This event has been and gone.
Festifeel is an annual boutique music and comedy festival, held inside the intimate arches of London's House of Vans, underneath Waterloo train station.
Organised by CoppaFeel – the breast cancer awareness charity – the festival has been raising money for the cause for nine years now, bringing together an incredible selection of artists and creating even better memories along the way.
But when it comes to the music, fans can expect a mix of some incredible old school artists as well as new talent, while festival-goers will also be treated to interactive workshops, incredible food and even some skate demos.
So without further ado, come on down for a dance and a laugh, all while raising money for an impeccable cause.
Raye is a young electro / RnB artist from London, a student of the Brit School. Charli XCX co-wrote her single 'I, U, Us', and in return, Raye worked on Charli’s hit, 'After The Afterparty'. She also provided guest vocals on Nas single 'War'.
See 2 tour dates featuring Raye
Talented Wiltshire singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin became something of an internet sensation, notching up over 3 million plays on You Tube with her gentle acoustic cover versions of songs by Paramore and You Me At Six. She then went on to reach no.1 in the UK singles chart in 2012 with her haunting cover of Frankie's 'The Power Of Love', thanks to heavy exposure through that year's John Lewis Christmas commercial. Not wishing to be labelled as a mere covers girl, she went on to release her own self-penned or co-written material, with two hit albums, 'English Rain' and 'Light Up The Dark', along with a string of EPs. Her breathtaking combination of beautiful vocals and self-taught piano and guitar musicianship draws influences from Damien Rice, Jamie Cullum, James Morrison to Paramore and Joni Mitchell.
See 12 tour dates featuring Gabrielle Aplin
Island Records signing Elli Ingram started posting covers on Youtube at 18. Influenced by Amy Winehouse, her biggest influence, alongside Lauryn Hill, Fugees, Billie Holiday and D’Angelo, Elli delivers soulful, feel-good music, along with a love of hiphop.
See Elli Ingram tour dates
An soulful indie-blues singer-songwriter from Bedford, Tom studied acting at university, had a brief job at Costa Coffee then trained to be a professional footballer. This was all about to change, however, when his vocal talents were first discovered at a party while singing a cover of 'Seaside' by The Kooks after a few drinks too many. He then went on to become guest vocalist on Chase & Status's track 'When It All Goes Wrong' and his success story continues. Pretty soon Elton John was ringing him up to tell him how much he liked his music.
See Tom Grennan tour dates
House Of Vans
- Arches 228-232, Station Approach Road
- SE1 8SW