accompany the grub from across the globe and after parties mean the fun will continue long into the night. Tickets cost £35 and wristbands can be collected from Oval Space at 1pm.