The Brixton Beach is back in South London with DJs, food and film!

You don’t have to travel far to hit the beach this summer in London

Opening Friday 26 May and inspired by the vibrant culture of Cuba, Brixton Beach will transport guests to a lush and colourful paradise, serving up a winning combination of cocktails, street food and entertainment, creating the ultimate festival that lasts all summer long.

The design team have curated a series of individual events and experiences, involving immersive day and night parties, renowned DJ sets, summer film screenings, beach barbeques and daily exercise classes, whether you’re looking to get fit or fiesta the summer evenings away, the beach has something for all.

Guests will be greeted with the sights and scents of Hemingway’s adopted country of Cuba, with fresh mint hanging down from the bar’s roof in tendrils alongside swathes of exotic hanging foliage, perfect for drinkers to pick and garnish their own cocktails with.

The Cuban-inspired cocktail menu will include Caribbean classics such as Rum Daiquiris, Piña Coladas, Cubanitos and Mojitos. The rooftop bars will also feature Cuban cocktail libations from Bacardi, as well as dedicated bars from iconic Jamaican lager Red Stripe and Chandon, the Argentinian sparkling wine from Moët Hennessy at their exclusive beach side lounge bar to witness the sunset whilst enjoying the perfect Chandon sundowner and bespoke cocktails.

There’s sun-kissed sand, colourful murals and pastel beach huts inspired by Havana’s old world splendour.

Other sights include The Clubhouse, a covered area inspired by famous nightclubs such as La Floridita and La Bodeguita del Medio, with an ever-evolving series of live music, dancers and cabaret performances.

The project will host a selection of resident food traders, from some of the UK’s best street food vendors including; Mac and Cheese experts, Mac to the Future, Brixton’s most loved Japanese soul food, Nanban, Del 74, straight-up, traditional Mexican tacos and STAKEhaus, offering high quality British steak. Brixton Beach will also introduce weekly barbeque chef residencies from renowned BBQ joints from across the City every Thursday, welcoming some of the best restaurants to the roof including Dirty Bones, Mama’s Jerk and Negril.

There’s also a host of live music, including live DJs, traditional Latin American brass bands and exciting cabaret performances. If that wasn’t enough Brixton Beach will launch an extended program of events this year, open every day throughout the summer.

Packed full with entertainment for all, the rooftop beach welcomes a summer long residency from Ministry Does Fitness, the latest venture from British institution Ministry of Sound with the launch of Ministry Does Fitness on the Beach!, where guests can take part in the eclectic array of fitness classes, including ever popular, HIIT, Zumba and Yoga sessions.

For those film buffs out there, Brixton Rooftop will host a series of rooftop cinema screenings, with a wide variety of films including cult classics and a selection of guilty pleasures thrown in along the way, this summer’s rooftop cinema will be the hot summer ticket.

Brixton Beach, Pope’s Road, Brixton, London, SW9 8JH

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Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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