Band returns to London for third annual weekender event March 6th / 7th / 8th 2020

For the third straight year, The Hold Steady will be returning to London for three back-to-back shows, taking place over the first weekend in March. Friday March 6th and Saturday March 7th will be at Camden’s Electric Ballroom, and Sunday 8th March will see the band hit Bush Hall in Shepherd’s Bush.

Tickets are available below – On sale Fri Nov 1st at 10am GMT

6th March [buy tickets here]
7th March [buy tickets here]
6th/7th March Combo Ticket [buy tickets here]
8th March Bush Hall [buy tickets here]

As with other weekend celebrations, fans will have additional ticketing choices, including a weekend ticket covering both Electric Ballroom shows and an option to buy a VIP Soundcheck ticket, as well as a limited edition event merch bundle.

Earlier this year, The Hold Steady released their seventh studio album, Thrashing Thru The Passion, a collection of five brand new songs and five songs released digitally between November 2017 and March 2019. It was the band’s first album in five years and found fans throughout UK and US media. Pitchfork said “The Hold Steady treat rock the way Penn & Teller treat magic: They deconstruct it, demystify it and expose it warts and all, but do so out of love and a belief that its behind-the-scenes machinations are every bit as beautiful and intriguing as the polished final product.” It also achieved 4* reviews at The Guardian, NME and Uncut.

THE HOLD STEADY is: Bobby Drake (drums), Craig Finn (vocals), Tad Kubler (guitar, vocals), Franz Nicolay (keyboards, vocals), Galen Polivka (bass), and Steve Selvidge (guitar, vocals).

Photo credit: Adam Parshall

Praise for new album Thrashing Thru The Passion

“The Brooklyn indie rock institution’s seventh album is as joyous and rousing as their best efforts” – Pitchfork 8.0/10

“On their seventh album, they further cement their punk poet laureate credentials” – The Guardian

“The band’s spent over a decade-and-a-half sharing their stories about those in and out of love, the broken and the bruised. It’s business as usual, and business is good” – NME ****

“Reunited and rejuvenated, THS find the fun again” 8/10 – Uncut

“They soar when Finn unleashes a stream of consciousness on the heroic Entitlement Crew” – Mojo

“To this day, they remain true to themselves and refreshingly unique to their contemporaries.” – The Line of Best Fit

“The band’s tightest and most fun album since 2008’s Stay Positive” – The Arts Desk

“The Hold Steady are the best band on the planet to see with one fist clutching a beer and the other first pointing to the heavens” – London In Stereo

“Celebratory, poignant, communal, joyous” – The i Paper

“A band who can do no wrong” – Dork

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