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Event schedule details

Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 June


Event location details

Exhibition Road

Hear an eclectic range of performances from the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal College of Music and many more!

Programme: Saturday 18 June

12.00-12.45: Albert's Band

13.15-14.00: Tee Peters and the Working Class

14.30-15.15: The Higher Planes

15.45-16.30: Tomorrow's Warriors Female Frontline

17.00-17.45: Hackney Colliery Band

Programme: Sunday 19 June

12.00-12.45: Albert's Band

13.15-14.00: Hutch & Maddy

14.30-15.15: RCM Student Union Jazz band

15.45-16.30: Tomorrow's Warriors Female Frontline

17.00-17.45: Hackney Colliery Band

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Albert's Band

A versatile and highly skilled group of musicians, Albert’s Band put on bespoke performances and workshops for all ages, both at the Royal Albert Hall and in the community. 

Tee Peters and the Working Class

With his latest track “Pressure” appearing on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Hip Hop playlist in 2021, South London hip hop artist Tee Peters is a homegrown talent on the rise. With an emphasis on chill, conscious and catchy vocals, Peters’ music encourages people to cut out distractions and focus on living a purpose-filled life.

The Higher Planes

With radio play on BBC Introducing for their latest EP Tidal Wave, a UK tour supporting Hurray for the Riff Raff and appearances in international festivals, folk-rock quintet The Higher Planes are one of the most exciting bands coming out of South London, bringing a blend of classic folk, blues and soul with their own fresh slant for our times.

Tomorrow's Warriors Female Frontline

The 9-piece Tomorrow’s Warriors Female Frontline developed out of the award-winning Tomorrow’s Warriors Emerging Artist Development Programme. The ensemble embodies the Warrior spirit in more than just serious musical talent, playing a selection of upbeat jazz standards, funk and contemporary versions of some well-known classics.

Hackney Colliery Band

Since the release of Hackney Colliery Band’s eponymous debut album in 2011, the East London collective have blown their way into the public consciousness with their genre-bending combination of brass, reeds, percussion and electronics, firmly establishing themselves as one of the most exciting live bands in the UK.

Hutch & Maddy (Lyrix Organix)

Lyrix Organix are a youth centred arts organisation known for incubating the finest UK and international spoken word, rap, beatbox and live music in stages all around the country, including the famous Rum Shack at Glastonbury. Previous alumni include Kae Tempest, Kojey Radical and Lowkey.

RCM Student Union Jazz band

The RCM Student Union Jazz Band are a student-led ensemble performing an eclectic mix of repertoire from jazz standards to contemporary works.

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Performance on main stage