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5 music events to get excited about in 2019

5 music events to get excited about in 2019

----------- By KitSound Audio on 07/01/2019

After a 2018 full of music that left us breathless (you can see the round up of our highlights here) but asking for more, we look ahead at some of the biggest music events set to shake the world in 2019….

Stormzy headlines Glastonbury 2019

Need we say more? After its quinquennial (yes, that’s a word) fallow year break, the big one is back. And we cannot be more excited now the Croydon-born legend is headlining. We also love a “first”, and Stormzy will be the first grime artist to headline the largest greenfield festival in the world.

Stormzy Friday

The return of Rihanna

Everyone’s talking about the return of the amazingly talented pop artist/actress/designer, who is dropping her ninth studio to the world in 2019. It’s been several years since the latest blast of music from Rihanna, so nobody knows what to expect.

The return of Rihanna

The rise of Sam Fender

Okay, the secrets out. The KitSound team have had Sam Fender playing on repeat for longer than they’d care to admit. But who can blame us? The Tyneside born singer-songwriter has nailed that catching-riff-malarkey, and we can’t stop listening!

He was tipped as one of the biggest Sounds of 2018 by BBC Music, and it was later announced that he had won the Critics’ Choice Award at the BRITS, which he’ll collect in February. We have high hopes for this chap in 2019. If you’ve not heard his track That Sound you need to get yourself over to your preferred music app and give it a play…stat!

Lady Gaga phase 2

After she showed us a new side of herself in 2018’s hit movie A Star is Born, Lady Gaga could be back on the pop scene once again. Rumour has it that she has been working with PC music producer SOPHIE to make the magic happen. At least before the talented star is asked to be ‘born again’ on the big screen…

Lady Gaga phase 2

Little Mix mix it up on tour

One of the biggest bands at the moment, the five girls are touring on the back of their amazing album LM5 which took the world by storm. Set for Autumn 2019, Little Mix are performing a minimum of three shows across most of the UK’s major cities. Apparently they will have some surprises in store…

Little Mix mix it up on tour

Posted in Blog, Blog, Events, Highlights, Inspiration, Music News and tagged 2019, festival, glastonbury, Lady Gaga, Little Mix, music, music festival, new music, rihanna, sam fender, star is born, stormzy

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