“It’s Miami 1982. The air hangs thick and heavy as temperatures run high along the sun kissed boards of The Boulevard. Palm trees throw shade over the pastel coloured buildings of the strip – a daylight costume that fades as the sun goes down, and gives way to the glittering jacket of night time. This is a neon city where girls in short skirts with golden tans work their way into the hearts of the bad boys of the beach. But all that glitters ain’t gold in this popping playground, for high-rollers, roller skaters, love makers and money takers.” 

Brixton beach boulevard’, in  Valentia Place, invites guests to escape the hustle and bustle of London, wind back the clock and turn up the heat for a series of immersive day and night parties, surprise DJ sets, live broadcasting of this summer’s amazing sporting events, outdoor screenings of classic 80’s films, plus local street food vendors and refreshing summer cocktails. Supplying the sound at Brixton Beach Boulevard will be Pioneer Pro Audio and their fantastic XY Series.  

Drinks available include a slush puppy bar and a range of classic 80s cocktails with a Brixton Beach Boulevard twist; courtesy of Havana Club, Malibu, Red Stripe, Strongbow, Scavi & Ray Prosecco, Cazcabel Tequila, Red Bull, Ned wines and cocktails galore. 

Entry to Brixton Beach Boulevard starts at £4, tickets are available now from BrixtonBeachBoulevard.com and Design My Night with a limited number of tickets available each night on the door. Since going on sale demand has been huge and the first weekend has already sold out! A range of group booking packages are also available, including early bird ticketing offers and private room hire. 

Food on offer at Brixton Beach Boulevard will be: 


Every beach has it’s one high-end restaurant and this is Brixton Beach Boulevard’s hottest spot. Miami Bass is Brixton Beach Boulevard’s platform for trained chefs to have fun serving up creative street food at democratic prices. Guests can pre-order shared dishes such as Chateaubriand steak and shoulder of lamb.  


Lucky Pierre will see trained chefs offer a selection of Frites & Treats. Serving hand cut frites cooked three ways: coconut oil, beef dripping or rapeseed oil; with a variety of toppings and garnishes. Lucky Pierre will also offer a dessert menu – comprising a selection of ice cream parlour desserts such as the classic Knickerbocker Glory.  


Brixton locals The Other Side Fried will be on hand to server up their buttermilk fried chicken buns and a selection of unique sides, such as smoked mash.   


Experienced London-based traders Nanny Bill’s will be at Brixton Beach Boulevard, specialising in contemporary street food classics, led by their trademark croquettes.  


New on this scene this Summer, Mac to the Future will be serving up their unique and interesting take on a the mac ’n’ cheese classic.  

For event dates check out BrixtonBeachBoulevard.com