Somerset House Summer Series with American Express

Mon 15 Jul 2019
Doors 19.30
Enhanced Tickets £58.75 (inc £3.75 booking fee)

For telephone bookings call 0333 320 2836 (choose option 1)

The Edmond J. Safra
Fountain Court

The reigning queen of Latino pop, Rosalía embodies the essence of flamenco but has updated it with her very own contemporary R&B flavours. 

Approximate timings are as follows:

Doors: 19.30
Badgirl$: 20.00
Rosalía: 21.00
Curfew: 22.30

Please note these times are subject to change

Creating a sound that feels brand new is rare, but Rosalía’s voice, style and energy have brought the old and new worlds together. Critics have described her as the flamenco singer that this generation needed. Her groundbreaking approach has led to two Latin Grammy Awards, stand out performances at Sónar, collaborations with the likes of James Blake and J. Balvin, plus a headline slot at this year’s Primavera.

Propelled in no small part by a succession of unforgettable videos in which she’s trading syncopated handclaps with revving motorbikes and throwing down matador meets hip hop choreography, Rosalía’s vocals and electric stage presence makes her one of the most refreshing and dynamic performers around.

The first Latin singer to be included in the prestigious BBC Sound of poll and set to make her big screen debut in Pedro Almodóvar's forthcoming film Dolor y Gloria, 2019 already looks like it belongs to Rosalía.

One of the most exciting and passionately composed albums to appear not only in the global bass tradition but in the pop and experimental spheres this year

Rosalía, Malamente


This trio are redrawing the limits of Manchester’s indie guitar and rave club legacies with a blurry-eyed Trap aesthetic that earned them a major record deal and has made industry insiders sit up and take note.

Beneath a surface of lo-fi, scuzzy songwriting there’s an abundant live energy that hotwires Manchester’s past and re-works it for today.

Badgirl$, Click