This May, Generation W is putting together a very special series of shows in London featuring exclusive live music performances from the next generation of women who will feature in the third issue of our magazine: WEARTH.

We invite the people of London down to experience Generation W live – live music shows which remind us all why we love live music – great artists and a community of people who choose to be in rooms together to celebrate life and escape any struggles we have.

Wearth Magazine is an extension of this, where you can physically hold and treasure special moments, while reading advice from successful and unique women who speak uncensored about overcoming their greatest struggles and their hope for the future.

THE CAMDEN CLUB, LONDON - 15TH MAY

THE TROUBADOUR, LONDON - 17TH MAY

 

 

LUSAINT

Growing up in the town of Stretford in Greater Manchester, Lucy Hopkins started making cover versions of records that would amass over ten million streams online and receive major television syndication.
As her confidence in music grew, Lucy Hopkins original art persona Lusaint was born. With Lusaint’s music video ‘Dark Horses’ being premiere by Wonderland, and BBC Radio 1 playing the record, as well as Lusaint playing an exclusive show for Dior, 2023 announces the release of Lusaint’s debut EP and Generation W is bringing her to perform a very rare and intimate show in London on Wednesday 17th May

PECKHAM AUDIO, LONDON - 20TH MAY

On Saturday 20th May, Generation W makes our long awaited debut in Peckham with live music from 7:30pm at PECKHAM AUDIO where we are bringing intimate performances from South London’s most exciting rising women in music such as Meron T and Loie as well as a Generation W return from Elena Flury after her powerful sold out performance at Generation W’s last event in London, at historic music venue The Troubadour.

This Peckham show is very special to us, not only is this our first Saturday night show ever after selling out weekday shows at every venue we have played across the UK (because the music industry tried to tell us that independent women in music weren’t headline artists….), but also, Rye Wax in Peckham was the only place in London to stock our first feature film ‘God Save The Queen’ starring Motown legend Martha Reeves and Beyonce ‘Freedom’ and ‘Runnin’ songwriter Carla-Marie Williams, the world’s first all female cast documentary on the music industry.
CLICK PLAY ABOVE TO WATCH A CLIP FROM OUR LAST GENERATION W SHOW LIVE IN LONDON AT THE TROUBADOUR, MARCH 2023.