Convergence is set to open on Thursday (March 12th) a multi-venue spectacular set around areas of East London.
Focussing on ground-breaking arts, the festival is due to run until the end of the month and will feature the likes of George Clinton, Pantha du Prince, Untold, Zomby and many, many more.
Curator, Glenn Max who has previously produced Meltdown and created Ether festival says:
"This year Convergence expands into new venues including Royal Festival Hall and Kachette on Old Street. And for the first time presents pioneering legends like George Clinton and Gary Numan. With its emphasis on live performance, new music, spontaneity, collaboration and one-off experimentation, Convergence seeks to promote intuition from its artists and inspire wonder in its audiences. I'm thrilled to present such a rich array of era-defining artists and honoured to offer this event to London as an inclusive, dynamic dialogue about our shape-shifting cultural epoch.''
Clash has grabbed a handful of goodies for fans. We have a pair of tickets to give away for Portico's show at the Village Underground on March 18th, with support coming from Snow Ghosts.
Alongside this, we also have a pair of tickets for Tricky's show on March 14th. Taking place at the beautiful St. John At Hackney Church, we'll also be able to throw in a copy of the Bristol artist's latest album.
To stand a chance of winning, just name your favourite Tricky moment.