Tuesday 15 - Tuesday 29 October

Roundhouse Rising Festival the UK’s leading launch pad for next generation talent is back for its ninth year, bringing artists, fans and music professionals together for a unique showcase, celebration and exploration of new music.

Whether you’re looking to discover the best in new music and hotly tipped artists, or to witness the next big thing first, to launch your own music career or to meet other people with their finger on the pulse – we’ve got you covered. This year’s festival will take place 15 – 29 October, 2019.

Fresh from touring, GAIKA returns to headline the festival in the Main Space. At this year’s Rising Festival, the interdisciplinary artist will share his visionary perspectives through a multi-sensory tapestry of visuals and genre-defying music with an unmistakable British grit.

Catch intimate live performances from the next big artists, including Dublin’s kinetic, art-pop darlings, Æ MAK, West London Grime MC, Big Zuu, brazen Swedish-come-London pop artist and producer, Eva-Lina and electro-beats luminaries, Colossal SquidAKA Adam Betts and Kai Whiston.

Also returning this year, is the Rising Sounds Album Launch, which will feature live performances from 2019 album contributors.This is the place to discover the next FKA Twigs, Big Moon or Wolf Alice in an intimate setting. Keep an eye on further line up announcements.

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