The TN card kicked off another year of member events, this time at even flow, the independent café and music shop in St John’s Road.
Sixty people joined the TN card founder Jess Gibson and even flow owners Matt and Fabs Lord along with their daughters and team for a fun night of food, drink and music. The special occasion also marked both businesses’ three-year anniversary.
Matt welcomed guests with fizz and beers before Fabs brought out a selection of homemade canapés, including Brazilian caldinho (black bean and bacon soup shots with crispy greens), pão de queijo (mini gluten-free cheese breads), crostini with tomato salsa and mini cupcakes. With Jess asking the questions, the couple shared their journey so far with everyone and revealed some exciting plans for the year ahead. These include opening their second site in Royal Victoria Place’s Ely Court later this month.
Guests browsed the shop’s extensive vinyl selection and also enjoyed 20% off album purchases on the night. Manning the decks were even flow regulars DJ Chris and DJ Dave who had everyone dancing with their mix of hip-hop and dance tunes. Thanks to donations from non-members to attend, the event raised £172 for the TN card’s charity partner West Kent Mind.