Best upcoming events and gigs – Leeds edition

Ah, Leeds. The London of the North. We love you for so many reasons; your accents, your strict rules on the brewing of tea, your friendliness and your eclectic mix of city skylines and countryside landscapes. But one of the major reasons why Leeds attracts so much attention, especially from students, is the amazing nights out, gigs, live performances and entertainment scenes in general. Have a glance below, where we’ve compiled our favourite upcoming events in Leeds up until April.  Jungle Jam 14th Birthday @ Mint Warehouse, LS11 9UD If you’re looking for an all night and all morning rave…

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Roccabox Event, Leeds

May 17th, I was lucky enough to have to opportunity and attended the Roccabox event at John Lewis, Leeds. This event was exploring the collaboration Roccabox have made with Urban Decay and GHD, based aroun d their new limited edition collections. All three organisations created an event box containing products from both brands, with the traditional Roccabox features. With finger food and champagne, we were able to sit back and watch them give demonstrations and information on their new products.   What is Roccabox? “Roccabox is a beauty members club, offering you the chance to trial and test must-have make-up, skincare and…

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Sheffield Coors Light Ice Cave

If you’re out and about near Sheffield then the Coors Light Ice Cave is a must! Between the 15th September and the 25th September, Coors Ice is holding the first ever Ice Cave event in Sheffield. It’ll definitely be the coolest bar in the city!Ticket holders will be greeted on the Devonshire Green by an arctic explorer, fresh from the Rocky Mountains. They will be equipped with thermal capes expertly designed to withstand 30 minutes in the chilly temperatures. Visitors can literally “chill out” with a refreshing bottle or pint of Coors Light and the more adventurous explorer can choose…

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Hyper Japan 2014

Hyper Japan is the UK’s biggest Japanese culture event, held in London since 2010. It showcases a mixture of old culture and new: from traditional crafts & cuisine to contemporary fashion from the streets of Harajuku (Tokyo’s fashion district). From the 25th to the 27th of July in Earls court, it is a chance to dip into another country without leaving your own. As someone who is rather obsessed with anime, noodles and oriental craft it was an event I was keen to attend. However, upon seeing the queue, it was a chance I feared I would need to wait…

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