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Line Up Revealed For AMP Sounds Closing Party At London's Roundhouse

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Annie Mac has announced the line up for the AMP Sounds closing party at the Roundhouse on February 24.

The DJ's latest event series will wrap up at the historic venue, following a month of shows across Camden throughout February. Take a look below to find out who has been lined up for the finale.

Featuring performances from the very best of AMP past, present and future, all proceeds from the evening will be donated to the Roundhouse Charity. Speaking about the line up, Annie said:

"For our first AMP Charity event and the last hurrah of the month AMP Sounds I wanted to represent the breadth of music that I love and the wealth of amazing artists in the mainstream right now. It is such a great time for pop music. Raye, Mabel, Not3s and Stefflon Don are dominating the charts and to have them all together on one stage will be a real moment. As a huge rap fan it means a lot to have some of the most respected rappers in the game, both old and new; Ghetts, Wretch 32 and Mist & Steel Banglez grace the stage. To close, I am really looking forward to DJing alongside my pals Disclosure. I’m so grateful to all of the artists for being generous enough to give their time for this party. Here’s to a night of great music and raising money for a very important cause."

Tickets go on sale at 10am on February 16. 

AMP Sounds Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu February 15 2018 - LONDON Jazz Cafe
Sat February 17 2018 - LONDON KOKO
Thu February 22 2018 - LONDON Jazz Cafe
Fri February 23 2018 - LONDON KOKO
Sat February 24 2018 - LONDON Roundhouse

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