News The Big Moon, Arlo Parks, Phoebe Green and more to play Annie Mac Presents: London

The Big Moon, Arlo Parks, Phoebe Green and more to play Annie Mac Presents: London

Beabadoobee, Walt Disco, Master Peace and loads more will be performing at the multi-venue festival in March.

Taking place from the 4th - 7th March next year, Annie Mac is bringing AMP to London, with loads of new talent taking over multiple venues in the capital to show just why they’re considered the most exciting newbies about.

“AMP has been putting on events, parties and festivals globally for over 10 years now and AMP LONDON is an amalgamation of everything we have done so far; consisting of four days of music discovery and discussion in March 2020,” Annie explains. “We will be putting on over 20 shows across London, in some of the city’s most loved and respected venues, featuring some of the most exciting new artists breaking through as we enter another decade of new music, as well as hosting established and loved artists in smaller intimate spaces.”

Check out the full lineup below:

Wednesday 4th March

@ OSLO HACKNEY – The Big Moon, Talk Show, Drug Store Romeos

@ XOYO, SHOREDITCH – Miraa May, Benjiflow, Amaria

@ BETHNAL GREEN WORKING MENS CLUB – Arlo Parks, Collard

Thursday 5th March

@ CAMDEN ASSMEBLY, CAMDEN – Sam Tomkins, Ama, Finn Askew

@ LAFFYETTE, KINGS CROSS – Blossoms, Cabbage, Katy J Pearson

@ SHACKLEWELL ARMS, DALSTON – Phoebe Green, Lazarus Kane, Julia Bardo

@ BUSSEY BUILDING, PECKHAM – Lava La Rue, Master Peace, Pinty

Friday 6th March

@ CAMDEN HOUSE – AMP LONDON Conference

@ PRINTWORKS – Annie Mac + Guests

@ OSLO, HACKNEY – Joy Crookes, Tamera, Berwyn Du Bois

@ SEBRIGHT ARMS – The Snuts, Badgirl$

@ COURTYARD THEATRE, HOXTON – Remi Wolf, Lola Young

Saturday 7th March

@ SEABRIGHT ARMS – Hamzaa, Tayla Parxx

@ THE OLD BLUE LAST, SHOREDITCH – Everyone You Know, Noisy

@ THE LEXINGTON, KING’S CROSS – Inhaler, The Ninth Wave, Walt Disco

@ OMEARA, LONDON BRIDGE – Beabadoobee, Oscar Lang

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