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Music Cube concert heads back to Westfield Stratford City

PUBLISHED: 16:00 23 August 2015

Jess Glynne performing at Music Cube

Jess Glynne performing at Music Cube

< RICHARD HANSON

An event where music fans have the chance to view top stars perform in a soundproof glass box is heading back to Stratford.

Artists will be heading to Westfield Stratford City this week for pop-up musical extravaganza, Music Cube.

The shopping centre’s popular and innovative music festival, launched last year, and it is heading back for a second time from Friday.

Chart-topper, Jess Glynne, will be the first to step into the custom-built glass cube, to treat fans to a free performance.

The Hampstead born singer will be followed by a host of other artists and bands who will each take the stage throughout the weekend.

Audiences at the event, which is being hosted in association with ennheiser, Infiniti and KISS FM, will be able to listen to the performances through wireless headphones.

A spokeswoman for the event said the musical concept will allow guests to “discover music both physically and virtually via the air-blast vibrating floor system”.

Fiona Kyle, General Manager Events & Entertainment for Westfield UK and US, said: “We are delighted to be bringing Music Cube back to fans for a second year.

“Last year Music Cube tickets were snapped up within hours, giving lucky fans a chance to connect with artists, sound and bass like never before.”

Jess Glynne will be joined by the likes of Wretch 32, Only The Young, Luke Friend and Conor Maynard.

Fiona added: “With major headliners such as Jess Glynne, we expect a similar rush when tickets are released in July. For those who can’t make it down to Westfield, look out for performances being streamed free online.”

For more information on tickets and different performances visit uk.westfield.com/stratfordcity


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