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Drambuie presents The Brass & Crimson

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Address

The Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton St, N1 6SH

Dates

from 06/10/2016 to 07/10/2016

Opening Times

7pm-late

Price

FREE

About

Drambuie presents The Brass & Crimson – a modern celebration of the iconic age and scene that made Drambuie world-famous. 2016’s Brass & Crimson experience will bring together iconic talent with emerging stars that fly the flag for Jazz and its influence on other genres to create new musical experiences.

The next stop on the tour sees The Brass & Crimson heading to London on Thursday 6th October and Friday 7th October where guests should expect a night of Drambuie cocktails and performances from world class musicians.

Tickets for the evening are free of charge, but please do RSVP to gain access and remember to bring your ticket with you to show on the door. Each ticket includes free entry and a complimentary cocktail (until 11pm) courtesy of Drambuie.

We suggest that you arrive early to ensure entry as tickets shall be oversubscribed. We shall be allowing entry across the evening, however you may have to queue. Last entry shall be at 10.45pm.

THURSDAY NIGHT LINE UP

Taylor McFerrin & Marcus Gilmore

Azymuth

Hosted by Charlie Bones

FOR THURSDAY TICKETS CLICK HERE

FRIDAY NIGHT LINE UP

Jamie Woon

Live improvisation session including Sheila Maurice, Sean Khan, Binker Golding, Eddie Hicks, Laurie Lowe, Mutale Shashi

Hosted by Charlie Bones

FOR FRIDAY TICKETSCLICK HERE

Want to know more about Drambuie? Join them for an intimate session pre The Brass and Crimson where you'll get hands-on. You'll then be provided with free transport straight to the party!

MORE INFO HERE

The story of Drambuie began in 1746, its rich history has taken it from its Scottish roots, through prohibition and to the clubs of New York in the 1960s where it became ingrained in the bar scene and is the irreplaceable key ingredient in the timeless Rusty Nail™ - a favourite cocktail of the legendary Rat Pack.

Just like the evolution of the jazz scene, Drambuie has evolved its serves. Created for the summer, the Drambuie Collins is a light and refreshing take on the classic Collins.

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