Jamm is a unique venue, a beacon of musical creativity. Far more than just a club - it's at the heart of Brixton's lively music scene. The building itself has always been at the centre of goings on in the area since it's original function as a coaching house on the road to Brighton. These days, however, it's Brixton Jamm that's the destination, and whether you're coming from Brighton or Brixton itself you're guaranteed to hear the best music London has to offer without stressy security or pretension.

The venue holds almost 600 happy people across two rooms and bars and is equally well suited to hosting top flight live music or banging all night raves. From legends like Alabama 3, Massive Attack, The Specials, and Happy Mondays; through to legends in the making like MGMT, Hot Chip, and The Bays. From bass junkies like Congo Natty, Coki, and Jah Shaka; to hip hop big boys like Vadim, Skinnyman, and Jehst. It's always the right place to be and always has the best crowds in town.

As well as showcasing everything that is good about London's music scene with gigs and club nights, Jamm also regularly hosts comedy nights, jam sessions, community events, and, perhaps most infamously, the after-parties of many of London's top gigs. A night out at Brixton Jamm is a night to remember, although you may not.


261 Brixton Road, London SW9 6LH


020 7274 5537





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