Free Live Music every day of the week
by Kaeman Graham – Astor Museum
Check out one of many Open Mic nights in London at Belushi’s on Camden High Street. You’ll find a great indie rock bar at the start of the infamous Camden Market, with cheap beer and plenty of places nearby to carry on the night.
Head to the famously diverse Brick Lane in the heart of the creative East End to Apples & Pears, where young local talents show off their original music with genres ranging from Soul to Indie.
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An absolute must-go for any music lover is the world-class Ain’t Nothing But bar just next to the ultra-trendy Carnaby Street in Soho. An intimate bar that hosts live music every night of the week, from Jazz to Blues to New Orleans Swing. All killer no filler.
With 2 cover bands playing at O’Neills Wardour St you’ll be singing along to British rock classics and having a proper knees-up in the heart of London. Spread over 3 floors and attracting a young energetic crowd every night of the week.
The last Friday of every month the Tate Modern Art Gallery hosts its extra special night Tate Lates, inviting musicians from all the world to come and perform around one of the largest art galleries in the world. Grab a drink from one of the many pop-ups bars inside and fill your ears with a huge variety of sounds, from gospel choirs to DJ sets.
Get down to the sounds of old-school Reggae and Ska at The Social in Fitzrovia. Dub DJs host a great night of good vibes playing nothing but vinyl including ones from the iconic Trojan Records. 2nd Saturday of every month
Transport yourself back to 1940s London at the secret speakeasy bar Cahoots. Built like an old Underground station, underneath Soho and Kingly Court, you’ll be walking into a night of cabaret, costume, and cocktails. (P.S. you might need a password to get in!)