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- Agency ends the festival in typical LBi style with party at its Brick Lane offices on Friday 21st June
Global marketing and technology agency LBi is to host the closing party for the CANNT Festival this Friday 21st June.
LBi, famed for its annual Rave, is the driving force behind the CANNT festival and will host the closing bash at its Brick Lane offices.
Like the rest of this year’s festival, the party will have a camp theme, and will feature music from talented up and coming DJs.
Founded by Simon Gill, Executive Creative Director at LBi and Laura Jordan-Bambach, Creative Director at Dare, CANNT Festival aims to bring together those industry folk who can’t make it over to the Croisette, giving them a small taste of the creative love-in of Cannes. It’s a weeklong celebration of all things creative, taking place across a wide range of London venues.
Some of London’s biggest creative digital agencies and companies, including LBi, Dare, RAPP, DRAFTFCB, and Hyper Island are taking part in this week’s celebrations, with events including a speed critique for young creatives, CANNT Crufts, life drawing lessons for copywriters, an urban foraging feast and a night of caravan clubbing.
The closing party will take place at LBi, 146 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU from 7pm until late on Friday 21st June. A limited number of free tickets are available now.
"We’re very proud to be treating the industry to a party at the end of what is shaping up to be the biggest and best CANNT ever. Get your tickets now – it’s going to be epic."– Simon Gill – Executive Creative Director at LBi
Sign up for your free ticket on Eventbrite:
Visit the Cannt website for full details of all the events happening this week:
Published on: 4:21PM on 18th June 2013