PREVIEW: Island Life at The Alternative Escape this Friday… FREE entry!

Island Life are bringing a vibrant event to Brighton on Friday 15th May as part of the Alternative Escape. Featuring some of Island Records’ talented artists, this gig sets out to be a promising one. And to top it all off- its 100% free!

The evening will include performances from soothing soul-singer JP Cooper, along with the gifted wordsmith George The Poet. Additionally, the Australian trio Little May will grace the stage. We will also see exclusive sets from DJ/Production duo Whilk and Misky and Reggae artist Kiko Bun.


So as you can see, this is a pretty cool line up! And to attend, all you need to do is sign up to the guest list here and try to get there early as entry is on a first come first serve basis. The event is from 7pm-10.45pm. You can also join the Facebook event page for any updates.

Here’s a clip of what you can expect at the event!

By Maxine Harrison

The Verse Staff

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