As parts of the world emerge from the pandemic, Boiler Room announces a trio of festivals in London, New York City and Barcelona in 2021 — an evolution of its debut edition in 2019.
The triad of events aims to give as much space to emerging artists as established names. No headliners.
Once again Ballantine’s will be there with a line up that puts the spotlight on the power of local collectives and music communities around the world, supporting their diverse talent.
New York City — 10 September
Boiler Room Festival commences in New York City on Friday 10 September with a day-into-night takeover of Knockdown Centre. The programme will feature some of NYC’s most vital artists, DJs and collectives, alongside special guest live performances and a video installation commissioned by 4:3—Boiler Room’s platform for underground film.
London — 13 – 16 October
From Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 October, Boiler Room Festival returns to London following its stand-out debut edition in 2019. The ambitious programme will unfold over four nights, shifting focus to explore four scenes and sounds: Live & Uncut, Pass The Mic, System Sound and The Club.
Barcelona — 26 – 27 November
Staged over two nights—26 – 27 November—at Nitsa, Boiler Room Festival BCN will feature the city’s most essential artists, DJs and collectives – as well as special guest live performances and video installations.
For tickets head to festival.boileroom.tv