On Saturday 14th July, between 4pm-11pm, 3000 people will be treated to a once-in a lifetime outdoor show in Granary Square, London’s newest public space. As part of the collaborative spirit of the London 2012 Festival, Traction will pull together European acts on one stage in Granary Square, Kings Cross, London’s newest public space.
Curator Gilles Peterson has drawn inspiration from across the continent, choosing performers such as firm French favourite Sébastien Tellier, spoken word artist Ghostpoet from the UK, Dutch jazz-funk specialist Benny Sings and Eurostar Records’ very own London trio Plugs, among others, to create a series of unique cross-cultural collaborations and a great day of music.

On Saturday 14th July, between 4pm-11pm, 3000 people will be treated to a once-in a lifetime outdoor show in Granary Square, London’s newest public space. As part of the collaborative spirit of the London 2012 Festival, Traction will pull together European acts on one stage in Granary Square, Kings Cross, London’s newest public space.

Curator Gilles Peterson has drawn inspiration from across the continent, choosing performers such as firm French favourite Sébastien Tellier, spoken word artist Ghostpoet from the UK, Dutch jazz-funk specialist Benny Sings and Eurostar Records’ very own London trio Plugs, among others, to create a series of unique cross-cultural collaborations and a great day of music.

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