As music venues around the world have closed to the public, the power of digital innovation is stronger than ever and it's been inspirational to see our global creative community embrace the change.
We're going to be diving into this new world by bringing you all the classic House of Vans events you love, but digitally.
Now viewers from across the globe will be able to experience the best of what London has to offer in the way of carefully curated art shows, music performances, film and more beneath the tunnels of Waterloo and streamed via houseofvanslondon.com.
November kicks off with a whole host of exciting shows:
- Doc’N Roll Shorts Film Festival
House of Vans have teamed up with the good people over at Doc’n Roll to bring their 2020 Shorts Festival online. The partnership will see eight of the hottest music shorts of 2020 brought to your home screens, spanning some epically eclectic music genres.
Get your popcorn in the microwave, relax and watch from the comfort of your very own home.
1st Programme : streaming now until the 12th of November.
2nd Programme: Streaming from the 12th - 19th November.
Taking over our gallery space, this exclusive art showcase explores the unique connection between London’s urban art and skate scenes and feature a handful of established and emerging artists including Mr. Brainwash and Greyson Perry.
The virtual show will culminate in in a live stream auction to raise funds for leading youth homelessness charity Centrepoint on November 18th.
Streaming until: 18th November.
Celebrating local creators and independent traders, House of Vans London brings its physical community market to its Instagram channel with the help of Stack Magazines. Expect to explore and shop a whole host of unique and independent magazines including amongst others: Safar, Softpunk and Oh So.
Streaming from: 14th November.
An interactive light installation broadcast in real-time, ‘Quasar’ connects online audience members to a physical structure within the venue space. Brought to you by L.E.G, a multi-disciplinary London based collective who focus on immersive experiences through light, sound and structural design.
Streaming from: 23rd November
- Skate Lates Video Series.
A digital rebrand for the legendary Sk8 Fry-Days sessions, Skate Lates will present a series of highlight skate films and bring a different skate crew or store to House of Vans’ underground skatepark each month. This time it’s the turn of Newport-born shred crew Carve Wicked who’ll showcase their collective of riders.
Streaming from: late November.