Justin Winks, Elijah Collins, Rob Alldritt, Henry Greenwood, Rich T
John Jones, Simon Boi, Dan Holmes, Ben & Drew
Norman Jay to play extended 3 hour Good Times style set from 6pm-9pm on the terrace - REMEMBER there is plenty of COVER on the terrace, and there is only a small chance of rain. There will also be heaters on the terrace, plus a lot of people of course! Grab your tickets ASAP!
Up On The Roof...summer parties on the stunning rooftop terrace at Brixton Clubhouse right in the heart of Brixton. Expect a diverse fusion of everything from soul & disco to house & hip-hop from some of the most influential DJs of the past 30 years.
Starting on Easter Sunday with Good Times legend Norman Jay.
As the Carnival King, Member of the British Empire and all round good egg, Norman helps us christen 'Up On The Roof' this Easter Sunday. He has represented the entire spectrum of black music, from soul, funk, disco, reggae and jazz, right through to the more contemporary sounds of house, garage and drum'n'bass.
Norman's legendary Good Times sound system, has been the go-to spot at Europe's largest street party, the Notting Hill Carnival, for 30 years.
Good Times was THE party that changed the face of the Notting Hill Carnival and which has become a Summertime fixture at festivals worldwide. Jay set up his first sound system, Great Tribulation, in 1979 with his brother Joey which became Good Times in 1981, the start of a 30-year residency at Notting Hill Carnival. Norman changed the face of the music played there, introducing a range of gritty, soulful styles to complement the predominantly reggae-based sound systems. The move paved the way for the open-minded Carnival we know today, with Good Times still at its core.
His Paradise Garage-inspired 'High On Hope' club night, involvement in iconic label 'Talking Loud Records', and his long-running show on both the pirate and legal Kiss FM have all helped Norman to become one of the most loved and respected DJs in the UK today, his tireless work having earned him many accolades – he has appeared on the BBC’s Question Time - and received an MBE for his work in 2002, the first time any DJ had received such an accolade.
Support comes from John Jones, Justin Winks, Henry Greenwood, Elijah Collins and more