On the 8th of October, Pineapple Pizza are back once again Grow, Hackney for what is set to be an amazing night of electronic improvisation.
Niven is a long-term friend of Pineapple Pizza, one of the most talented produced out there! He shared the stage with Anchorsong and Pantha Du Prince just to name a few. His music has been remixed by My Panda Shall Fly and heavily supported by Red Bull, XLR8R, and more.
After Niven’s live show, yours truly Pineapple Pizza Sound System!
ENTRY – NO ADVANCED TICKETS – ON THE DOOR ONLY – £5 from 9pm
The evening begins at 6:00pm
We begin to charge entry to help support the artists and the venue
The outdoor terrace closes around 11pm
The bar closes at 2am
This venue is all digital, no cash payments, with hand sanitising stations, and UV filtered air to stop the spread of Covid-19.
TRAVEL- Hackney Wick
Grow is on the canal in Hackney Wick, a 2 minute walk from Hackney Wick Overground station, and a 15 minute walk from Stratford.
The last trains depart around midnight, except on Fridays and Saturdays which have a Night Tube service all night.
Grow, Hackney, 98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5LN
FOOD & DRINK – Kitchen open till 10pm
Our Spice Trail Menu is predominantly plant based, with some ethically sourced meat options, as part of our conscious drive towards sustainability. Our passion is for the cooking of the Middle East and southern Mediterranean so expect punchy flavours, warm spices and as always the best ingredients we can find to comfort and nourish the soul.
With our drinks, we partner with breweries St Austell and Signature Brew for our lagers and IPAs and serve organic wine and prosecco which help international wildlife charity, Born Free. We design our spin on such drinks as Rum Punch, homemade Hackney Spiced Rum, Vegan White Russian and Espresso Martini.
Grow, Hackney is an independent and self-organised eco-system of studios and a creative space with bars and a kitchen created out of an old sausage factory by the River Lea in Hackney Wick. It is run as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business and works in partnership with local artists, musicians, DJ’s and community groups. Most events are reasonably priced at £5, less than a pint, from live jazz and blues, open deck reggae, open mic and art and film festivals. Grow pays London Living Wage, uses eco-electricty and sources ethical and locally wherever possible. Grow exists for music, art, food, conversation, community and belonging. Everyone is welcome.
If you have any questions, you can call us at 020 8510 1757 or contact us on social media
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