23 May 2015
The Londoner's Guide to London
Join the Chemical Brothers at Trafalgar Square in September as they play an amazing session
of music fused with art in a special collaboration with Becks and the ICA. A special touring
performance pod is set to be revealed in the square three days before the performance as the first
of the Becks Fusions concerts takes place on Sunday 9th September.
Measuring 26 by 10 metres the amazing music pod is set to play host to some of the best in
audio visual work from ground breaking artists such as Graham Dolphin and Jordan Baseman as it
tours around the UK, starting with the Chemical Brothers at Trafalgar Square.
Performing alongside the Chemical Brothers, the United Visual Artists will create their unique
fusion performance with astonishing visuals on the giant pod. An enormously exciting event for any
Londoner, this incredible musical and visual extravaganza wil no doubt be a must for any Chemical
The Becks Fusions event takes place from the 6th to the 9th September, culminating in the
performance from the Chemical Brothers. For the three preceding days Trafalgar Square will be
transformed into a musical and visual experience equal to no other. Free to enter and full of the
most amazing sounds and sights, this is a music and art show not to be missed.
Set to attract 9,000 people to Trafalgar Square for the event, this is a landmark spectacular
multimedia set up that will then go on to play host to more impressive and talented artists and
performers in Dublin, Manchester and Glasgow throughout September.
Supporting the Chemical Brothers at Trafalgar Square are Calvin Harris and Novak 3D Disco. If you
would like to be in with a chance to win tickets for the Becks Fusions concert with the Chemical
Brothers in London, visit www.becksfusions.com for more information.
Venue: Trafalgar Square
Nearest tube: Charing Cross
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