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Campaign Against Arms Trade presents


Saturday 22 July
Main Space
From £10.00
to £12.00
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member

In a nutshell

A night of live music, DJs and spoken word to support resistance to the arms trade.

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Logic will be bringing his unique and powerful live show to Rich Mix to headline this event. A leading pioneer in conscious UK hip-hop, Logic's music combines powerful social commentary with anthemic hooks and razor-sharp beats for a breath taking live experience.

Logic will be joined by fellow London rapper Awate. An artist, activist and refugee, Awate’s music tackles subjects like identity, history, racism and pride over forward thinking, jazz-inspired beats.

The Resis’Dance DJ collective are a diverse group of women who came together to rock the dancefloor whilst challenging gender norms in the party and political scene. They will bring a blend of fresh beats and dance classics, spanning from soca and afrobeats through to house and garage

DJs Jon More & Matt Black - founders of the iconic Ninja Tune Record label – will close the night with their eclectic mash-up of hip-hop, breaks, electro and jazz for a very special video DJ set.

Dance To Disarm is part of a weekend of performance, workshops, speakers and discussions organised by Campaign Against Arms Trade and the Stop The Arms Fair.

What to Expect

Expect a diverse line up from challenging spoken word and hard-hitting live hip-hop through to fun, floor filling DJ sets. Expect to dance and get inspired, whilst standing up for peace, justice and human rights.

Who's Involved

Logic is a pioneer and leading voice of conscious hip-hop in the UK. He is also co-founder of the ‘Peoples Army’ collective, which includes peers like Lowkey, Akala and Mic Righteous.

Awate is a rapper, producer and activist from Maiden Lane Estate, Camden. A resident at Camden’s iconic Roundhouse venue, he has toured worldwide with Lowkey and gained vocal support from some huge names, including Yasiin Bey (Mos Def), Idris Elba and Pharaohe Monche.

DJs Jon More & Matt Black, founders of Ninja Tune records, bring an unmissable mash-up of music and video to their sets. The iconic Ninja label hosts a huge range of electronic artists including Amin Tobin, Mr Scruff, Bonobo and Young Fathers. 

Resis'Dance are a diverse group of women taking hold of the tech and decks, smashing the patriarchy and supporting under funded radical grassroots organisations. They came together to organise banging party nights and DJ sets – whilst challenging gender norms in the party and political scene.


Mizan the poet is a spoken word artist and peace activist using poetry to inspire positive change.


Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) works to challenge the international arms trade and stand up for human rights. CAAT works as part of the Stop The Arms Fair network, a diverse and growing movement to resist one of the world’s largest arms fairs when it returns to London this September.

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'Rich Mix fills a hugely important role by providing a professional, accessible and inspiring space for grassroots social justice groups and emerging artists to reach new audiences. Rich Mix makes events like ours possible.'




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Things you should know

For ages 16+

This event is wheelchair accessible.