Birmingham rapper Lady Leshurr plays double-anniversary show in the city tonight

Birmingham rapper Lady Leshurr plays double-anniversary show in the city tonight
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Posted on 14 Nov 2019

SHOUT Festival and Birmingham Open Media (BOM) collaborate tonight (Thursday 15 November) to celebrate their 10th and fifth anniversaries respectively.


Head to BOM on Dudley Street to enjoy a sure-to-be-brilliant performance by Birmingham rapper, singer and producer Lady Leshurr, who’ll be playing a live set. 

The MOBO Best Female Act award winner will be joined for the intimate evening by the highly acclaimed DJ Sippin’ T from BBZ London. And there’ll even be a guest appearance from Birmingham’s very own House of Bab!


Speaking ahead of the event, Lady Leshurr said, “Playing smaller shows with my home town family is always a real vibe, especially when we’re supporting people and places that deliver a positive impact on the city at the same time. Being part of Birmingham’s rise to the top is a privilege, and I’m hyped for everyone who will be joining me for these celebrations!”

Commenting on the event, SHOUT says: This one’s pretty straightforward - turn up and have a great night partying in a gallery with one of Birmingham’s finest musicians.


For more information, visit shoutfestival.co.uk

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