Billy Strings

Date 26/03/2022 Total price, inc booking fee £27.40 Time 19:00

Please take note of the following information regarding Billy Strings’ show:

We appreciate lots of international fans will be travelling to attend these shows! With this in mind, the venue will accept any proof of double Covid-19 vaccination (including international vaccination cards) when checking Covid-19 Passes on entry.

This means, to gain entry to the venue, you will need to show **EITHER**:

Proof of double vaccination **OR** proof of a negative Lateral Flow or PCR test, taken within 48 hours of the show

There will be no support on this show. Billy Strings will play two sets, with the first set starting at approximately 7:45pm, so please make sure you get to the venue early and allow time to pass through the entry checks. Doors will open at 7pm.

We encourage you to wear a face covering whilst in the venue. If you will be using the cloakroom, bars or box office, you will be required to wear a face covering whilst queueing and at the service point, unless you are exempt.

Grammy award winning artist Billy Strings today announces his first ever London shows, when he headlines Islington Assembly Hall for two nights in March 2022. His critically acclaimed new album ‘Renewal’ will also be made available on vinyl for the first time in the UK on 19th November.

The announcement comes fresh off the back of a sold -out US tour and the release of his critically acclaimed new album ‘Renewal’ (LISTEN HERE), which has marked Strings out as one of the most successful breakout artists in the US over the last couple of years, earning plaudits from the New York Times, Jimmy Kimmel, Rolling Stone and Austin City Limits, to name just a few. This year, Strings has also been awarded two International Bluegrass Music Association awards – Entertainer of the Year and Guitar Player of the Year. He also won the Best New Artist award in 2019.

Renewal reaches well beyond bluegrass with elements of heavy metal, jam bands, psychedelic music and classic rock—even though it’s still primarily an acoustic record. Guided by producer Jonathan Wilson (Roger Waters, Father John Misty), Strings and his band were given the space to explore new textures and unusual instrumentation on the album, resulting in a more expansive sound that still embraces his roots.

By purchasing a ticket to this event you are agreeing to adhere to Islington Assembly Hall’s terms and conditions which include entry measures in place to reduce the spread of Covid-19:

All tickets to shows at Islington Assembly Hall are subject to a Venue Levy of £1 + VAT. As a Grade II listed building, this levy will be reinvested into Islington Assembly Hall and its services, meaning the customer experience can continue to be enhanced.

Accessible and carer ticketing information:

Presented by Live Nation.

This is a 16+ event. You may be asked to prove your age and if you’re unable to show valid ID, you may be refused entry. Valid ID includes passports, driving licences, 16+ Zip Oyster photocards and CitizenCards. Photocopies will not be accepted.

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