This year's Summer Series at Somerset House has been spectacular so far... but the fun's not over yet!
Norah Jones got the party going just over a week ago, putting in what The Telegraph called a "Bewitching" performance in the stunning setting of the courtyard under the blazing sun.
Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley followed on night two for a celebration of all things reggae and a few nods to his legendary father in the likes of 'Exodus' and 'Is This Love?'. As Gigwise put it: "As the sun set, leaving the venue illuminated by the glowingly grand windows of Somerset House, Damian effortlessly commanded the night with his undeniable stage presence and well-rehearsed performance proving that this is the kind of environment that allows him to thrive."
Judging by your tweets, y'all were in agreement!
Still buzzing from Damian Marley @SomersetHouse. The sun was shining, the weather was sweet & it made us want to move our dancing feet— Lesley Pinder (@lesleyjpinder) July 7, 2017
Over the last week we've had Birdy...
and the sensational Warpaint take to the stage.
And when The Robert Glasper Experiment graced the stage on Tuesday, a string of very special guests appeared - Omar, Corinne Bailey Rae, Laura Mvula and the one and only Common...
...so you never know who might pop up at the remaining shows!
All the action has been taking place in the gorgeous setting of Somerset House's courtyard, with incredible gourmet food stands for all, and a festive spirit you can't deny. Of the Warpaint show, The Line Of Best Fit noted: "Stepping into the courtyard of Somerset House you’re taken away from the busy riverside streets and instantly transported into a small stone-paved festival."
So even if you don't know Mashrou' Leila or Songhoy Blues' music, we thoroughly recommend getting down to one of the remaining shows at Somerset House to experience the Summer Series for yourself!
14 - Tom Misch (Live) + Very Special Guests
15 - Mashrou' Leila
16 - Songhoy Blues
Tonight's Tom Misch show is all but sold out... however you can still pick up tickets for Mashrou' Leila and Songhoy Blues below!