A SOCIALLY SPACED SHOW: BLACK COUNTRY, NEW ROAD
The London Residency shows at Islington Assembly Hall due to take place in April 2021 are unfortunately postponed. New date for the 19 April is 28 June. Original tickets remain valid.
Everyone who has already pre-ordered the album via the band’s Web Store, Bandcamp and the Ninja Tune store will have access to the ticket sale, along with anyone who pre-orders the album, from those stores, before 5pm GMT on Wednesday 4th November.
This show is part of Islington Assembly Hall’s 50 FREE STREAMS program. If you are in any of the following demographics, you are eligible to enter the lottery to win a free livestream ticket to the show: under 16 years of age; recipient of Universal Credit/PIP; shielding; Blue Badge holder; in-venue ticket holder that has developed Covid-19 symptoms in the two weeks leading up to the show. Find out how to apply here: https://islingtonassemblyhall.co.uk/50-free-streams/
If you require an accessible personal assistant ticket, please do not purchase from this page. Contact the venue to organise your ticket. Please note, these tickets are limited.
Please select your preferred arrival time and venue area. All arrival times are staggered to support social distancing. For those arriving after 8pm, you may miss the beginning of the support act.
All tickets are sold as 1 or 2-seat pods. If purchasing a 2-seat pod, both customers must be from the same household in accordance with Government guidelines.
If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, please let us know in advance of the show by emailing email@example.com. This will mean that our security on the night will be expecting your arrival, making your entry in to the venue smoother.
Presented by Bird On The Wire and Bad Vibrations.
This is a 16+ event – you may be asked to prove your age and if you are not able to show valid ID, you may be refused entry. Valid ID includes passports, driving licences, over 16+ zip oyster photocard and citizen cards. Photocopies will not be accepted.