- Explore a secret world of live music in this brilliant new immersive music experience in a specially-designed venue.
- Walk through music history as you experience it from a whole new perspective.
Do you like music? Are you looking for socially distanced activities that you can do with your family? Make your way to brand-new One Night Records, which is opening in the capital this October at a secret London Bridge location. This immersive music experience is the first of its kind, and you'll step into a secret world of live music with your family
Music lovers big and small will be enthralled by the world's first immersive music venue. Presenting Lockdown Town, there will be a different lineup every night of London's very best musicians, who will play a variety of music. The evening will start with Rock & Roll bursting out of the constraints of the 1950s, and travels back in time to the 1920s. Expect a spectacular musical treat for the whole family - you'll have the perfect time listening to traditional jazz, country and rhythm and blues. It's a great way to introduce your kids to new music styles and genres from around the world.
Whether you stream music online or regularly go to gigs or the theatre with your older kids, you'll find new ways to have fun at this epic event. Enjoy an evening of live music, food and drink at this one-of-a-kind experience. You'll want to do it all over again when it's over!
What to know before you go
- Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
- Price is per group (up to four people; friends or family members).
- You must be 13+ to attend the show.
- Please arrive at the venue at least 15 minutes before your time slot to allow time to check in before the show.
- Latecomers will be admitted into the next timed entry if there is capacity, however if you miss your timed entry there is no guarantee you will be admitted.
- You must be at least 13 years old to attend.
- Masks are required at all times.
- The performance is approximately 2 hours long with three opportunities to enjoy refreshments and go to the bathroom.
- There are no cloakroom facilities but there are hooks for you to keep your belongings on. This is at your own risk.
- Strong language, haze, smoke and fake gun shots are used.
- The venue serves music-themed food and drinks throughout the evening. You will order your drinks before entering the show.
- There will also be a 'drive-thru mechanic' for food and drinks to avoid a communal bar area.
- The venue is located at Wardens Grove, just south of the river.
- It is around a a ten-minute walk from Southwark (Jubilee line), London Bridge (Jubilee and Northern lines and National Rail services) and Borough (Northern line) stations.
- The 381 and 344 buses stop nearby.
- There is limited parking outside the venue and a car park on America Street.
Click here for more information on Lockdown Town and One Night Records.