Days Like This’ all inclusive experience ‘The Recipe’ stuns with Grammy Award Winning Jazmine Sullivan, SiR, Alex Isley and more

This weekend, thousands of people flocked to London’s Gunnersbury Park for DLT’s The Recipe Festival, a day filled with unforgettable moments. DLT’s dedication to crafting exceptional experiences was evident throughout the event, ensuring every detail contributed to a perfect day out.

From enjoying the fun fair rides and watching The Receipts Podcast live to having a blast at the ASOS Beach Club, receiving freebies from Treasure Tress’, and getting your dancehall fix at the Wray and Nephew tent, the day was a sensory delight.

Attendees indulged in a variety of foods from vendors like Jollof Mama, Cecconi’s Pizza Bar, Crosstown, JRK Bros and more, with VIP also having the pleasure of experiencing table service with unlimited food provided by Tatale and Chef Dom Taylor

The festival reached its peak with stellar performances, including the UK debuts of Ambre and Tone Stith, captivating vocals from homegrown talent Shae Universe, and engaging performances from Alex Iseley, Destin Conrad and SiR, with the crowd making sure to make their presence felt during every set. The highlight for many was Grammy-award-winning R&B artist Jazmine Sullivan, marking her first UK performance in a decade she stunned and over-delivered, reminding people what an incredible catalogue she has.

The Recipe festival delivered an all-encompassing, sensory-rich experience, creating a memorable summer event that will be talked about for years to come.

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About DLT
With their first event selling out in the spring of 2016, Days Like This (DLT) has become one of the hottest, must-attend events for Londoners. Featured in British Vogue’s 9 of the Best Brunch in London list and Travel Noire London’s Finest International Black-Owned Day Party here, the event was born from the founders, friends Michael Amusan, Bosun Apata, Ife Awosika and Anthony Iban studying and working abroad in New York, experiencing what the US had to offer in terms of day time experiences and their culture of brunch and realising a gap in the market back home.

Since their first DLT, a 200-person brunch located in Peckham, not only have they taken the brand internationally to Ghana, Nigeria, Canada and the USA, but they have gone on to collaborate with brands such as TikTok, Soho House, EMI and BET UK and work with celebrities and artists like Wizkid, Julie Adenuga, Rema, KAYTRANADA, WSTRN, M1llionz and So Solid Crew to name a few. With nearly 100,000 tickets sold both domestically and internationally, the brand is further solidifying its reputation as the go-to destination for parties worldwide.

Written by Theatrefullstop