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Spredluv invites you to our 2nd ANNUAL BERMUDA DAY CELEBRATION Clinark to Perform

(May 23, 2010)
Start Time:
Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 2:00pm - 1am
End Time:
Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 1:00am
Lockside Lounge
75-89 Upperwalkway, West Yard, Camden Lock Place, Camden. London NW1 8AF
Camden Town, United Kingdom


Spredluv invites you to come and sample a taste of Bermudian culture in the heart of London’s Camden Town. 

We’ll be celebrating Bermuda Day in true island style with live music, DJs and authentic cuisine served off the BBQ including jerk chicken and salty cod fish cakes with lashings of potato salad and peas and rice on the side. 

Lockside are going to bust out the Gosling’s Black Seal Rum Shack which will be serving up an array of drink specials throughout the day including such Bermudian cocktails as the Rum Swizzle and the Dark & Stormy plus Corona by the bucket load! 

So come celebrate with us at Lockside Lounge for a day of fantastic food, drinks and hopefully plenty of Bermudian sunshine!

Bermudian talent performing on the day

DestaZion, with his band Zion and the White Boys 
Clinark Dill,
Matthew Bento 
And more...


Beatnik (Founder of Spredluv & Co-Founder of Bermuda’s legendary Neo-Griot Movement Chewstick) 

J-Blakke (Spredluv) 

London’s finest Mr.Dex (Spredluv) 


Little is known about the island that has become more know for “The Bermuda Triangle” than for its cultural and traditions which includes Gombay Dancers, one of Bermuda’s rich traditions and is the pride of all Bermudians. The word Gombay defines both an African drum and rhythm. 

In fact Bermuda is on the Northern tip of the triangle with Miami (Florida, US) & San Juan (Puerto Rico) making up the other. 

Although the whole of Bermuda is a small island with a population of around 64,200 (2008)- and a land area of only 21 square miles or 56 square kilometres, it includes 123 smaller islands; of which 20 are inhabited, it is filled with an abundance of artistic talents of every kind.

Bermuda who recently celebrated its 400th year anniversary, is one of the oldest, smallest but most populated of the British Overseas Territories - and oldest British Commonwealth member and despite our historical ties to the Caribbean, Bermuda is actually located in the Atlantic Ocean, 570 miles / 920 kilometres southeast of cape Hatteras, North Carolina. 

From 2pm – 1 am | Free Admission

@ Lockside Lounge / 75-89 Upper Walkway West Yard, Camden Lock Place, Camden, London. NW1 8AF UK

Info (0) 207 284 0007 / (0)7731 94 8112

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