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Ghostemane at London Electric Brixton

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Ghostemane is a rapper and songwriter from Lake Worth, Florida. He initially rose to popularity as a member of the now defunct SchemaPosse - a group that included SoundCloud artists Lil Peep and JGRXXN. He grew up playing in hardcore punk and doom metal bands before he began his rap career.

Ghostemane will be performing 1 event in London on Sunday 12th December 2021 at the Electric Brixton.

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Sun Dec 12 2021 London, UK UK
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Address: London Electric Brixton, Town Hall Parade, London, SW2 1RJ
Telephone: 020 7274 2290
Venue Capacity: 1789
Electric Brixton is an arts and entertainment venue based in Town Hall Parade, London. With a capacity of almost 2,000, it's one of the capital's most popular nightclubs and replaced The Fridge in 2011. It hosts a variety of different events throughout the week, from dance raves to rock concerts and everything in between.