Guillemots check in at St. Pancras International

Guillemots have been announced as the opening act to the Station Sessions Festival, a new free music festival taking place at London's St. Pancras International station.

They will launch the festival this Wednesday (15th) at 6.30pm on the main stage, performing tracks from their latest album Walk The River. The festival will run for six weeks until July 29th, during which time around 100 musicians will perform on the main stage and on fringe stages located around the station.

There will be performances every weekday evening on the main stage between 6pm and 7pm, every Tuesday from 12.30pm to 1.30pm on the Sourced Market stage, Mondays between 7.30pm and 8.30pm on the Searcys stage and every Thursday between 7.30pm and 8.30pm on the Betjeman Arms stage.

HS1 Ltd., the owners of St. Pancras International, has partnered with its official entertainment partner, The Syllabus Agency, to host the festival, in conjunction with The Prince's Trust with all funds raised going to the charity which helps disadvantaged young people in work, education and training.

Full line up for the festival is currently being finalised and for up-to-date news about the festival, you can visit its official website -

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