This is a sponsored article on behalf of JägerHaus.
Hot music acts. Cold drinks. That's how Jägermeister's JägerHaus is doing things this summer.
After 2018's banging success, the JägerHaus — a Bauhaus-style two-storey building with VIP loft, backyard, basement bar and warehouse — is back at All Points East, one of London's must-do music festivals.
While the ice cold shots of Jägermeister and Jägermeister Mule cocktails (Jägermeister, ginger beer, lime, cucumber) flow, visitors to the JägerHaus can groove away to intimate sets from top musicians. This time round, the line-up includes Gruff Rhys, Gold Panda, Bill Ryder-Jones, Romare, Hollie Cook and Self Esteem.
Add to that, DJ sets from bands on the All Points East bill, including The Vaccines and Fat White Family. They know a thing or two about quality tunes.
The JägerHaus is at All Points East for the duration of the festival (two long weekends between 24 May-2 June).
Even better, on the bank holiday Monday of 27 May, you can enjoy a full day of free entry activities, a music programme curated by Soho Radio and free cocktail meisterclasses. Places are limited, though, so keep an eye on our Instagram for the chance to secure a spot for you and a friend, and get ready to learn the history behind the iconic herbal liquor, find out why Jägermeister is best served at -18°, and mix delicious Jägermeister cocktails.
For more information, visit the JägerHaus website.