Iconic jazz label Blue Note is opening a pop-up shop in London



Featuring special editions, performances and A/V installations.

Blue Note is opening a pop-up shop, called Blue Note 80, in London’s Coal Drops Yard to celebrate its 80th anniversary this November.

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Blue Note 80 will offer records, framed canvas artwork, Blue Note 80 prints, and more. Blue Note also plan to hold an array of events with artists, cultural speakers, and label representatives.

The opening coincides with the first night of the EFG London Jazz Festival 2019, which will host the likes of Okumu, Herbert, Skinner & friends – who recently released Undone: Live at the Crypt via The Vinyl Factory – and Total Refreshment Centre.

Blue Note 80 joins Honest Jons, who set-up its second outpost in Coal Drops Yard in 2018.

Blue Note 80 will open on the 15th of November at Kiosk 108, Lower Stable Street, Coal Drops Yard, London, N1C 4DQ, and will be open from 11-6pm every day.

Head here for more info.

Address and Opening Hours:

Blue Note 80 Store, Kiosk 108, Lower Stable Street, Coal Drops Yard, London, N1C 4DQ

Friday 15th: 1pm-late

Saturday 16th – Saturday 23rd: 11am-6pm

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