For a fourth year Roundhouse Rising returns to take place at the Roundhouse in London between Friday 21st and Sunday 23rd February 2014. The event presents new music acts across a wide range of genres as well as workshops, masterclasses and creative projects.
The first acts confirmed are Letherette, Mariam The Believer, Tim Exile (live), Dems, Letherette, Mariam The Believer, Tim Exile (live), Dems, Midnight Davis, Blessa, Fe, Prides, Shopping, Honningbarna, Fear of Men, Gaps, Wildebeats, The Brother Moves On, Little Simz, Fatu, Joel Baker, Cynikal, Ruby Goe, DJ Edott, Santino, Ophelia, Rayon Nelson, Whitney Williams, Juliyaa, Amarni Keller, Vanessa Gimenez, Jide Kuti, Saachi Sen, Fran Lobo, Laekyn, The Energy, Urban Development Vocal Collective (UDVC), Shift-Static, Phoenix Martins, Midnight Davis, Kirk Spencer, DJ Fauxlo, Cynikal, Tawaiah, Cudroid, Primitive Parts, Moon Gangs, Skinny Girl Diet, Sexbeat DJs, Roundhouse Choir, Hella Better Dancer, Kaitlyn Haggis, Jessica Carmody, All Too Animal, and Henry Webb J.
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Ticket prices vary depending upon event, £8 day + evening tickets and £14 for all day ticket (includes access to all day and evening events except Saturday Club) .
In addition, Rising will feature a whole range of projects, panels, talks and workshops.
Workshops are aimed at 14-25 year olds who are looking to gain a wealth of experience in the music industry whilst the panels will discuss a range of topics.
Generator will present an Artist Development Masterclass Day which will feature high profile music industry experts and offer insight, debate and practical advice for emerging artists and DIY music businesses.
CMU will present a second day of interviews, panels and insight sessions about getting started in the music business.
There will also be the café and several bars, as well as some events moving off-site to East London.
The Roundhouse is more than just a venue. Each year it helps 3000 11-25 year-olds from all backgrounds to realise their creative potential through opportunities in music, media and performing arts. Much of this work takes place in the Paul Hamlyn Roundhouse Studios - a dedicated creative centre for music and media production, broadcasting, performance and rehearsal, where young people work with industry professionals to learn and develop their skills.
4 days of live music, masterclasses, panels, workshops and creative projects with ticketholders encouraged to wander the building and get involved with live visuals from Eyes On The Wall, a mixtape artwork exhibition by Funny Tummy, a takeover by art collective Belly Kids and much more.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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