With just under three revolutions of the moon around the Earth before Space Rocks London 2019, we’re thrilled to be able to announce new additions to the bill!

Get ready to have your minds blown, as BBC TV’s Sky At Night presenter Chris Lintott will be joining us in Session 2 for a very special conversation about black holes and some of the most profound mysteries of the universe. 

We are also very excited to be announcing two new music guests. Joining Session 2 for a very special cosmic performance is violinist Anna Phoebe. Known for her work with everyone from the Trans Siberian Orchestra to P. Diddy, Anna is a highly accomplished musician and composer who’s taken an innovative approach to bringing science and music together – most recently for her Between Worlds project with the University of Kent’s School of Bioscences. Strap yourselves in, it’s gonna be big! 

We’re also burning our oxygen supply to announce that progressively-minded space rock overlords Amplifier will be joining Session 3 as support to our yet-to-be-announced headliner.  Once described as, ‘Soundgarden, Tool, Black Sabbath, Oceansize and Pink Floyd venturing on a trip through time and space (to another dimension), and back again,’ they’re guaranteed to take you for a journey to the cosmos and beyond. 

We’ve many more mission updates soon, including our make for all three sessions, so keep checking back and spread the word. Tickets available now from here!