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Summer Series at Somerset House returns with Beadie Eye and Blondie 

added: 1 Jun 2011 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Summer Series at Somerset House, set in the spectacular courtyard of one of London's most renowned public buildings, has confirmed the full line-up of artists for this year's programme, running from 7 to 17 July.

London's premiere open air venue has confirmed a host of exciting new and fast-rising talent, including Miles Kane, Dionne Bromfield, Cloud Control and Yasmin.

July 07 EELS w/ Jesca Hoop ' SOLD OUT
July 08 PROFESSOR GREEN w/ Ed Drewett
July 09 STORNOWAY w/ Cloud Control
July 10 ALOE BLACC w/ Dionne Bromfield & Yasmin & Special Guests
July 11 IMELDA MAY w/ Big Boy Bloater & Vintage Trouble
July 12 BEADY EYE w/ Miles Kane ' SOLD OUT
July 13 BLONDIE w/ Friends Electric ' SOLD OUT
July 14 HURTS w/ Gaggle & Saint Saviour ' SOLD OUT
July 15 ELLIE GOULDING w/ The Knocks ' SOLD OUT
July 16 LAMB w/ Delilah
July 17 MY MORNING JACKET w/ The Head and The Heart

Tickets from £22.50 - £35.00 (plus booking fee) available online at www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.somersethouse.org.uk

Five of the dates ' those headlined by EELS, Beady Eye, Blondie, Hurts and Ellie Goulding ' have now sold out. Limited tickets are available for the remaining shows, including celebratory performances by a clutch of 2010's breakthrough new artists Professor Green, Stornoway and Aloe Blacc; as well as one-off special shows by Imelda May and Lamb; and a final night performance from American alt-rock royalty My Morning Jacket.

In addition, Aloe Blacc's headline show will feature special guests and emerging artists as part of Somerset House's What Next project. What Next invites young people from across London to collaborate in workshops focusing on writing new music. Now in its third year, the project is being expanded with the launch of a new opportunity for four emerging young songwriters to develop their material with live musicians, mentor support, studio space and access to recording equipment and engineers. What Next is run by Somerset House in association with Rockschool, Bigga Fish, the University of Westminster and Metropolis Music.

For priority booking for Summer Series 2011 and to be kept informed about events at Somerset House please sign-up here: www.somersethouse.org.uk/music

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