£22 – £28

UnampliFire 2018

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Master Shipwright's Palace

Watergate Street

London

SE8 3JF

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The fourth edition of the Nest Collective's unplugged celebration of worldwide roots music

Join us on the banks of the Thames for non stop music across 4 stages, indoors and out

Craft beer, French wine, Breton cider and Gosnell's London Mead

Delicious freshly prepared food

Campfire singarounds and more!

Featuring:

Sam Amidon • Irish-American singer, fiddler, guitarist, banjo player, and prolific collaborator “weaves his own new tunes into worn, weary, seemingly ageless sagas.” – NPR

Sam Lee & Friends • Mercury Prize nominated folk singer, song collector and animateur "Britain's most inventive folk singer" – Songlines

Santiago Quartet • Ensemble bringing classical virtuosity to the music of Latin America “Melancholy sensuality.” – Songlines Magazine

Mesadorm • Somewhere between Suzanne Vega's domestic observations and Bjork's elemental other-worldliness

Faith Mussa • Malawi-born "electronic one man band" combining traditional African vibes with modern sounds

Findlay Napier • Glasgow folk singer, songwriter, and erstwhile stand up comedian "Weird" - Sunday Mail

Leonie Evans • “Jazz and Folk flirt en route to New Orleans via Canterbury with Evans’ slinky, supple vocal…" – Prog Magazine

Stillhouse • Progressive acoustic music “ Impressively stylish” – fRoots

Fran & Flora • "A string duo bound for glory..." - DJ Max Reinhardt, BBC Late Junction

Sarah Jane Scouten • Canadian alt-country chanteuse “A sterling example of the top grade Americana coming out of Canada.” – Folk Radio UK

Balladeste • Songs without words with a contemporary alt-folk twist from this string duo

Sergio Beercock • Anglo-Sicilian singer-songwriter with one foot in acoustic music, the other in theatre

Land Of If • Soul-folk-jazz quintet with influences as diverse as Nick Drake and Béla Bartók

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Master Shipwright's Palace

Watergate Street

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SE8 3JF

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