CloseUp Festival 2017: Headliner Announcement

CloseUp Festival 2017 is happening again! This year it takes place in central London, in the heart of Shoreditch at the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen. With our buddies at Jagermeister supplying the drinks, and some incredible artists taking care of the tunes, it should be massive day for one of London’s most exciting day festivals.

We’ve just announced the headliners for this years festival, and we are delighted. We’ll be bringing EKKAH, KYKO & Jerry Williams to this years event, 3 of the most exciting and most talked about acts in the UK right now.

EKKAH will be headlining the main stage, a band that needs no introduction. Compared to the likes of Daft Punk, Haim and more is no mean feat, but their groovy pop-infused beats will be the perfect way to end CloseUp Festival 2017.

KYKO is one of the hottest properties in music right now. With millions of streams on Spotify and numerous massive London headline shows (including a sold out Omeara just weeks ago) don’t miss another huge London date for CloseUp on May 13th.

Jerry Williams has had an incredible 6 months, with 4Music coverage, Radio 1 plays a-many and even scooping the highly coveted PRS music prize, she’ll be headlining our ‘Stripped Back’ stage. Her captivating and diverse set will not to be missed.

They join host of incredible artists already announced:

Model Aeroplanes, The Bulletproof Bomb, Marsicans, Martin Luke Brown, Glass Peaks, Hows Harry, JAKL & Sasha Brown.

With a small amount of early bird tickets left, don’t miss out on what will be one of London’s best and biggest one day lineups in 2017.

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Tickets: DICE // Ticketweb

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