Complete line-up for MTV Music Week Plymouth 2019 revealed

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wednesday, May 8, 2019 - 09:38

MTV UK have announced the third and final round of performers for MTV Music Week Plymouth.

Joining this year’s exciting and diverse music line-up will be special guests The Vaccines, along with Yungblud and Hamzaa.

The Vaccines and Yungblud will be joining The Amazons and Pale Waves at MTV Presents at Plymouth Pavilions on Thursday 6 June. Hamzaa completes the line-up for MTV Push, the official MTV Music Week launch party, which takes place at The Treasury on Wednesday 5 June.

Also announced is a series of ‘In Conversation With’ daytime panels with the likes of Ghetts, RAY BLK and Yungblud. These free sessions will give fans the chance to learn more about the people behind their favourite music and their journeys to becoming professional recording artists.

The new additions to the line-up join previously announced acts: Disciples, Ghetts, Jvck James, Kurupt FM, Ms Banks, Pale Waves, RAY BLK, R3WIRE & VARSKI, Snoochie Shy, The Amazons and Young T & Bugsey.

Running from 5 to 8 June, MTV Music Week sees MTV continue its Plymouth legacy, presenting four live music evening events: Club MTV, MTV Presents, MTV Push and YO! MTV Raps.

Alongside the ‘In Conversation With’ panels, MTV Breaks will also be presenting a series of talks, panels and workshops focusing on networking skills, inclusion and accessibility, social influencers, UK rap music and women in music.

Tickets for YO! MTV Raps and MTV Push start at £10 (plus booking fee). Tickets for MTV Presents and CLUB MTV start at £17 (plus booking fee). Daytime events are free but must be booked in advance.

Find out more and buy tickets here:

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