Love live music and the full experience? We have curated a list of concerts you should definitely go to starting this Summer. From international to the home grown, established to up and coming artist, here are 6 Girls in Power inspired artists performing in the UK.
1. Salt-N-Pepa - https://www.saltnpepa.com
Date: August 2019
Express yourself with the girls at the official Salt-N-Pepa concert this summer! Perfect for the 80’s/90’s hip hop fans, this concert will be taking place in London and reunites the iconic, unapologetic girl group. This group were girls in power of their era being the first female rap act to win a Grammy Award.
Sounds like something you’re into? Then look at the link above, Push It, tap into your old school vibes and Shake Your Thang at the concert this year!
2. Christina Aguilera - https://www.christinaaguilera.com
Date: 5th - 14th November 2019
Another international artist with multiple accolades including the Grammy awards will be gracing the stages in London this autumn.This Lady Marmalade is known for her powerful voice and incredible confidence especially from the late 90’s to the noughties era. Inspiring other girl’s and reminding them that they are Beautiful, this girls in power will be giving you The Xperience.
What are you waiting for? Get your ticket, tell your girls to Come On Over and Fall in Line at her concert.
3. Jamila Woods - https://www.metropolismusic.com/artists/jamila-woods/ Date: 14th November 2019
Jamila Woods is a soulful artist known for her melodic voice and compelling lyrics. This girl in power is not only a singer & songwriter, she is also an award-winning poet. Whether singing or reciting poems, Jamila’s work focuses around a variety of themes and sub-themes including self-love, Black feminism, Black identity and Black ancestry.
If you’re passionate about neo soul and non commercial forms of r&b music, be part of her LEGACY live in November as she drops inspirational music from her projects including HEAVN.
4. Sabrina Claudio - https://sabrinaclaudio.com/tour/ Date: 17th - 19th November 2019 This rising R&B singer Sabrina Claudio has paved her way from SoundCloud to worldwide concerts. Independently releasing her EP Confidently Lost which had over 3 million cumulative plays! She then went on to releasing her other projects, About Time in 2017 and No Rain No Flowers in 2018. Unveiling her captivating voice and rhythmic harmonies on stage, you will get the contemporary r&b experience at Sabrina’s Truth Is tour.
Ready to feel the Energy and Messages From Her? Head over to her concert this November!
5. Emeli Sandé- https://www.emelisande.com
Date: 16th November - 12th December 2019
Scottish grown Emeli Sandé continues to inspire through her powerful collection of music. The soul, gospel, r&b artist is known for her incredible songwriting and bodies of work both independently alongside working with other icons including Alicia Keys. Her accolades don’t stop there, Emeli has received Brit Awards, and was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for her services to music.
From hits like Never Be Your Woman to Next To Me to Heaven, Breathing Underwater and every in between, see her live in concert as she inspires you to bring out the Extraordinary Being in you at The ‘Real Life’ Tour.
6. Mahalia -https://mahaliamusic.co.uk
Date: 16th November - 12th December 2019
No pressure, sober, do not disturb, headspace
Mahalia is also an r&b / soul singer who is a girl in power of today’s music scene. After being recognised by record labels at the age of 13, the Manchester born artist then went on to release her first EP, Head Space. The singing sensation is also an actress and was featured in Brotherhood the same year she released her album, Diary of Me.
Whether you like to go to a concert after pre-drinks or Sober, this is one concert not to miss so get your tickets, hit the Do Not Disturb button and enjoy the Love and Compromise Tour.
Hope you feel inspired to see these musical Girls In Power and enjoy it. Let us know if there’s any other concerts we should look out for. x
Written by @shadedidthat