Bookstock Street Party

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Bookstock is a street party which aims to bring a little festival spirit to Shoreditch on Every August Bank Holiday Sunday.

2012 Details

Acts confirmed include Dub Pistols, We Were Evergreen, Mark Archer, Bikini Beach Band, Chupacabra DJs, DJ and blogger Reverend Milo Speedwagon and many more

Celebrate the last bank holiday of 2012 with a whole day dedicated to music, dancing, dressing up, games, great food and flowing booze – and a whole lot of festival fun besides.

The Book Club is currently working on a super-eclectic lineup to ROCK your socks off, locking in a live performance from the biggest band yet to play one of its street events, as well as a supersonic event-within-an-event, even more live antics, art, performance and all the festival fun you can imagine – right in the heart of London’s creative East End.


A FREE street festival, Bookstock comprises several arenas, each offering the very best festival experiences. Brought to you by Shoreditch venue The Book Club, Bookstock is Leonard Street’s answer to the summer festivals – and it’s a seriously big deal, with two new arenas, and even slicker production and sound for this year.

Other entertainment

There’s fancy dress, face-painting, temporary tattoos, and all the fun of the fair. Entertainment comes from all corners, where everything has a musical twist – and everyone gets involved. Fill your bellies with delicious festival-inspired treats, and try every tipple on the menu at The Book Club’s special outdoor bar. There will be secret, silent, chill-out, and all-out party zones. Bookstock really does have something for every single festival-goer.


  • The Book Club / 9pm - 2am / £5 / DJs include Tim (Filthy Dukes), Alex Warren (Orlando Boom/Kate Boss), a secret special guest who we all know and love, Dan Spinney & Jay Karim (Big In Japan), Hamish Pritchard ( by nature) and KevKev (Amp & Deck).

History And Facts

The Book Club launched Bookstock in 2011 as a standalone street festival event. Last year saw a packed lineup that included an explosive show from The Correspondents, Little Boots playing a bouncy party set, a pounding show from Tim Lawton (Filthy Dukes), Brass Roots playing classic after classic in their own inimitable style, a packed silent disco arena with the Disco Shed, fun and games with Musical Bingo, and a big song and dance from Sink the Pink, Swing Patrol and Electro Swing. And this time will be even bigger and better! The lineup is under wraps for now, but Bookstock 2012 looks set to take the street festival to the next level!