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Roxx is back and this time it will get dirty. Presenting London’s first rock n’ roll party brunch on March 28th, the pop-up will be taking their edgy concept to a new level, as they join forces with High Street Kensington’s, Dirty Bones, and puts on the booziest three-course affair of the year, followed by a debaucherous after party at The Welly in true Roxx style.

Guests can expect a finger-licking menu of filthy burgers and juicy hotdogs, served from 12pm, and of course the greatest rock & roll music known to man. The cheeky brunch ticket will also include a welcome drink as well as bottomless signature cocktails for the first hour, ensuring no one arrives at the after-party without having rocked on at least one table by that time.

As always, Roxx holds nothing back when they invite their loyal groupies out to play and this time will be no exception. As a special treat, brunchers will be transported from Dirty Bones to the Welly, in pre-arranged taxis, where they’ll be met with rock-infused house music, electric guitars, live sax performers and beat-boxing harmonica players. Behind the decks, the awesome DJ’s will smash it out with impulsive sets of their hottest tracks, all inspired by the spirit of rock and mixed with the sexiest new house music. The famous Confession Room will be open for the particularly sinful to confess it all in, while the secret Band Room will house all rock-inspired props, and a camera for the real performers. To keep the party going from noon until late, guests can sip on the signature Roxxstar sharing vessel – a dangerous and delicious blend of champagne, vodka, crème de cassis and passion fruit, served in a huge skull, as well as a range of other naughty drinks.

Also known as the ultimate rock star location, decorated with incredible artwork by Damien Hirst, The Wellington Club, will be the perfect playground for carousers craving the rock & roll lifestyle, with design features such as bullet-marked mirror panels, stained-glass windows, statues of angels by Jonathan Wylder, and an impressive sound system by Pete Tong.



Saturday 28th March
Brunch @ Dirty Bones from 12pm – 4pm
After party @ The Wellington Club from 3pm – 10pm

Brunch ticket: £25
After party ticket: £15
COMBO – includes taxi from Dirty Bones to The Welly: £35


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