The Enemy, Anna Calvi, The Temper Trap for Somerset House gigs – ticket details

M83, Katy B, Paloma Faith are also on the bill for this summer's run of shows

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The Enemy, Anna Calvi and The Temper Trap are among the acts confirmed to play this year's Summer Series at Somerset House gigs in London.

The gigs take place in the courtyard of the central London outdoor venue from July 7-17. Also booked to play shows as part of the series are M83, Tim Minchin, Katy B, Paloma Faith, Dj Abrantee, Tindersticks and Jill Scott, who will play two shows on July 9 and 10.

Each show will feature a full supporting bill, which will be confirmed in the coming weeks. Tickets for the shows will cost between £22.50 and £35.

For more information about the Summer Series at Somerset House shows, visit Somersethouse.org.uk/music.

The Summer Series at Somerset House line-up is:

Tim Minchin (July 7)
Katy B (8)
Jill Scott (9, 10)
The Temper Trap (11)
Anna Calvi (12)
The Enemy (13)
Dj Abrantee presents Afrobeats Night featuring Olu Maintain, Cappo Snoop, Atumpan, Scene May7en and Vibe Squad (14)
Tindersticks (15)
M83 (16)
Paloma Faith (17)


Tickets for the Somerset House series go onsale on Friday (April 27) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Summer Series At Somerset House tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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