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Jekyll, Lost Hills, Emily Rhodes on Friday 11th June 2021
Bootleg Socially Distanced Club presents,
Tipped by BBC Radio One as one of the 'best artists of 2019' we're delighted to be reopening our doors with a special performance from Blackpool's own Jekyll.
Drawing influences from bands such as The Strokes, The Cure and Beach Fossils, they blend infectious indie hooks together with dreamy electronic overtones to create a unique, floor-filling atmosphere. A local band to keep an eye on for 2021
We first discovered Emily at our monthly open mic nights and it was clear to everyone in the room how good she was, from this she's kicked on and performed for BBC Introducing and supported a handful of artists at Bootleg.
When on arrival at the venue you will be asked to sanitise, take a temperature check and for your track and trace details. Once this has been done you will be shown to your table by a member of staff via our one way system around the venue. Masks must be worn when moving around the venue and may only be removed when sat at your table. The consumption of alcohol may only be allowed with a meal, Pieminister menu on the Bootleg Social website.
Tickets can only be purchased in groups of one household plus an additional person if they are part of a support bubble. Proof may be required to support this, such as utility bills with names and addresses or tenancy documents. Refunds cannot be given if you are refused entry or asked to leave by venue staff or local enforcement teams due to being unable to provide sufficient proof of this.
Please arrive in your groups before 7:30pm to be seated and to avoid disturbing performance
Original tickets remain valid
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