North London Love Music Hate Racism – Join us for a launch party from 8pm 30th November, 4 Karamel Club, 4 Coburg Road, London. For event page click here

Plymouth Love Music Hate Racism – All day takeover from 3pm 3rd November at The Junction, 6 Mutley Plain, PL4 6LA, Plymouth. For event page click here


KIOKO LMHR tour spring 2018

Birmingham band Kioko supporting Love Music Hate Racism

Kioko – Love Music Hate Racism

16 March

Leamington Pump Rooms

Kioko with Chasing Deer, Slick Don, Satsangi, Shanade Morrow, Minus Ollie

(Care4Calais fundraiser)

Tickets here

23 March

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Kioko with Dakka Skanks

30 March

Guildford Boileroom

Kioko plus support

14 April

Salisbury, Winchester Gate

Kioko plus support

17 April

London Camden Town Monarch

Kioko plus Roundhouse Emerging Talent

19 April

Newcastle Northumbria University Institute 2

Kioko plus support

20 April

Glasgow Rum Shack

Kioko plus support

21 April

Hebden Bridge, Trades club

Kioko plus support

27 April

Skelmersdale, E Rooms

Kioko plus support

29 April

Birmingham Hare and Hounds

Kioko plus support w/Daddy G


Love Music Hate Racism Comedy Fundraiser 7.30pm Thursday 27th July at Mascara Bar, 72 Stamford Hill, London N16 6XS. Hosted by character comedian and impressionist Liam Hourican. Act include Rachel Parris, who has won critical acclaim for her solo shows. Jenny Bede an award winning musical comedian and actor and Essex boy Johnny Cochrane from CBBC sketch series ‘The Johnny and Inel show’. Buy tickets here

Photo: Comedian Jenny Bede


Oxford Love Music Hate Racism will be running a music stage at The People’s Fair, Florence Park, Oxford on 30th July. The event is supported by Oxford City Council, Oxford Stand Up To Racism among others. Facebook event here


South London Love Music Hate RacismThere are two local LMHR events happening in South London. Wednesday 2nd August LMHR gig from 7pm at the Sound Lounge, Upper Tooting Road London SW17 7EW. With fantastic up and coming artists including Maurice, Didi, Con Sensus, Bubz, and Richard Anderson. Event page here.

The second event will be a solidarity festival in aid of refugees on Sunday 20 August at the Bread and Roses Pub, 68 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4 6DZ. Event page here.  


Commemorating the ‘Battle of Lewisham’ 40 years on Saturday 12 August – LMHR will be putting on a gig at the New Cross Inn, 323 New Cross Rd SE14 6AS as part of a range of events marking the 40th year anniversary of the “Battle of Lewisham”.  Artists performing at the gig include Logic, Lloyd Luther, One Jah, Batwings and more tbc. Event page here. The gig will follow a commemorative march in Lewisham organised by Unite Against Fascism and Lewisham TUC. Event page here

Remembering the “Battle of Lewisham” Community Festival Sunday 13 August – LMHR is working alongside Goldsmiths, Lewisham Council and the Albany Theatre to  run a community festival commemorating the “Battle of Lewisham”. The free event will include live music, screenings, panel discussions, exhibitions, stalls, food and an evening gig (see below). The event will begin with the unveiling of a plaque 12.15pm Clifton Rise, London SE14 6JW see here for details. Followed by the community festival 1pm at The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE14 6JW.

The “Battle of Lewisham” refers to 13th August 1977 when the nazi national front (NF) attempted to march from New Cross to Lewisham town centre and were stopped by the local community, socialists and others (including the late civil rights activist Darcus Howe). It was the first time a national NF march was stopped from reaching its destination. The event hastened the demise of the NF so is significant in the history of Lewisham and race relations in Britain. 


Manchester Love Music Hate Racism– Carnival Weekend Special 8pm Saturday 12th August Rebellion Manchester 2B Whitworth Street West, M1 5WZ Manchester, United Kingdom. Event Page here

Love Music Hate Racism in partnership with Smokey Joe Roadshow will be having a float at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival on 27th-28th August. The float is being sponsored by the Rail and Maritime Transport union (RMT) and a number of local trade union branches.

The carnival is attended by over two million people over the bank holiday weekend and is a great audience for love music hate racism’s positive message of unity. Come and enjoy the fantastic atmosphere on the day and help promote LMHR by joining our float procession.
This year’s carnival will pay a respectful tribute to the tragic loss of life at Grenfell tower last month.
If you are interested in joining LMHR’s t-shirt procession on Sunday 27th August or being part of SJR full costume masqueraders on Monday 28th August then message us or email [email protected]om for details on how you can register. Event page here