Roundhouse Rising Festival 2017

Saturday 11 - Sunday 19 February

Discover tomorrow’s headliners at our festival of new music

Discover tomorrow’s headliners at our festival of new music, Roundhouse Rising Festival.

Following an incredible week in 2016, the seventh addition of Rising Festival will bring nine days of genre-spanning live music from the most exciting fresh talent. Plus get ahead in the industry with a host of panels, workshops, demos and talks from the big names in the business.

Catch intimate live performances from the next big acts before they break, including Glaswegian four-piece Catholic Action, afrobeat artist and MOBO nominee Mista Silva, Roundhouse Resident Artists on-the-rise Edges and hip hop collective SumoChief, plus we bring together leading club scene tastemakers from around the globe for a late-night DJ soundclash and BBC Music Introducing presents some of their favourite emerging acts from around the UK.

For the first time ever, Roundhouse Rising Festival 2017 will also celebrate the success of its alumni with a headline show in our iconic Main Space from rapper Little Simz, who returns after a thrilling set in 2014 with special guests including hip hop sensation Mick Jenkins.

Each night will see support sets from Roundhouse Resident Artists plus many more unmissable acts to be discovered.

What You Missed

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Roundhouse Rising Festival

Little Simz

with Mick Jenkins + NÉRIJA + SIPPRELL + TIFFANY GOUCHÉ + Space Age

Sunday 12 Feb 2017


City Serenades

wIth Bat and Ball + Acre Tarn + Chloe Leigh and the Willow Trio

Tuesday 14 February 2017

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Roundhouse Rising Festival and Springboard Live


+ Maya Law & Allergy Kid + 4th Project + Abnormal Sleepz

Wednesday 15 Feb 2017

Rising Soundsystem

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Rising Soundclash

with Boko! Boko!, InGoodCompany, S I S T E R, So Future + Born N Bread

Friday 17 February 2017


Roundhouse Rising Festival and Jazz re:freshed


+ KOKOROKO + Awate + Roundhouse Music Collective

Sunday 19 Feb 2017