Ellie Goulding, Mystery Jets, Hadouken! to play London Next Big Thing festival

Marina And The Diamonds, Soft Pack also for multi-venue bash

Ellie Goulding, Mystery Jets, Hadouken! to play London Next Big Thing festival

Photo: Dean Chalkley

Ellie Goulding, Mystery Jets, Hadouken! and Marina And The Diamonds are among the bands confirmed for the Next Big Thing multi-venue London festival this year.

The event takes place from February 5 across six venues in the UK capital.

Ellie Goulding will play the Relentless Garage on February 10 as part of the event. Mystery Jets will headline the Barfly on February 14, while Hadouken! will play the venue on February 5.

Tickets are on sale now.

The full Next Big Thing line-up is:

Chew Lips, Charli XCX (February 6)
Plasticines, Polly Mackey & The Pleasure Principle (8)
Little Comets, Goldhawks (9)
The Wave Pictures, Lisa Mitchell, The Miserable Rich (10)
The Soft Pack, Comanechi, O’Children (12)
Ian King, Andrew Morris (13)

Jazz Café
Jesca Hoop, Lissie, Cate Le Bon (5)
Hamel, Leddra Chapman (6)
Rox, Krystle Warren, Andreya Triana (8)
Paloma Faith, Alex Gardner (11)

Relentless Garage
You Me At Six, Young Guns, This City (8)
Slow Club, First Aid Kit, Slow Moving Millie (9)
Ellie Goulding, Erik Hassle, Tinashe (10)
Band of Skulls, General Fiasco, Birds of Tokyo (12)
Example, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, Lights (13)

Upstairs at the Relentless Garage
Marina & The Diamonds (5)
The Cheek, CODES (10)
Jersey Budd, Davy Knowles, Cosmo Jarvis (11)
Sweet Billy Pilgrim, Georgia Ruth (13)

Tinie Tempah, Eliza Doolittle (10)

Hadouken!, Unicorn Kid (5)
Joshua Radin, Alan Pownall, The Boy Who Trapped The Sun (8)
Johnny Flynn (10)
Mystery Jets, Two Door Cinema Club (14)

To check the availability of Next Big Thing tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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