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Find Slim Jim's Liquor Store at 112 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 1QN.

Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday 5pm to 2am | Thursday and Friday 5pm to 3am | Saturdays 2pm to 3am | Sundays 6pm

WELCOME TO SLIM JIM'S, THE MASTERFUL PURVEYOURS OF GOOD TIMES!

In the heart of Angel lives Slim Jim's, The Masterful Purveyor of Good Times.

A live music venue supporting local bands and artists every week. Also bringing you international acts and always free entry.

The bar is stocked with carefully selected whiskies and liquor from around the world, but if whiskey is not your thing, try one of our classic cocktails or a cold craft beer.

Slims' award-winning Jukebox is loaded with all the classics, from Zepplin to G'n'R.

Slims also hosts regular DJ events, from Wednesdays through to Saturdays. Keep an eye on our listings for upcoming gigs.

Any promoters, bands or solo artists interested in playing at Slims, please contact us here:
davidmortal@slimjimsliquorstore.com

Slim Jim’s has supported the local London rock n roll scene for as long as we can remember!
(RAVENEYE)

One of the last authentic and organic live music venues we musicians and music lovers can call home.
(DYLAN HOLLOWAY)

They are at the forefront of breaking up and coming rock acts in the capital with their unique format.
(RIVAL KARMA)

Slim Jim's Liquor Store is an invaluable hub for the creative and music community
(AIDAN CONNELL, THE DAYBREAKERS)

FEATURED ACT
The Outlaw Orchestra
Saturday 20th August 2022 at Slim Jim's »
Slim Jim's Liquor Store in collaboration with Yellowstone Bourbon presents:

THE OUTLAW ORCHESTRA

"The Outlaw Orchestra" – this 3 - piece from Southampton are bred from twinloves of rock-and-roll and irreverence. They exude that Saturday night hell-raising, foot-stamping escapism that you look for in live music entertainment. And entertainers they are.

One radio DJ dubbed by their music as "Heavy Grass” stating it deserves its own name. Another described their virtuosic technical approach as like a Hillbilly-RUSH. It’s what you might expect if ZZ Top and the Rolling Stones circa 1973 joined forces - it works everywhere from honky tonk bars through to the Grand Ole Opry. Solid soul-thumping percussion backing up a front-end of driving slide guitar topped off with a banjo and lap steel. They’re a feast for eyes and ears, delivering home-grown music laced with spirit from every influence of the Deep South… Except it arrives through a veneer of very British humour"