The autumn/winter line-ups so far consist of big names and emerging artists alike, kicking off this week with a special show from Annie Mac and Ell Murphy. The sold-out show marks the first of the autumn run for the new venue and the official opening of the brand new space.
In the weeks following, HERE at Outernet brings in Italian trio Meduza who are set to perform a live show, Floating Points, Amaliah, Daniel Avery, Boy Better Know’s DJ Maximum, and Soulection co-founder Joe Kay.
HERE at Outernet caters to electronic line-ups and live performances every Friday and Saturday night through autumn and winter. Elsewhere, the venue will operate as a live venue for artists spanning indie, pop, rap, theatre, and drag events.
As part of HERE’s live line-up, British grime MC JME is set to take to the stage later this year, as well as soul group Gabriels, DJ and producer LYZZA, techno veteran LSDXOXO, Australian group Gangs Of Youths, and more.
On Friday, November 11, house legend Kerri Chandler will take to the stage to mark the release of his next album, ‘Spaces and Places’, where he’ll dig deep into his expansive collection across a six-hour set.
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The new 2,000-capacity venue was unveiled in March this year, promising to be the largest live music venue built in central London since the 1940s.
“Launching HERE at Outernet is going to be very special as we combine a world-class venue with the power of the wider Outernet campus,” said HERE at Outernet founders Robert Butters and Karrie Goldberg.
Find HERE at Outernet's opening season line-ups here.
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