Join Tomorrow’s Warriors’ inspirational leaders and alumni, the Who’s Who of the biggest names in UK Jazz right now.

the development of the next generation
of young jazz stars

one of our founders, bass legend
Gary Crosby receiving the prestigious
Queen’s Medal for Music
for his life-changing work with
Tomorrow’s Warriors and
its extraordinary impact
on the musical life of the nation

More than just a party

You’ll have a Ball!

Tuesday 28 January 2020

Shoreditch Town Hall, London

6.30pm: Drinks Reception

Midnight: Carriages

Dress Code: Evening Wear

1 x table for 10 guests
Drinks reception
3-course meal
Unlimited wine and champagne
Half-page advert in Event Programme 

1 x ticket to join a table at The London Jazz Ball
Drinks reception
3-course meal
Unlimited wine and champagne

Tomorrow’s Warriors needs your help to continue the ground-breaking star-making work of our award-winning Young Artist Development Programme at London’s Southbank Centre.

“The Tomorrow’s Warriors vision of a jazz party anyone can join, regardless of background, culture, gender or education, and making music anyone can tune into…”

John Fordham, The Guardian
Photo by Howard Denner/ Retna Pictures

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“Quite often you need someone who plants the seed and then nurtures it and helps it grow into something and that’s what Tomorrow’s Warriors was for me. Beyond just teaching me how to be a jazz musician, on a deeper level it’s about how to look after yourself, how to look after your friends; that extensive community, that sense of feeling proud to be black, being proud to be a man, being proud to be a woman, whatever you are. You know all of that came from Tomorrow’s Warriors in a big way and a lot of that is in our music. Every interview you’ve ever heard from me, I would have said Tomorrow’s Warriors at some point because it’s so integral and it’s the type of thing that should be championed tirelessly because that to me right there is like absolutely what makes London one of the greatest cities in the galaxy.”

Femi Koleoso (Ezra Collective)