Annie Leibovitz - Annie Leibovitz attends a photocall in Somerset House to promote 'Women: New Portraits' which launches in London Januray 2016. at Somerset House - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 28th October 2015
Atmosphere - Around 30 Mods on scooters, including Vespas and Lambrettas, arrive to celebrate the extension of Somerset House's 'The Jam: About the Young Idea' exhibition at Somerset House, The Strand, Somerset House - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 22nd August 2015
Guy Ritchie , Jaqui Ainsley - Film4 Summer Screening - 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E' - People's Premiere held at Somerset House in London at Somerset House - London, United Kingdom - Friday 7th August 2015
Festival fun in London! Highlights include Jabberwocky, Camden Crawl and Wireless...
If you want a unique festival experience this year, London could be the place for you. Featuring a diverse range of events from the independent ethics of Jabberwocky to the mainstream attitude of Wireless, 2014 is not all about the States.
The UK is home to some incredible, highly respected music festivals such as Isle of Wight Festival, Leeds and Reading Festival and, of course, Glastonbury - but just what do we have in store from the nation's capital? London is unquestionably the UK's most vibrant city and, when it comes to music, there's really no denying that. The rest of the world may have SXSW, Coachella, Ultra and Exit (to name but a very small few), but London has a plethora of unique local events with line-ups and atmospheres that really prove their worth - and we're here to share them with you.
Jabberwocky (August 15th-16th)
All Tomorrow's Parties present this brand new festival for 2014, co-hosted by Pitchfork and Primavera Sound and set to take place at The Excel Centre this August. For its inaugural event, Jabberwocky will see headline acts from Neutral Milk Hotel, James Blake, Darkside and Caribou, not to mention support from Kurt Vile & The Violators, Hookworms and Electric Wizard. Like many of the best festivals, it's not all about the music as Jabberwocky will be hosting some film events and, as the name suggests, there'll be plenty of art to enjoy too. Tickets are priced at £38.50 per day.
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