Events Walthamstow

Rock grandees to perform at Signature Brew’s New Year party

Reuben lead singer Jamie Lenman, ’00’s rock favourites InMe, upcoming alternative punk rockers YurMum, and Kerrang! DJ Sophie K are topping the bill

Former Reuben frontman Jamie Lenman is a headliner. Credit: Derek Bremner

Signature Brew is inviting Walthamstow’s “rockers, grungers and greebos” to join them at their huge New Years’ Rockin’ Eve night to see in 2024 with an edge.

The line-up on the night is set to feature former Reuben frontman Jamie Lenman, ’00’s rock favourites InMe, upcoming alternative punk rockers YurMum, and Kerrang! Radio DJ Sophie K on the decks, with more acts to be announced.

There’s plenty on the menu to keep the dancing going all night. Food will be provided by burger 7Bone; their tasty burgers include Prince Charles is Overrated (bacon, cheese, shredded iceberg, pickles, dirty spread), and a Donnie J Trump (American cheese stuffed patty, deep fried pizza cheese, lettuce, burger relish and a wotsit top).


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Get down from 6pm to witness what Signature Brew promises will be full of “riffs, dancing and of course, the never ending mosh”.

Tickets are available to buy for £45 (or buy 4 and get 1 free) here


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