Nadine Shah has delivered what fans are describing as a “stunning” show in London last night, for the first night of the BBC6 Music Festival.
The acclaimed singer was set to play dates in London, Manchester, Cambridge, Leicester, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle and a leading slot at BBC 6 Music Festival last night (March 6).
All tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled dates, which are set to be announced in the coming days.
You can see video footage, images and fan reaction from Shah’s performance below:
— Jill Bolton (@Jill_m_bolton) March 7, 2020
— james borland (@BorlandJames) March 7, 2020
And the icing on the cake was a lovely chat with the incredible @nadineshah at the end – who, at one point, climbed over the barrier to join the front of the audience during Brittany Howard's set! Going back on Sunday for the International Women's Day #6MusicFest gig. pic.twitter.com/ubUZTWRc8h
— Rhian Price 🏴🐳 (@MsRhianP) March 7, 2020
As @TheMarkRad said: ‘put your gel-sanitised hands together’ for the incredible @blkfootwhtfoot who tore the roof off the @BBC6Music Festival alongside great support from @NadineShah. #6MusicFest pic.twitter.com/Zq1pbTcFUZ
— Will Jackson (@will_jackson) March 6, 2020
— Steve Marchant 🏏🎺 (@yorks111) March 6, 2020
Full house for @BBC6Music festival at @RoundhouseLDN for @blkfootwhtfoot @nadineshah & @bmblackmidi – superb show! BBC so crucial to music scene in UK @bbcintroducing @BBCSounds pic.twitter.com/xxQxUuggOI
— Vincent Moss (@vincentmoss) March 6, 2020
The Big Moon, Michael Kiwanuka, Mike Skinner, Róisín Murphy, Kate Tempest, Bombay Bicycle Club, Sports Team and KOKOROKO will headline across the weekend, with Dingwalls, the Electric Ballroom, FEST Camden and The Roundhouse among the venues which will play host to the packed bill of live music.
The likes of black midi, Brittany Howard, EOB — Radiohead‘s Ed O’Brien, who will be performing his debut European show at the festival — Squid and Ghostpoet will also play. Q&A sessions, DJ sets and much more will also take place across the weekend.
On Sunday (March 8), the festival will celebrate International Women’s Day with an all-female line-up at the Roundhouse, with Kate Tempest, Kim Gordon, Anna Meredith, Jehnny Beth and Nadine Shah all set to play.