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Brixton Academy crowd crush: inquest into deaths has “strong possibility of criminal charges”

NME 27 Jan 2023
On December 15, 2022, Brixton Academy was swarmed by concertgoers who did not have tickets to that night’s Asake concert; an announcement made inside the venue claimed that some 3,000 people had “breached the door”, leading to a crush that sent eight people to hospital (with four of them in a critical condition).
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What’s happening to upcoming gigs at O2 Academy Brixton?

NME 18 Jan 2023
O2 Academy Brixton will remain closed until April following the fatal crowd crush at an Asake concert at the venue in December ... After O2 Academy Brixton’s licence was temporarily suspended until January 16, Lambeth Council said that they would meet again on that date to discuss the future of the venue.
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Brixton businesses ‘worried’ as O2 Academy licence suspension hits takings

Belfast Telegraph 16 Jan 2023
“When there is a concert on we get a nice number of 20 people in, all in groups of two ... Rebecca Ikumelo, 33, who died following a crowd crush outside an Asake concert at the O2 Academy Brixton (Family handout/PA) ... Rebecca Ikumelo, 33, who died following a crowd crush outside an Asake concert at the O2 Academy Brixton (Family handout/PA).
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Brixton O2 Academy will remain shut while police investigate crush

The Observer 15 Jan 2023
Brixton O2 Academy is to remain shut for a further three months after a crush that left two people dead ... Early reports suggested the crush had been caused by large numbers of fans trying to gain access to the concert without tickets, although witnesses have questioned that account ... Witnesses to Brixton concert crush say many fans outside had tickets.
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Brixton Academy to remain closed until April following deaths in crush at Asake gig

Metro UK 14 Jan 2023
Brixton Academy will be shut for a further three months following the tragic incident (Picture ... Brixton Academy is set to remain closed until April, following the deaths at an Asake gig last month ... A third concert goer, aged 21, is still in hospital, fighting for their life.
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Brixton concert crush venue to remain closed for three months

BBC News 13 Jan 2023
The venue is shut for a further three months after two people died during an Asake gig in December. .
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Quavo pays a tear-jerking tribute to the late Takeoff with the moving song Without You... ...

The Daily Mail 05 Jan 2023
Quavo has paid a tear-jerking tribute to the late Takeoff with the moving song Without You. His bandmate and uncle Quavo, 31, shared the emotional new track in his memory. He sings ... The men behind the music ... Seen in 2015 ... RELATED ARTICLES ... from left, Migos, Takeoff, Offset, and Quavo Migos and Lil Yachty in concert at O2 Academy Brixton, London in 2017 ... .
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Brixton Academy Asake gig crush: Met Police issue new appeal with woman still in critical condition

NME 03 Jan 2023
The Met Police have issued a new appeal following two deaths caused by a crowd crush at last month’s Asake gig at the O2 Academy Brixton ... On 22 December, it was reported that Brixton ... Were you at the O2 Brixton Academy for the Asake concert on Thursday 15 December?.
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Which gigs are at risk of cancellation after temporary closure of O2 Academy Brixton?

Metro UK 23 Dec 2022
What gigs face cancellation now O2 Academy Brixton has temporarily closed its doors? (Picture ... O2 Academy Brixton has been forced to close until at least January 16 after two people died in a crush at the venue earlier this month ... 2ManyDJs postpone Brixton gig after tragic crowd crush at Asake concert.
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Brixton Academy is SHUT after crowd crush deaths: Future of iconic music venue in doubt ...

The Daily Mail 22 Dec 2022
Brixton Academy has been ordered to stay closed for a month after two people died when they were crushed at a gig last week. A concert by Afro-pop artist Asake on December 15 had to be ... How did Rebecca go to a concert in London and die in a...
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Brixton Academy could face temporary closure after mother-of-two and security guard died in crush at ...

The Daily Mail 22 Dec 2022
Brixton Academy could be temporarily closed after two people died when they were crushed at a gig. A concert by Afro-pop artist ... How did Rebecca go to a concert in London and die in a... Heartbroken partner pays tribute to second Brixton O2 victim...
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Brixton Academy has its licence suspended after two killed in gig crush

Metro UK 22 Dec 2022
The Brixton 02 Academy’s licence has been suspended after two people were killed in a crowd crush at a gig last week ... Police at the scene in Brixton following the crush (Picture ... Security guard, 23, dies after being crushed while working at Brixton Academy ... 2ManyDJs postpone Brixton gig after tragic crowd crush at Asake concert.
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Brixton Academy to temporarily close following deaths at Asake gig

NME 22 Dec 2022
London venue Brixton Academy is set to temporarily close for the next month following two deaths caused by a crowd crush at last week’s Asake gig ... The O2 Academy Brixton must temporarily shut following the crowd crush at the Asake concert last week, Lambeth Council has decided.
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Asake concert crush: what happened on the night at London venue

The Observer 21 Dec 2022
Yet it ended in horror, as a crush outside Brixton O2 Academy last week led to the death of two people, left a third person in a critical condition and several others needing hospital care ... Looks like it was kicking off at the asake concert #asake #brixton #Concert pic.twitter.com/I491VlW6Jh— wizz (@wizzCEO_) December 15, 2022.

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