This summer London’s Somerset House is once again hosting a huge festival.

The iconic venue will showcase a diverse group of acts for its Summer Series.

Eleven artists will headline each day of the event and turn the spot into a vibrant festival.

Opening the festival on July 11 are multi-genre group The Internet, who’ll finish up their world tour at the event.

Also headlining on the first weekend are soul star NAO on July 12, Sons of Kemet on July 13 and Jacob Banks on July 14, who returns to headline after a support slot back in 2013.

NAO is headlining Summer Series

Spanish popstar Rosalía tops the bill on July 15 for her biggest UK show to date, trio Doves on July 16 and The Good, The Bad and The Queen from the talents of Damon Albarn, Paul Simonon, Simon Tong and renowned drummer, Tony Allen headline on July 17.

Also on the lineup are Parcels on July 18, Cut Copy in a London festival exclusive on July 19 and Soulection on July 20 who’ll be joined by Sango, Joe Kay, Andre Power and Shaka Lion for DJ sets plus live performances from Xavier Omar, Tay Iwar and Zilo from afternoon to night.

Closing the festival are Gossip who’ll bring their signature sound and hits including ‘Standing in the Way of Control’ to Somerset House on July 21.

Somerset House overlooks the River Thames and is a tourist hotspot thanks to its stunning Georgian architecture. It is also a popular filming location and has appeared in James Bond films GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies, as well as Sherlock Holmes and Sleepy Hollow.

Find out how to get tickets below.

How to get tickets

They’ll be available from Ticketmaster here from 10am on Friday, March 22.

General admission tickets are priced between £31.25-£41.25.

GA enhanced tickets are priced from £56.25.

What’s the lineup?

Thursday July 11 – The Internet

Friday July 12 – NAO

Saturday July 13 – Sons of Kemet

Sunday July 14 – Jacob Banks

Monday July 15 – Rosalía

Tuesday July 16 – Doves

Wednesday July 17 – The Good, The Bad and The Queen

Thursday July 18 – Parcels

Friday July 19 – Cut Copy

Saturday July 20 – Soulection

Sunday July 21 – Gossip



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