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Lara Lee’s Wonders of Brixton

A live music event with the amazing Lara Lee aka FLOetic Lara and SUPA4.

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Sat 23 Sep, 8:00pm

Venue: Bovril Wall, Windrush Square

We're delighted that Brixton's very own Lara Lee will be returning to Brixton City Festival for the second year with SUPA4, filling Windrush Square with the smooth soul sounds of her Wonders of Brixton.
Join us in Windrush Square from 7pm for an evening of live music entertainment, starting with a showcase of Brixton's young musical talent with Raw Material, followed by Lara Lee and SUPA4 - come and dance the night away under the stars!

About Lara Lee
Lara Lee combines her unique blend of warm dulcet tones with heartfelt poetry, creating a dynamic artistry alongside a powerful stage presence. Hailing from Brixton- South London, starting her ca-reer as FLOetic Lara, she laid a strong foundation as a mesmerising singer and spoken word artist. Past recording projects include 'Jus Let It FLO' featuring collaborations with UK legends Omar and Don E, and 'For Lovers Of...' recorded at Bob Marley's Tuff Gong Studios, Jamaica. Lara appeared on The Voice UK 2015 advancing through to the live finals, gaining much recognition from legend Sir Tom Jones who stated “this girl is a star!”.


  • Sat 23 Sep, 8:00pm

Additional information

Part of Brixton City Festival 2017, a festival across Brixton featuring unique theatrical experiences in everyday locations, on 21-24 September.

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