British singer-songwriter, Katy B wowed the audience last night at the Westfield London shopping centre.
Friday 6th November saw the opening night of Music Cube – Westfield’s free live music festival,with the Lights On singer kicking off the festivities and a jam packed weekend of live acts as she switched on the Christmas lights at the Shepherd’s Bush retail centre.
“Following the phenomenal success of Music Cube at Westfield Stratford City this summer, we are delighted to bring MUSIC CUBE back to Westfield London and to have chart topping Katy B switching on the Christmas Lights.” – Fiona Kyle, General Manager Events & Entertainment for Westfield UK & US
While performing five of her hit tracks, including number 1, Turn The Music Louder (which featured Tinie Tempah on the single) 200 competition winners enjoyed the show after winning a place via a re-tweet from Katy B’s Twitter account.
Returning to The Atrium event space for the weekend through to Sunday 8th November, Music Cube will offer talent and fans the chance to interact with each other like never before. With more still to come, Grammy Award winner Foxes has been announced as the headline act for the electro pop Saturday (9.15pm – 10pm) and X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson will be bringing some soul to the Sunday (5.15pm – 6pm). Dionne Bromfield, Stooshe, Oritsé and Kiss FM DJ’s will also performing over the weekend.
“Artists and bands from both major and independent labels and Kiss FM UK DJ’s perform live in a custom-built soundproof glass cube, complete with LED surround, to music fans tuned in through Sennheiser’s Momentum Headphones.” – Westfield London
With Katy B opening the event last evening, and exciting names including Foxes and Rebecca Ferguson locked in for the rest of the weekend, the shopping centre expects the live music events to Westfield London in the run-up to Christmas to attract tens of thousands of fans.
“For those who can’t make it down, look out for performances being streamed free online.” – Fiona Kyle, General Manager Events & Entertainment for Westfield UK & US
Tickets for Friday’s event were snapped up within hours, giving lucky fans a chance to connect with artists, sound and bass like never before.