Land of Kings Festival Celebrates Dalston Culture

Land of Kings Festival Celebrates Dalston Culture
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The Land of Kings festival serves up the best of Dalston culture, featuring local art, music, design, and dining from the London neighborhood.

Kyana Gordon
  • 15 april 2010

Returning for a second year, the Land of Kings serves up the best of Dalston culture, wrapped up in a one day festival on Friday, 23rd April 2010. Localized in nature, the curators selected talent from art, music, design, and dining that comprise the London neighborhood – swinging the doors open to new venues, school halls and basement venues that keep nightlife in the area buzzing. This year’s itinerary is stacked, featuring electro-pop princess, Little Boots, the music stylings of Cocknbullkid, and the 9-piece Hackney Colliery Band who fuse funk, hi-octane rock, Balkan brass and ska from the musical Coalface, treating revellers to a dynamic experience. At the Dungeon of Discoveries, festival goers can explore an underground bunker exhibition space of interconnecting rooms with multiple performances and sensory-based interactive installations.

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