Mojo Nation and The Toy Association to host Summer Party on DISTOY opening night

Mojo Nation and The Toy Association have partnered to host this year’s Summer Party to take place on the opening night of DISTOY this May.

Together, the Mojo Nation and the Toy Association will be uniting the toy and games industry on Tuesday, May 28th for a night of networking, boozing and quizzing at London’s Jerusalem Bar.

The night will play host to Sounds Familiar – ‘London’s best and most raucous music quiz’ – boasting over 100 tracks across eight rounds, covering everything from Wham! to Weller. (But not just sticking to the Ws)

There’ll be drinks and snacks on hand throughout the night, with prizes given to teams in 1st, 2nd, 3rd (and last) places.

“Members of The Toy Association have long made the annual sojourn to London for DISTOY and we look forward to joining them and all attendees on May 28th for a fun evening of networking and quizzing at Jerusalem Bar,” said Steve Pasierb, president and CEO at The Toy Association.

“It’s an honour to extend our Association’s on-going support of the toy, game, design and inventor communities as co-sponsors of Mojo-Nation’s opening night party. We encourage our members to join our team for what is certain to be a riotous music quiz.”

Doors open at 7pm, with the quiz kicking off at 8pm. To book your tickets, head to:

Book solo and Mojo Nation will find you a fun team on the night, or if you already have a team in mind, you can book in a group (of up to six people).

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