LONDON EVENTS – The Original Oatly BREAK-FEST, a new boutique one-day festival!

oatly_facebokApp_2 (2)WHO: Kyla La Grange, Marigold and Urban Cone

WHAT: Kaninhoppning (rabbit show jumping), music and breakfast galore

WHERE: The Original Oatly BREAK-FEST, Brockwell Park, Brixton, SE24 0PA

WHEN: 30th August 10:30 – 16:30

PRICE: Free (apply for tickets via

In what promises to be London’s greatest ever breakfast, electro pop sensation Kyla La Grange will headline The Original Oatly BREAK-FEST, a new boutique one-day festival that brings a little taste of Sweden to south London. Swedish support acts Urban Cone and Marigold will also take to the stage.

The Anglo-Swedish line-up will be cemented over a delicious breakfast banquet – free to all guests – including pancakes, muffins and smoothies. Festival-goers with a taste for sporting endeavour can enjoy Sweden’s original take on the Derby – the legendary Kaninhop, (or rabbit showjumping for the uninitiated). There will also be a chance for guests to try their hand at Kubb, also known as Viking Chess. The super-fit or eco-conscious may choose to hop on the smoothie bikes to generate the power to create their drinks.

For those of a more laid back persuasion, (or with hangovers to nurse), the Oatly Tent is the place to relax, linger over delicious food and listen to the music from the stage at the long banqueting table.

Everyone loves a lie-in, so the Lie-In Lounge offers guests the opportunity to remain horizontal while ice-cold drinks are served at their bed-side, as they soak up the sounds. Access is gained via social media. Guests will also be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to Festival Number 6 in September.

Head to to apply for your free ticket to BREAK-FEST.

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