Station Sessions Festival at St Pancras takes place at the International Station from Thursday 4th April 2013 – Thursday 9th May 2013. Prepare yourself for six weeks of non-stop music as the 2013 show marks the third year of the event, which sees new emerging music coming into the limelight, and all of it with an international twist.
Music lovers from all over must make sure they attend as all the concerts performed there will be free to enjoy. Every concert will take place for just one hour, a perfect treat to help you recover from a stressful day at work.
Last year’s festival saw over 80 performances take place on four different stages at the festival some including Mercury Music Award winners such as Alt-J and The Futureheads graced the stage to entertain people from all walks of life. This year’s event promises to be even bigger, with international singers and musicians from all over the globe taking over the station premises.
These sessions raise money for charity, and for the last two years they have supported the Prince's Trust Music charity, which aims to help young people get into the music industry. So why don’t you and your family or friends head to the Station Sessions Festival at St Pancras and listen to a range of unusual music, from indie to classical and even pop, you might even discover a new favourite talent among them.