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Hospitality Returns to Brixton 29.04.16: Ticket Holder Info


After what feels like forever, we’re finally back at our spiritual home the O2 Academy Brixton tomorrow night with one of our biggest line-ups ever!

Below is all of the information you’ll need including set times, the new merchandise that’s available, artist signing times and travel information.

Please note this is an 18+ only event. The O2 Academy Brixton implement a very strict no ID, no entry policy. You MUST provide a valid form of ID to gain entry (PASS cards, passport or driving licence). The venue hold the right to refuse entry. Please respect the venue and their staff.


The Hospital Shop will be fully stocked with all of our new merchandise! We’ll also be launching a new line of ladieswear at the venue.

You may have also heard about our brand new festival happening in Finsbury Park on Saturday 24th September. We’ll have tickets for Hospitality In The Park available for £32.50 at the Hospital Shop stand all night, as well as an exclusive on-the-night offer for 1 ticket and a t-shirt of your choice for just £35!

There will also be artist signings throughout the night at the Hospital Shop, check the times below to make sure you don’t miss your favourite!

O2 Academy Brixton
211 Stockwell Road

Trains / National Rail
The nearest Overground train station is Brixton railway station on Atlantic Road (via staircases). It’s on the Chatham main line (London Victoria to Orpington), operated by Southeastern trains and typically has trains running every 15 minutes in both directions during operational hours – but it’s always best to check running times before you travel.

Accessible facilities at Brixton railway station are limited, so please head to Southeastern for more details before you travel.

London Underground 
The nearest London Underground stations are:
Brixton (on the Victoria Line and about 800 metres away)
Stockwell (on the Victoria and the Northern Line and is about 1,400 metres away
Plan your journey HERE.

Bus Routes
Every London bus route is wheelchair accessible, with automatic ramps and designated wheelchair spaces.

The following bus stops are available nearby:

B (Stockwell Road) for Peckham (345), Tooting (333), Crystal Palace (322) and Norwood (2 and 196)
D (Brixton Road) for Marble Arch (159) Oxford Circus (109), Piccadilly (3) and King’s Cross (59)
E (Brixton Road) to Liverpool Street station (133) and Old Ken Road (415)
F (Brixton Road) for Tulse Hill (415), Mitcham and Bromley (355), Crystal Palace (3)
G (Brixton Road) to Streatham (59 and159 and 133), Croydon (109) and Morden (118)

Night buses are also available from the following bus stops:
B (Stockwell Road) to Crystal Palace (N2), Peckham (N345)
D (Brixton Road) for Marble Arch (N159) and Oxford Circus (N109)
E (Brixton Road) for Liverpool Street station (N133)
F (Brixton Road) towards Bromley North (N3)
G (Brixton Road) for Croydon (N109 and N250) and Streatham (N159)

Remember that you can’t pay with cash on buses anymore, so don’t forget your Oyster Card/contactless bank card.

You can find and pre-book a minicab and find the cheapest fares with minicabit. In London, all black cabs are wheelchair accessible.
We also have a unique Uber code available for tomorrow night, use HOSPITALITYBRX when signing up for a free ride of up to £15.

Posted 28th April 2016 in Blog, Features

Hospitality at Outlook 03.09.16: Exploring Pula

We’re jetting off to the luxurious beaches of Croatia for the very first time! This year Hospitality will be gracing Outlook festival along with our finest assets. On Saturday 3rd September we will be taking over The Clearing, featuring London Elektricity, Nu:Tone, Logistics and an exciting B2B from Med School’s finest Etherwood and Keeno, plus much more. We are very excited to be hosting the prime slot on the main stage this year, so expect one heck of a party!

Now in it’s 9th year, Outlook festival has built up a worldwide reputation for showcasing the finest underground dance music. This year’s lineup features the likes of Damian “jr Gong” Marley, Noisia, Stormzy and is looking like it could be the best year yet for Outlook. Set amongst the stunning scenery of Pula, everything kicks off on Wednesday the 31st with the opening ceremony, in the island’s 2000 year old Roman amphitheatre followed by four days of beach and boat parties and of course bass fuelled all nighters in the impressive Fort Punta Christo.

The striking city of Pula dates as far back at the 10th Century B.C.E and is overflowing with culture. With it’s wealth of Roman architecture and unspoiled natural surroundings taking time out from the festival and visiting this fine city is highly recommended. We’ve come up with a few of our favourites…

In the heart of Pula stands The Triumphal Arch of the Sergi, also known as “Golden Gate”. A richly ornamented arch covered in gilded elements is a sight you won’t be able to miss. If you’re lucky, you might even catch one of many cultural or musical performances that take place there.


On the off chance that you’re caught in some not so glorious weather, The Istria Museum of Contemporary Arts is a must see. Rich in the city’s artistic exploits, the museum is set in what used to be an austro-hungarian military base which alone is an impressive structure. If you feel like admiring the latest exhibitions or simply engulfing yourself in the cultural atmosphere be sure to pay a visit.


By far one of the most impressive monuments, the Arena of Pula is a definite must see. Outlook’s opening ceremony will be taking place here but we highly recommend visiting the Roman Amphitheatre during the day to admire it’s full beauty. Once the site of epic gladiator fights, now a venue for countless events held in the city you do not want to miss an opportunity to learn about this spectacle’s fascinating history.


If all that doesn’t feed your appetite for sightseeing, the coast is dotted with fragrant pine groves, seaside cafes and lavish restaurants all perfect for taking in the sea air. If you are feeling like venturing a bit further out The sensational Kamejak Peninsula is just a short slightly further out  certainly not to go a miss.

Traveling around Pula is really simple, to get to the Amphitheatre you can just take a bus to the port in the centre of Pula, where there are regular boats across the water. Traveling around the city is nice and easy, you can find all bus timetables and prices HERE. As for getting taxis, there is a rank close to campsite. Make sure that you’re keeping safe, that the taxi is registered and don’t be afraid to haggle!

For more information on the city, visit Lonely Planet


Words by: Sarah Hancock

Posted 20th April 2016 in Blog, Features

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