Capital XTRA’s Music Potential UNLEASHED – Free Tickets Available Now!
10 May 2018, 17:02 | Updated: 15 May 2018, 15:02
UNLEASHED is back for another night of epic music at KOKO, Camden on 31st May. Find out all the info you need to know below.
Join us for a night of live music from Music Potential’s up & coming artists plus girl group M.O and rapper Not3s!
Previous UNLEASHED shows have featured performances from Fuse ODG, Stormzy and RAYE and are always an awesome night of talent.
Hosted by Capital XTRA presenters Jay London and Toni Phillips, UNLEASHED is a showcase of some of the best up & coming artists who have taken part in Capital XTRA’s Music Potential programme this year.
Not3s is a hard working guy and he’s had some of the biggest hits of the past year with ‘Addison Lee’, ‘Aladdin’ and ‘My lover’. M.O are the queens of style and we can’t get enough of their current single ‘Bad Vibes’ featuring Lotto Boyzz and Mr Eazi!
UNLEASHED is set to be an all-round awesome night, so join us for great music and new talent at a legendary venue!
Date: Thursday 31st May 2018
Venue: KOKO, Camden, 1A Camden High Street, London NW1 7JE
Time: 6pm – 10pm | Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm
Entry: This event is 14+ and all under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. Over 18's must bring ID to avoid disappointment.
See you on the dance floor!
Live music from up & coming artists, plus M.O and Not3s - register for FREE tickets to UNLEASHED here!
About Capital XTRA's Music Potential:
This year, Capital XTRA's Music Potential returned to London and Birmingham, and launched in Belfast for the first time. The programme inspires NEET young people aged 18-25 to improve their skills, develop talent and enhance employability through the hook of music. Working with the best music industry professionals, it offers unique opportunities through creative workshops, work experience, one to one mentoring, performance opportunities and supports young people to gain a nationally-recognised qualification. Music Potential operates as part of The Big Music Project and is funded by The Big Lottery Fund.