Station Sessions music festival offers a platform for talented musicians at St Pancras International
Pictured, above, is Jess Glynne on the main stage at St Pancras International on Tuesday night
Published: 29 March 2012
THE country’s longest music festival is under way at St Pancras International with artists from all over the country set to fill its famous glass ceiling with music for six weeks.
More than 100 artists – from famous acts such as Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly and The Futureheads to those with less exposure – are performing on stages throughout the station for 44 days throughout the spring.
Station Sessions features music on the main stage every single weekday from 5.30pm to 6.30pm, lightening the load of stressed commuters.
The event culminates in a finale on May 4 partnered with Camden Crawl, acting as a launch-pad for the borough’s now famous festival.
Full details of the scheduled line-up at www.stpancras.com/station-sessions