with support from: GENTLEMAN’S DUB CLUB | YOLANDA BROWN | NORMAN JAY MBE | DON LETTS | CHANNEL ONE SOUNDSYSTEM
(all tickets purchased for 2020 remain valid for 2021)
David Rodigan & The Outlook Orchestra have announced an exclusive outdoor London show for summer 2021 in the stunning setting of London’s Kenwood House, the English Heritage site on Hampstead Heath.
David Rodigan MBE needs little introduction, being regarded by many as the most influential broadcaster, DJ and champion for reggae music globally, whilst The Outlook Orchestra are in their own right a force of nature. Never before has music born from Soundsystem culture been played quite like it!
Over the last 2 years, Rodigan and The Outlook Orchestra have combined to set new standards in the genre. Testament to this success has been the selling out of the Royal Festival Hall, Somerset House and the Royal Albert Hall – each in under an hour.
Now for Summer 2021, fans can look forward to this one of a kind genre-defining act performing an exclusive outdoor concert at the iconic grounds of Kenwood House in Hampstead Heath, North London.
Rodigan & The Outlook Orchestra will headline the evenings proceedings bringing out legendary special guests including Bitty Mclean and Jamaican superstars Freddie McGregor and Horace Andy.
Alongside this, David has curated an evening’s bill of some of the finest live acts and DJ’s across the genre. The now legendary Gentleman’s Dub Club will headline the supporting artists with Yolanda Brown performing an exclusive set together with some of the finest selectors in the business including Norman Jay MBE, BBC 6Music tastemaker and all-round cultural cornerstone Don Letts and of course one of the world’s most respected sound-systems – Channel One.
Please note that small picnics are permitted with camping chairs. Alcohol must be purchased on site. There will be an abundance of bars and food outlets on site.
Children aged 14 and under may purchase a Child Ticket (proof may be required upon entry). All children must be accompanied by an adult. Under 5’s free (no ticket required).
Car Parking / Transport
Please note there is no car parking at Kenwood House – please use public transport. For more information, please refer to the Travel section of our website.
For discounted tickets and to reserve a place on the Disabled Viewing Platform, please purchase your tickets via Ticketmaster