Put your stubby, filthy ballot pencil aside.
Now wash your hands.
There’s a new party parliament in town, and we’re relatively sure they’ll get your vote.
RVLRY is a secret warehouse festival arriving in Chelsea at the end of this month. Spread across an industrial indoor and outdoor space, the event will front street food, live music, top DJ talent, boutique brands and more attitude than a politically -disengaged teenager.
Starting from 6pm and carrying on until the early hours of Sunday morning, think ultimate glitter-laden festival vibes as you take in the entertainment on offer, culminating with a wildly-raucous party affair. Before getting down and dirty though, guests of RVLRY will sample over 25 brands’ flavour, featuring a fringe fashion show from Pritch London, a community art project curated by Talenthouse, and street food from Tommy's Burger Joint, Kurobuta and STAKEhaus.
But what of the music? Well they’ve got that covered too. London based DJs The Space Cowboys (The Cuckoo Club) and Alidad (A-live) will be headlining the festival, joined by Nicola Robinson (It’s Rude To Stare) pulsing out only the best deep house tracks. Live music-wise, there'll be acoustic acts earlier on in the night, as well as a set from The Shades.
And as if that wasn't enough to secure your vote; they're also throwing a bevy of crazy entertainers into the mix, in the form of LED sax players, beat-boxers and roaming electric guitarists.
RVLRY is taking place in a secret warehouse space just off the King's Road on Saturday 30th May; the location will be revealed to ticket holders closer to the date. Standard tickets are £15.