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The Fiddler's Elbow

Bright Futures presents - Pilgrim’s Dream + Top Cat Collective + Late Night Honey Moon + Dead Natives

The Fiddler's Elbow | 1 Malden Rd. | NW5 3HS | London
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                Bright Futures presents - Pilgrim’s Dream + Top Cat Collective + Late Night Honey Moon + Dead Natives at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

Bright Futures UK are proud to present our very own music fundraiser upcoming on the 31st May. So be sure to mark this date in your calendar people!

We have a luxury of talent on show, four acts each with their own unique styles and influences:

Pilgrims' Dream

Treat your ears with his acoustic set and Bon Iver-esque sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWBqhgx7BuU

Top Cat Collective

Top Cat Collective are a six-piece funk and hip-hop group who combine the insatiable grooves of George Clinton's Parliament Funkadelic, with the forward thinking aesthetic of J Dilla, and Madlib. Come down and listen to their unique concoction of hip-hop and funk which is sure to get the floor moving: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7gf_187I8o

Dead Natives

With their soaring guitars and vocals coursing with attitude, Dead Natives adopt elements of psychedelic rock and modern brit-pop. Fans of Oasis, Catfish and the Bottlemen & Blossoms are sure to enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERF1HlF70eE

Latenight Honeymoon
Music to follow.

Come and join us and have a great night, whilst knowing your money is going to a great cause, helping young people pursue their educational dreams, something illness has prevented them from fully immersing themself in!

Tickets:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bright-futures-uk-music-fundraiser-tickets-45642420709

Early Bird £8 / Regular £12 / On the Door £15


Travel:

Address: 1 Malden Rd, Belsize Park, London NW5 3HS

The Fiddlers Elbow venue is located only a few minutes (walk) away from Chalk Farm Station on the Northern Line or Kentish Town West Overground Station.

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website