Sat 1st Jun   17:00


ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL NEW BLOOD COMPETITION GRAND FINAL : FLETCHR FLETCHR // misskikifoster // Scarlet Sometimes // The Grove // The Polygons // Jean // Broken Colours at BUSH HALL

The Event

Discover the future of music at Bush Hall’s electrifying grassroots showcase! Join us in the heart of Shepherd’s Bush for an unforgettable night of raw talent and undeniable passion. Experience a diverse lineup of the best up-and-coming artists as they take the stage to show London what they’ve got! With Bush Hall’s iconic ambience setting the scene, get ready to be immersed in a night of unforgettable melodies and infectious rhythms. Don’t miss your chance to witness the stars of tomorrow, today!

Meet the lineup


FLETCHR FLETCHR, comprised of musicians Rohan Fletcher and Adam Sanders, seamlessly blend together Rohan’s versatile deep vocals with Adam’s gliding higher harmonies to create their unique sound. Every part of their creative process is... view artist profile


Introducing misskikifoste, an extraordinary Hackney based artist blending old school R&B and vibrant Latina vibes. Born in Quito, Ecuador, to an English/Irish mother born and raised in Colombia and a Lebanese/Venezuelan father, her music refle... view artist profile

Scarlet Sometimes

Guitar music breathes again. Scarlet Sometimes has arrived. Based in London, Scarlet Sometimes is a Rock & Roll band hailing originally from the North and Southwest of England. Forget ten-minute crescendos and Y2K hangovers: every song this gr... view artist profile

The Grove

The Grove is a seven-piece band fronted by Habiba Sesay, whose unique and captivating vocals instantly draw in fans. Hailing from London, particurlay the south region, the band’s music captures moments of funk, soul, and indie to create a va... view artist profile

The Polygons

The Polygons are a Kent based Indie/Pop Rock band consisting of four best mates that met in a music class. They’ve been throwing shapes and playing music together since 2016. Their gigs are packed full of energy and original bangers (fusing ... view artist profile


One of BBC Dean Jackson’s ‘Hot for 2024’ artists, Jean is an indie-pop artist from Rutland, blending her Mark Ronson production influence with Nancy Sinatra-esque vocals and the eclectic jumble sale of music she was raised listen... view artist profile

Broken Colours

Hailing from from High Wycombe (UK), the band deliver an energetic blend of indie, funk and rock, and are back with a bang with their new singles Not Giving in (Which Charted at 4 in the uk itunes Rock Charts) ‘Rearrange’ and ‘Ta... view artist profile

The details

Key Info




16+, Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult





The venue

Originally built by a publisher in 1904, one of a trio of London dance halls he built for each of his daughters, Bush Hall is the only surviving of the three.

Since 2001, the building has been returned to its former musical glory.

Based in the vibrant heart of West London, we are a fully independent, grassroots music venue having hosted some of the biggest names in music.


310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ

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