TEG MJR acquires London venues XOYO and Camden Assembly

TEG is pleased to announce that its UK subsidiary TEG MJR has acquired two of London’s best-loved live music venues, XOYO and the Camden Assembly, and plans to reopen both on June 21st with unmissable events.

XOYO, an 800-capacity venue in Shoreditch, London, has hosted world-class EDM acts and DJs on weekends and pioneering live music on weekdays for more than a decade. It has been listed as one of Time Out’s best clubs in London.

The Camden Assembly (formerly The Barfly) is a 400-capacity venue in Camden, London that has been hosting live shows for over 25 years including the likes of The 1975, Adele, Muse and Coldplay. It trades daily with over 400 events a year.

TEG MJR will host high-profile live music events, brand experiences and community events in both venues, while working closely with local and national promoters to curate a full and diverse calendar of artists and genres.

TEG MJR will enhance the production infrastructure of XOYO and relaunch the venue with a three-date residency with Skream and further weekly residency parties to be announced. Camden Assembly will continue to trade daily with a mix of live shows, club nights and electronic music events upstairs.

Geoff Jones, CEO of TEG, said: “These are two of London’s most loved venues. We will honour their legacies whilst bringing new and unbeatable live music and event experiences to patrons. This move gives us a presence in the vibrant London music scene.”

Dan Ickowitz-Seidler, COO at TEG MJR, said: “We are excited to be a part of London’s diverse night-time culture and to soon be delivering great events and hospitality at two of London’s leading venues. The location of both venues is incredible and we are committed to respecting their past and investing in their future, with plans to offer fantastic, contemporary experiences.”

Further information on XOYO and Camden Assembly’s event programmes will be released in the coming weeks.

XOYO – Programme:

XOYO’s capacity is 800 for club nights and 550 for
live music. Events and live music will be announced over the next coming weeks.

Friday 25th June – 21:30-04:00 – Skream (Open To Close)

Saturday 26th June – 21:30-04:00 – Skream plus guests

Sunday 27th June – 21:30-04:00 – Skream plus guests

Saturday 3rd July – 21:30-04:00 – DJ Boring plus guests

Saturday 10th July – 21:30-04:00 – DJ Boring plus guests

Saturday 17th July – 21:30-04:00 – DJ Boring plus guests

Saturday 24th July – 21:30-04:00 – DJ Boring plus guests

Saturday 31st July – 21:30-04:00 – DJ Boring plus guests

Saturday 13th November – 19:00-23:00 – Offica






Assembly’s capacity is 400 for club nights and 230 for live music. Events and
live music will be announced over the next coming weeks.

Every Saturday from Saturday 26th June – 21:30-03:00

Crush: Hip Hop & RNB

Friday 25th June – 21:30-03:00 – Camden Indie Disco –
Reopening Special

Friday 2nd July – 21:30-03:00 – Fabio Presents: Tribe

Friday 16th July – 21:30-03:00 – DJ Q (All Night Long)

Friday 30th July – 21:30-03:00 – Artful Dodger +
Charlotte Devaney

Friday 6th August – 21:30-03:00 – Krafty Kuts vs A.

Wednesday 18th August – 19:00-23:00 – ELBV Fest

Saturday 21st August – 19:00-22:30 – Hot Vox Presents:
Anthony Rubery / James Robb / Beduk / Callum Lacey 

Tuesday 7th September – 19:00-22:00 – DC

Friday 5th November – 19:00-22:00 – Hi-Rez





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