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End of Summer Mikkeller brewpub fundraiser for Ukraine

September 7, 2022
DKUK events

The Young Professionals of the Danish-UK Association welcome Londoners to come and enjoy our end of summer Mikkeller Brewpub fundraiser for Ukraine.

Date
September 7, 2022
Time
19:00 – 21:00
Venue
Mikkeller Brewpub
Exmouth Market
London
EC1R 4QL
United Kingdom
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Price
£15 General admission ticket (minimum donation) + eventbrite fee £20 General admission (extra donation) + eventbrite fee £xx Donations ticket (min amount £15) + eventbrite fee

The Young Professionals of the Danish-UK Association welcome Londoners to come and enjoy our end of summer concert. The evening promises a chance to unwind midweek to the sounds of International award-winning Faroese artist Dan Olsen, who is among the acts at Mikkeller Brewpub,

There will be food and drinks available to purchase at the venue, and plenty of social networking and fun to be had.

In addition, all proceeds from tickets sales will go towards fundraising for Ukraine. The funds will go to Razom, a charity that empowers and encourages Ukrainian community redevelopments and collaboration.

The event is run by DKUK’s YP for members, but is open for corporate members as well as non-members who are welcome to join and meet like-minded individuals.

Together, we hope for a great evening.

Time – 7pm doors open, 7:30pm music starts

Price 

£15 General admission ticket (minimum donation) + eventbrite fee
£20 General admission (extra donation) + eventbrite fee
or
£xx Donations ticket (min amount £15) + eventbrite fee

Please note: participants must be over the age of 18.

  • Performers
  • Razom for Ukraine
  • Mikkeller

Dan Olsen is an international award-winning singer-songwriter and producer Dan Olsen hails from the cold and wet yet exotic far-flung Faroe Islands. For the past five years, he’s been based in London, U.K where he caught the ear of his current manager (Sam Smith’s former manager) who shared Dan’s vision. With a strong team behind him, things slowly began to take off, and Dan later teamed up with producer Tommy Harden (Taylor Swift, Uncle Kracker) and even had John Mayer’s bassist David Labruyere playing on one track. His songs have since amassed over a million plays on Spotify and hundreds of thousands more on various online platforms. Recently Dan released two new singles; ‘Do What Makes You Smile’ and ‘Be Myself’.

Read more about Dan Olsen here.

The London born Lagos bred wrldwidedej is an artist who has recently discovered his musical ability as well as his song writing skill. He has spent the last two years perfecting his craft to build a steady portfolio of songs to better the standard of music being taken in from his audience. His main aim is to uniquely imprint his sound on songs by negating categorisation to any one genre of music

Through wearing a balaclava, his music remains faceless as he lays emphasis on the sound and visuals in the songs he releases to the public.

Wrldwidedej cites Drake, Frank Ocean, Dave, Wizkid and others as significant influences on his music as a Hip-Hop and R&B artist. Bringing something different to the table each time, his music usually contrasts melodic hooks with storytelling rap verses that contain a myriad of punchlines for those more conscious when they are listening. Wrldwidedej’s executive producer, Sky of Krafthouse Studios has allowed for a fast level of progression with production work on the well received debut project “Welcome to Hrtbrk.”

To find out more about his music click below:

Razom for Ukraine aims to empower Ukrainians through capacity-building programs. They implement short-term and long-term projects to encourage community development and collaboration. What they’ve achieved: Since their inception, Razom for Ukraine has provided personal protective equipment to more than 40 hospitals across Ukraine. They mobilized over 400 volunteers to carry out their programs and services, including sending over 70 pallets of aid to Ukraine, and approximately 218 tons of essentials and supplies. And in 2021, their ‘Veteranius’ program helped 80 veterans gain employment.

Read more about the charity here.

The Mikkeller brewpub is based around the simple notion that it is a space where beer and food are both crafted and enjoyed; it’s a space where loud laughter seems to be the norm instead of hushed small talk.

The space embraces a raw, industrial feel while simultaneously surprising guests with quirky details, cozy design elements, and a strong sense of the Mikkeller DNA