Event: Esoteric & Blatantly Blunt present The Free Yard II in South London

In Other by Nick Russell

Event: Esoteric & Blatantly Blunt present The Free Yard II in South London

We are delighted to announce our link up with The Free YardLondon’s biggest independent street wear AND live music event. The second 2-day event is happening Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July at The Bussey Building in Peckham, South London. 

The launch party was in May 2013 at Arch 635, Clapham setting the tone for the forthcoming series of the best up and coming names in UK music and clothing… 

Each Free Yard pop-up event is housed in a different London location, featuring new collections and dropping exclusive and limited edition pieces. The freshest talent will be performing, with acts coming from the worlds of street dance, hip-hop, grime, R&B and spoken word.

With a house party vibe and special limited edition mens and womenswear plus accessory pieces available. Head down to be in the loop for the hottest clothes and accessories before they hit the mainstream…

As always it’s FREE ENTRY!


  • Saturday 6th July & Sunday 7th July
  • 12 – 6pm
  • Free (all ages welcome)

The Bussey Building
133 Rye Lane
London, SE15 4ST

The Free Yard launched the first weekend of May, was a great success with an amazing line-up of pure talent and some really exciting exclusive products on show from the brands!

Blatantly Blunt provided a bunch of names on the last event with the following getting involved:

  • Ten Dixon
  • Jon E Clayface
  • Lenzez
  • ShaoDow
  • DJ Lue’b
  • DJ LZ
  • DJ Tony Tokyo

The event also included some fast emerging names in UK hip hop including

  • Lyrically Challenge Collective
  • Oliver Sudden
  • Benny Diction
  • Tony Skank

Previous brands exhibiting –

Esoteric London, Urban Revival London, Something About Elizabeth, Lost Fame, MCHN, Depistar, Reclaim Bags, Ali Forbes, Gusto, Bundy & Webster, Studz UK, Dream Wear It, Scalawag, 4649 Worldwide, Chirpse, 4bysix, Maded Clothing, These Folk, Scallywag Clothing, Saved Boutique, Snob Mob, Mad Men Clothing, SugarSkull.

More information on each of these brands can be viewed here –

Email –

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Twitter – @thefreeyard
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About the venue:

The Bussey Building is a 120-year-old multi level Warehouse space in South-East London famed for hosting leading events in music, theatre, film, anime, art, comedy and more. Grass roots to cutting edge – Bestival, Secret Sundaze, The South London Soul Train, The Royal Court Theatre, The Jungle Brothers, Adamski via MJ Cole, Roa + Phlegm Art Exhibitions – the list goes on and on.