2019 Somerset House Summer Series Lineup Announced


One year after we had the pleasure of attending The Somerset House Summer Series shows last year and got to experience the likes of Sigrid, Jorja Smith, Little Simz, Legendary Hip Hip group The Roots and more. The lineup for the 2019 Summer Series shows has been announced.

Set to return for another year the 11 day festival will yet again be back with what is looking like a strong range of artists set to take the stage. Kicking off with the Alternative R&B group and sensation The Internet, led by Syd there is no doubt that they will definitely be bringing all the feels to the crowd.

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Additional UK songstress NAO is also set to take the stage, after her return to music with her album Saturn we are very much looking forward to catching NAO live and seeing what she brings to the Somerset stage. After catching her opening for Lauryn Hill during her UK tour at the end of last year we can safely say that the crowds will not disappoint.

Additionally Spanish singer Rosalia who also seemed to have a great year last year after the release of her second album which brought her thought as an International artist to look out out. With the various sounds that range from her native Spanish musical abilities with a mixture of Pop and R&B vibes she will definitely bring different flavor to the crowds

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And if you are after a British soulful male voice then Jacob Banks will have you covered. After the release of his album Village Jacob has been all over the place in terms of performing and touring all over the place. As someone who is a refreshing sound to come out of the UK we cannot wait to see what he brings to the stage.

Other artists performing at the Summer Series include: Sons of Kemet, Doves, Selection, The Good The Bad and Quee and more. Check out the full lineup below.

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For more information and purchase ticket which go on sale on Friday March 22nd check out the Somerset House website here.

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