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Google Nest Sessions | Online London  | Sat 23rd May 2020 Lineup

Google Nest Sessions

Online in London

Saturday 23rd - Monday 25th May 2020

Sat 10:00am til Mon 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

A room with a mood: Jessie Ware, Olly Alexander & Celeste will be setting the MOOD to your May bank holiday with Google's Nest Sessions.

 
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Google Nest Sessions on Saturday 23rd - Monday 25th May 2020

A mood-lifting music experience inspired by psychology, Nest Sessions are designed to help you change gear throughout the long weekend

Launching this May bank holiday (23rd - 25th), from 10am each day, Google Nest will be hosting Nest Sessions - a mood-lifting music experience inspired by psychology with home activities and conversations from exciting UK music artists including Jessie Ware, Mae Muller, Sam Tompkins, Olly Alexander of Years & Years and Celeste with guest host Laura Whitmore.

To get started, just say ‘Ok Google, talk to Nest Sessions’ and your Google Nest smart speaker or display device will help you set the mood with music. You can also tune into Nest Sessions here on YouTube Spotlight UK Channel #withnest playlist and keep an eye out for curated mood playlists by all artists over the weekend.

Google Nest smart speakers and screens give you a helpful connected home assistant that can set the mood from any room. Whether you’re cooking dinner, folding laundry or playing music, you can control sound to play music with just your voice.

Google Nest Mini and other Nest devices are available from the Google Store here or at Currys PC World, John Lewis, Argos and Tesco.

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Music Genres: 

Pop, Soul

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