London finds itself with a new open-air venue from April onwards as Morden Wharf Terrace in Greenwich opens its doors. Situated on the banks of the Thames in a historic industrial yard that is part of Greenwich’s Brew By Numbers brewery, it’s the perfect blend of historical aesthetic alongside the backdrop of London’s ever-evolving metropolis.
Morden Wharf Terrace’s Operator, Alex Donald, says: “We’re really excited to be bringing some of the best names in electronic music to this stunning location on the Thames. The terrace is part of Brew By Numbers Brewery, and I knew it had huge potential to be transformed into a music venue. Open-air dancing in London is still a rarity, and we’re making the most of this with uninterrupted panoramic views, Funktion One sound and the best street food. We have a brewery next door, so that means amazing craft beer on tap too!”
The 500-capacity venue (with Funktion-One sound and an industrial-themed shipping container DJ booth) opens on the bank holiday weekend of 29th April and already boasts an appealing schedule of events, including UKG Brunch, Stanton Sessions, Glasgow Underground, Mas Que Nada, Reptile Dysfunction, 30 Years of Hard Times and many more, with quality DJs from the worlds of house, disco, soul, funk and more already booked including Marcel Vogel, Terry Farley, Kevin Mckay, Nancy, Spencer Brown, Oliver Smith, Richie Blacker, Fabio, Doorly, Matt Jam Lamont, Redfreya, Stanton Warriors, Lulah Francs and more.
For more information and event programming, visit: https://www.mwterrace.com