BBC Music Festival to Celebrate International Women's Day with All-Female Line-up
BBC Radio 6 Music Festival will return this year from 6 to 8 March, taking place in various venues across Camden, London. Now in its seventh year, the festival hosts three days of music performances and DJ sets, featuring artists such as singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka, electronic artist and singer Róisín Murphy and indie-rock band Bombay Bicycle Club.
This year, the festival will celebrate International Women’s Day (8 March) with a special event at the Roundhouse, featuring an all-female line-up. American singer and vocalist of alternative rock band Sonic Youth, Kim Gordon, will perform, as well as spoken-word artist Kate Tempest and front woman of English rock band Savages, Jehnny Beth.
Composer and electronic artist Anna Meredith is also on the line-up for the event, as well as indie-jazz singer Nadine Shah.
Also performing at the festival
On Friday 6 March, indie songwriter Michael Kiwanuka will play at the Roundhouse, as well as American songwriter and vocalist with Alabama Shakes Brittany Howard, rock act Black Midi and post-punk group Black Country, New Road.
Irish electronic artist and singer Róisín Murphy will perform on 7 March at the Roundhouse, along with rapper and mixed-media artist Kojey Radical, London indie four-piece The Big Moon and indie-rock band The Orielles. Bombay Bicycle Club will perform at Electric Ballroom on Sunday, while other acts featured on the line-up include R&B artist Gaika, turntablist DJ Yoda, New Orleans brass ensemble Hot 8 Brass Band and more.
The festival will be broadcast on BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Sounds throughout the weekend and performances at Roundhouse, Dingwalls and the Electric Ballroom will be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer.
For further information and ticketing, visit https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/e2hp8g
Published on 24 January 2020