Emerge is London’s Lates Festival, where Night at the Museum meets Glastonbury. Over two nights this September (27th and 28th), Emerge will transform 40 of London’s most iconic museums and galleries from dusk to the early hours with some of the capital’s most electrifying entertainment.
Mercury Music Prize nominees, Jungle, have just announced an after-hours DJ set at the Natural History Museum and Gilles Peterson's Breakthrough Act of the Year, Ady Suleiman, will bring his neo-soul melodies to the Horniman's bandstand, supported by one of NME's essential artists, Poppy Ajudha.
Also on: Electronica jazzwise band, Ishmael Ensemble at the Design Museum. R'n'B phenomenon, Kate Stewart, in a church. Electronica afro-pop trio, Benin City, bring the groove to a Victorian warehouse courtyard and a night curated by UK rapper Flohio and Livity featuring Greentea Peng and A2 at the swish Banqueting House. Underground art collectives. A roof terrace gin bar. Sunset silent disco on Tower Bridge... All on one festival ticket.
18-30s £15/night or £20/weekend
30+ £25/night or £40/weekend