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The 26th edition of Nile Rodgers’ Meltdown, due to take place on London’s South Bank at the beginning of August, will again be a mix of exclusive collaborations and global one-offs. Headliners so far announced include Anitta, Thundercat, Songhoy Blues, Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein performing  Stranger Things, Alfa Mist, Durand Jones & The Indications, Kokoroko, A Night of Studio 54, and of course the man himself, Nile Rodgers and CHIC.
Schedule is:

Aug 3
A Night Of Studio 54 [Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer] Legendary Manhattan nightclub Studio 54 – dubbed ‘the hippest place on the planet’ by Nile Rodgers – is recreated at Southbank Centre. Runs ‘til 4am for state-of-the-art sound, go-go dancers and original Studio 54 DJs including, John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez.

Aug 4
Thundercat [Royal Festival Hall]

Aug 5
Kokoroko[Queen Elizabeth Hall]

Aug 6
Anitta[Royal Festival Hall] Durand Jones & The Indications [Queen Elizabeth Hall]

Aug 7
Kyle Dixon& Michael Steinperforming Stranger Things[Royal Festival Hall] Alfa Mist[Queen Elizabeth Hall]

Aug 9
Dave Stewart’s Eurhythmics Songbook[Royal Festival Hall] Despacio[Clore Ballroom] A collaborative club night from LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy and Soulwax’s Stephen and David Dewaele

Aug 10
Sophie[Royal Festival Hall] Despacio[Clore Ballroom]

Aug 11
Songhoy Blues[Royal Festival Hall]

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