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Ja Ja Ja Festival, a celebration of Nordic music, food & film returns in November

15 September 2014, 08:58 | Written by Rich Thane

Emilíana Torrini has been announced as the headliner for the 2014 edition of the Ja Ja Ja Festival - London’s celebration of Nordic music, food and film.

After 2013’s inaugural two-day event which featured performances from the likes of Shout Out Louds, NONONO, Mew and Postiljonen, Ja Ja Ja Festival returns on the 13, 14 and 15 November.

The festival will take place over two nights at The Lexington (November 13 and 14) concluding with an all-day performance at Queen Mary University’s historic Great Hall (November 15).

Acts confirmed so far include When Saints Go Machine, Jenny Wilson, Highasakite, Asbjørn, Death Hawks, Rytmeklubben, Blaue Blume and Emilíana Torrini (pictured).

As is typical of the popular monthly club nights synonymous with Ja Ja Ja, the festival will showcase the best new music from Denmark, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Norway and Sweden alongside an innovative menu of mouth-watering cuisines, exclusive screenings and more.

Tickets are on sale now. Bundle and single day options are available, starting at just £10.

The Line Of Best Fit returns as long-time supporter and official media partner for Ja Ja Ja Festival. Expect exclusive news, features and competitions in the lead up to the event.

Check out the line-up so far below. For more information, head to the Ja Ja Ja website.

Thursday November 13 - The Lexington, London N1
7pm to 11pm
Asbjørn (DEN)
Death Hawks (FIN)
Low Roar (ICE)
Sumie (SWE)

Friday November 14 - The Lexington, London N1
7pm to 4am
Rytmeklubben (NOR)
Blaue Blume (DEN)
Fufanu (ICE)
Nils Bech (NOR)
Noah Kin (FIN)

Saturday November 15 - The Great Hall, London E1
1pm to 11pm
Emilíana Torrini (ICE)
When Saints Go Machine (DEN)
Jenny Wilson (SWE)
Highasakite (NOR)
Sin Cos Tan (FIN)
Byrta (FO)

Tickets for Ja Ja Ja Festival 2014 are on sale now

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