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We kicked off Soho Music Month in Carnaby with World Oceans Day on 8 June in collaboration with ocean conservation organisation Project 0. Find out more about Soho Music Month here.
On World Oceans Day people from around the world joined in celebrating and honouring the oceans that connect us all, helping to raise awareness of their importance. We took part in the celebrations this year on Saturday 8 June from 12-6pm with a FREE outdoor gig on Ganton Street. People enjoyed plenty of activities and a line-up of live music, on bean bags on our rolled out 'grass' lawn, hosted by musician and producer Luis Felber. Whilst there you could have grabbed a photo in our photo booth and picked up a FREE ocean themed ice lolly from Popping Licks*.
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Project 0 Pop-Up Exhibition
Everyone learned what you could do to help protect our oceans at the Project 0 pop-up exhibition at 3 Newburgh Street. Visitors experienced stunning pieces of art by Elizabeth Hoff and Alma Laura alongside photographs by Tim Atkins of Micro Plastic Pollution in beautifully styled dishes. Books by ocean photographer Ben Thouard, jewellery by Ara Vartanian and exclusive Salt-T t-shirts from iconic rockstar Slash were available to purchase.
Carnaby x Project 0 Tote Bags
During the day you could have picked up one of our limited edition tote bags, featuring six special designs from Tracey Emin, Fearne Cotton, Georgia May Jagger, Holly St Clair, Julian Höenig and Suki Waterhouse. Find out more about the tote bags here.
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