Headliners @ Madame Jojo's, Soho, London - 16, 17 September, 2009

HEADLINERS @ Madame Jojo's, Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th September, 2009

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Sophie Ellis-Bextor



V.V. Brown

V.V. Brown

For two days in September, Soho celebrates its rebirth as the hub of London’s live music scene!

Over 50 music acts from a wide range of genres will perform in and around Soho on September 16th and 17th, in up to 20 of the area’s finest venues, filling Soho with that unmistakable buzz of excitement familiar since the Fifties and Sixties.

Ticket-holders will receive a pass enabling them to wander from venue to venue choosing which acts they want to see. A predominant venue will be Madame Jojo’s, which holds a genuine place in the history of popular music reaching back to the Mod years and beyond.

HEADLINERS celebrates London's love of music, and at a time when leading Soho music venues are being closed down, will re-ignite the area’s music scene with two days of noise, fun and talent.

It will showcase the diversity of London’s broad music culture, featuring the best in pop, alternative, dance and more, performed across venues that lie on many Londoners’ doorsteps, some of which are rarely used for live music performance. It will also be a reminder of just how many vibrant live music venues do actually operate in this location.

A wristband system will be used enabling music fans to move between venues seeing as many different bands as they want. Chart-topping acts will rub shoulders with breaking new bands, and up and coming talent will find themselves sharing stages with the finest singer-songwriters around. The event will also include a number of impromptu free gigs in both established and more innovative, unexpected venues.

Artists already confirmed include:

Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Doves - A Flock of Seagulls - The Magic Numbers - V.V. Brown - Just Jack - Gabriella Cilmi - Esser - Frankmusik - Ben Howard - Biffy Clyro - Tommy Sparks - Tommy Reilly - The Boxer Rebellion - Fink - Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Animal Kingdom - Flood Of Red - Daniel Merriweather - Dot Allison - DJ Yoda - Magistrates - MPHO - Ghostcat - Kurran and the Wolfnotes - Raygun - The Boy Who Trapped The Sun ...

Tickets are on sale for £20 for one night or £40 for both nights. There are limited passes available for £17.50 for one night and £30 for both nights if bought through the event website or by taking your copy of thelondonpaper into participating HMV stores - visit the event website for a full list of participating stores.

Visit: thelondonpaper Headliners now to sign-up for free; for an updated list of artists taking part; for ticket details and to keep up with all the developments as they happen.

Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th September, 2009
Times: TBA on http://thelondonpaperheadliners.com
Price: £20 for one night; £40 for both nights
Special discounts available if bought through www.thelondonpaper.com/headliners or by taking your copy of thelondonpaper into participating HMV stores visit www.thelondonpaper.com/headliners for a full list of participating stores.

Madame Jojo's
8 - 10 Brewer Street, London, W1F 0SE
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus.
020 7734 3040
[email protected]

Madame Jojo's Official Website

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