Festivals Amyl and the Sniffers, Rina Sawayama, Suzi Wu among acts for AMP London

Amyl and the Sniffers, Rina Sawayama, Suzi Wu among acts for AMP London

Annie Mac’s taking over London, pretty much.

Amyl and the Sniffers, Rina Sawayama, Suzi Wu and Squid are among the acts confirmed for the inaugural AMP London event.

Coming, as the name suggests, from Annie Mac’s AMP, the event will feature gigs across London between 27th and 30th March, plus a handful of daytime talks.

“AMP LONDON is an accumulation of what we’ve done for years.” says Annie. “Prioritising music discovery and supporting bands and artists, AMP LONDON aims to celebrate and consolidate London’s globally renowned music scene, inspire conversations around music, and, ultimately create something that is culturally impactful and invigorating for music lovers of multiple genres.”

The gigs are:

Wednesday 27th March
Moth Club - Rina Sawayama, Georgia, Suzi Wu
Oslo - Mahalia, Kojey Radical, Celeste
XOYO - Theophilius London, Jimothy Lacoste
Bethnal Green Working Mens Club - Sam Fender, Another Sky

Thursday 28th March
Hoxton Bar & Kitchen - Puma Blue, Babeheaven, Miink
Miranda - Chip
Pickle Factory - Annie Mac
Sebright Arms - Koffee, Alicai Harley, Sir DJ Corey

Friday 29th March
Printworks - Annie Mac, DJ Kose, George Fitzgerald b2b DJ Seinfeld, Paul Woolford vs Special Request, Catz ’n Dogz, PBR Streetgang, Prosa, Mafalda, Anu, Martha
Old Blue Last - Big Zuu, Jelani Blackman
Shacklewell Arms - Amyl and the Sniffers, Pip Blom, Squid
Courtyard Theatre - TBA
Moth Club - ‘Industry’ daytime conference

Saturday 30th March
Oval Space - Special Guests TBA
Hackney Empire - Special Guests TBA
Moth Club - ‘Next Generation’ daytime conference

Tickets are on general sale from 9am on Friday 1st February.

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