Following its incredible refurbishment and reopening last year, KOKO has already played host to some of the biggest and best names in live music - including Arcade Fire, Jorja Smith and Central Cee.
With plenty more brilliant performances lined up for 2023, we've taken a look at who you can expect to see at Camden's iconic Edwardian theatre. Check out the list below!
Featuring performances from Xantoné Blacq and Soweto Kinch, this celebration of former Miles Davis Quintet member Herbie Hancock is a must see for all Jazz fans in the capital and beyond. Join KOKO as they relive the 50th anniversary of Hancock's hugely influential 1973 'Headhunters' album, with an all-star 8 piece band band.
Please note: Herbie Hancock himself will not be performing at this event
When? 2 Feb
Hot Milk are a dual-fronted power pop movement from northern England. With catchy choruses littered with angst, Hot Milk are a band for those who will not shut up and sit down. They are a celebration of the real, the strong and the beautifully strange.
When? 26 Feb
Hoodie Allen takes his 'With Or Without You' tour to KOKO in February for what is sure to be a highlight of the European wide run. In the past, the New York rapper has worked with State Champs and most recently alongside blink-182's Mark Hoppus on latest single 'Hey Ben' and previously toured with pop-punk heavyweights Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, and Twenty One Pilots.
When? 1 March
Coinciding with the announcement of new album, 'Violet Drive' (set for release in February 2023), London formed Kerala Dust head to KOKO in Spring 2023. Combining contemporary electro with indie classics, the trio spent their early years developing their sound in clubs around the world with fluidity at the forefront before dropping their debut LP, 'Light, West', towards the end of 2020.
When? 2 March
Influenced by Motown, hip-hop and pop; Eliza has been writing and performing music since the age of ten. Formerly known as Eliza Doolittle, she released modern pop-classic 'Pack Up' and collaborated with Disclosure on 'You & Me' before rebranding her sound and style back in 2017.
When? 16 + 17 March
Jazz-rock favourites The Comet is Coming play two homecoming shows at London's KOKO in March. Packed with space and sci-fi imagery throughout their soundscapes and visuals, the trio have been praised by the likes of Pitchfork and The Quietus for their influential records.
When? 19 March
Neo-soul icon Angie Stone has worked with a long-list of artists including Alicia Keys, Snoop Dogg, Lenny Kravitz and D'Angelo to name just a handful, as well as being a triple Grammy Award nominee. Her rise as a member of hip-hop trio The Sequence was followed by an incredible solo career, most recently with solo album 'Full Circle' in 2019. Her performance at KOKO is one of only three UK shows next year.
When? 27 March
Mercury Prize nominated BERWYN has been hotly tipped to be a breakthrough star of 2023. With two mixtapes already exciting fans, his incredible sounds have been championed by everyone from Jools Holland to Drake. His November 2021 UK tour was fully sold-out with this run of dates not far behind.
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