To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love, the Psychedelic Society of Brighton bring you The Sunshine Makers, the story of Nick Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of 1960s American drug counter-culture. The film will be followed by speakers and an after party presented by 3EYE.
7.30pm The Sunshine Makers
Followed by stories from the psychedelic world over the past 50 years. Speakers to be announced.
9:30pm 3EYE Disko’s Summer of Love
3EYE DJs play music to inside-out-outside-in your perceptions in a dancing, spinning, diving into a cool pool of sunshine and overwhelming fire. Sounds from before 1967’s moment zero and after it, the second Summer of Love and furthur and faar. Hold no prisoners. Take every chance. Get In To Get Out. Dance!
Plus Puppets Alan Watts and Timothy Leary in conversation, dress up to get down, astral projections, performances (tba), interventions (tba) and surprises!
The only war that matters is the war against the imagination. Holy, fierce, precise, vast, elegant, light.
This is not a drill and not a turn back time into peak nostalgia. We celebrate the enduring and valuable influence that the 1967 Summer of Love and the stories that surround it have on us and on our psychedelic culture. Everyone is welcome (No Dicks).
Limited early bird tickets available soon. Space for the film screening are limited to 120 (event capacity 200) – first come first served on the night.