Rhythm Junction London is a celebration of vintage music and dance presented by Down for the Count Festivals. Reviving the glamour of the Swing Era, Rhythm Junction London puts live swing music centre-stage and offers dancers and music fans an unmissable vintage night out on the town. Following the sell-out success of their 2016 and 2017 events at The Tabernacle Notting Hill, the team return on Saturday 14th April 2018 for their sixth edition - set to be the very best Rhythm Junction London yet! Down for the Count are renowned on the vintage scene for their unique sound and energetic performance - as much fun to watch as to dance to. This "mini big band" play authentic 1930s, 40s and 50s big band and jive classics, and have performed at festivals and jazz clubs including Twinwood Festival, Ronnie Scott's, Hideaway Streatham, Pizza Express Soho and The London Swing Festival. Their latest album 'Let's Dance!' featuring classic vintage dance music was recently played on BBC Radio 2's Clare Teal show. They swing just like a full-scale dance orchestra but are not afraid to try something new, keeping audiences on their toes! Event Organiser Amelia Forster says "the idea for Rhythm Junction London came about when I started swing dancing and going to vintage events. I wanted to give people an authentic swing dance experience where they could enjoy the unique energy created by live music - a real vintage night out!" Described as "the next big thing on the swing music and dance calendar", Rhythm Junction London calls out for people to get dressed up, dance and have a ball!