Annie Mac announces female headliners Joy Crookes, Beabadoobee, Arlo Parks and Miraa May for inaugural events series


Britain’s premier music tastemaker Annie Mac has announced the return of AMP LONDON with the first announcement of artists. The event will run from Wednesday 4th March until Saturday 7th March, bringing the best new talent in music, from a variety of genres, to the capital’s most loved music venues.

AMP LONDON is a showcase and celebration of music across a multitude of genres, featuring intimate underplays with world class artists, future female headliners and emerging indie talent, as Annie Mac explains:

“AMP has been putting on events, parties and festivals globally for over 10 years now and AMP LONDON is an amalgamation of everything we have done so far; consisting of four days of music discovery and discussion in March 2020. We will be putting on over 20 shows across London, in some of the city’s most loved and respected venues, featuring some of the most exciting new artists breaking through as we enter another decade of new music, as well as hosting established and loved artists in smaller intimate spaces.”

Over four days, AMP London will take over the city with a line-up of the best new acts in music, across twenty-four shows in the capital’s most loved music venues, including Oslo, Camden Assembly, Shacklewell Arms, The Lexington, Laffyette and more.

These special live shows will be accompanied by a one-day conference at Camden House on Friday 6th March, which have been carefully curated by Annie Mac herself and will feature discussions around the next generation of music industry figureheads.