BULLDOG London Dry Gin to present The BIG Session with Groove Armada, Gorgon City and more

BULLDOG Gin have announced details of a special show The BIG Session, with members of Groove Armada, Gorgon City and more.

Held in aid of the music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, the show will be held at Printworks in London on to celebrate World Gin Day early on Wednesday June 6. The stellar line-up features DJ sets from the legendary Tom Findlay of Groove Armada, along with Housekeeping (HI Ibiza) and Siggy Smalls (Hed Kandi) – before a headline set from Gorgon City.

BULLDOG London Gin
BULLDOG London Gin


“With its smooth, accessible taste profile and multiple layers of flavour, BULLDOG is a gin like no other and we look forward working with our friends in music to celebrate World Gin Day as such,” Campari UK’s Marketing Director Nick Williamson. “We are pleased to support the valuable work of such a renowned charity as Nordoff Robbins in conjunction.”

Sandy Trappitt, Senior Partnerships Manager for Nordoff Robbins added: “I am absolutely delighted that we have this opportunity to work alongside BULLDOG Gin – partnerships like this are so important to us, as they support and enable us to continue our life-changing music therapy work. This is an exciting time for Nordoff Robbins, and we can’t wait to work together.”

The BIG Session is part of a wider music lead BULLDOG Sunset Sessions campaign that goes live through events, experiential and the on trade in June. This continues a trend of pioneering partnerships with music industry behemoths such as Dizzee Rascal, Wiley, Music Week, NME, and Printworks London. BULLDOG Gin are delighted to extend this support to Nordoff Robbins.

BULLDOG Gin presents The Big Session at Printworks London on Wednesday June 6. Visit here for tickets and more information.


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