East London Pub Co is relaunching the legendary Camden pub, The Lock Tavern, with a four-day festival this Easter.
With entirely new interiors, the north London institution is kicking off the Easter weekend with a raucous four-day festival in collaboration with record label Communion Music.
The relaunch marks a full revamp of the iconic Camden venue as part of a huge investment by the East London Pub Co, who acquired the pub in 2018. The new-look Lock Tavern playfully mixes industrial exposed brick with plush leather banquettes and accents in dark teal, orange and gold, retaining the day-to-night, party ready, music-led atmosphere for which the pub is renowned.
From Friday 19 to Monday 22 April, guests can party all weekend long with four days of free celebrations and music from up-and-coming DJs and artists from the label that represents George Ezra, Ben Howard and Jade Bird.
Throughout the weekend, 20p from every drink sold will be donated to Choose Love, Help Refugees, helping to raise funds to provide emergency aid and long term solutions where they are most needed.
Guests can get in the party spirit with The Lock Tavern’s extensive drinks offering, from a wide selection of cocktails to tailored G&Ts, beers and wine. The Lock Tavern’s chefs will also be on hand to fuel the revelry with classic pub grub available all weekend, and partygoers can take the celebrations alfresco on the sun-trapped terrace.
East London Pub Co, founded by entrepreneur Patrick Frawley, operates a small group of pubs including the iconic Ten Bells in Spitalfields, The Gun in Docklands, and the new Edgeley Road opening in Clapham, this summer.