There will also be Bowie nights at local pubs and restaurants.
The Prince Albert pub posted on Facebook: "Tonight, we’re going to drink, dance and celebrate Brixton’s finest son with a night of David Bowie music in the Prince Albert on Coldharbour Lane Brixton – not far from where the great man was born.
"We’ll be playing his hits, album tracks, obscurities and more – plus some of his musical influences and the artists he inspired – and screening videos and photos of the great man.
"Please come and join us and share a toast toast to the genius that was David Robert Jones, aka David Bowie. We loved his music and are devastated by his death.
"It’s free admission all night. Dress up if you feel like it. Let’s do Bowie proud."
CLICK TO PLAY
Lifelong Bowie fan Brendan McGowan, 53, said he was 'stunned' and 'saddened' at the news of the rockstar's passing.
He said: "I was absolutely stunned. The guy just brings out a new album, which will obviously go to number one now, and you're thinking - great - there's more music in him.
"You just don't imagine a guy with that much energy and creativity and commitment to music is going to die.
"The truth is, he's had this cancer for eighteen months, so he recorded this album while he knew he was dying.
"People will start listening to that album and looking at it in a completely different way.