The Socailly Distanced House Rules
1/Show is all seated, you will be allocated seats on arrival.The earlier you arrive , the more choice of tables you'll have.
2/Masks need to be worn whilst standing and walking round the venue
3/No singing or dancing permitted ( unless you're the band!)
4/ All drinks must be consumed when the headline band finishes
5/ Smoking breaks are only permitted BETWEEN bands.
Ticket purchase signifies your acceptance of above rules. Thank you
ABOUT THE SHOW
After sellinng out their Halloween 'Socially Distanced' show here at The Met on Sat 31st October VIGILANTES have added a 2nd night for Sunday 1st November!.
2020 might be a slow year for many bands, except Vigilantes. They were chosen to be part of the unique festival experience of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in isolation.
Championed by BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens & Phil Taggart,
Vigilantes are continuing the British tradition of taking American sounds and stuffing it with classic British tone. They do it so well that they have been placed on Radio 1's Best Of BBC Introducing playlist and had repeat airtime on Amazing Radio & Radio X to boot. Noted by Fresh on the Net’s Tom Robinson as ‘On a mission’, Vigilantes are known as one of the hardest working live bands in the UK circuit by putting every fragment of energy into live performance. Due to this, Vigilantes have deservedly shared stages with the likes of Circa Waves, The Sherlocks & Fickle Friends.
Heres is a brief snippit from the soundchecl from the show on Sat 3rd October https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1017669645416065
For fans of bands such as The Killers, The Arctic Monkeys,
Support comes from Sages of The Subway & Flint Moore
SAGES OF THE SUBWAY
After forming in 2017, Dean Benzaken (vocals/guitar) and James Bamberg (guitar), released their debut single Weight On Me.
Sages' new sound is influenced by The Killers, U2, Sam Fender, Embrace and The Horrors.
With the new lineup, Sages dropped Remember Days, which was warmly received at their debut gig in Stamford.
On New Year’s Day 2019, they released award winning single 88’. The song was voted “Track of the Year” by TheMusicBlog42, and was #1 in Cambridge 105’s Unsigned Chart of 2019, after 15 weeks at #1. Sages of the Subway were shortlisted for Best Indie Act at the 2019 NMG awards.
During lockdown, the band remained productive, releasing All That I Know. The song hails wider influences from Bruce Springsteen, & The War On Drugs
Indie duo based in rural Cambridgeshire. One sings and one plays guitar and drums at the same time to create wholesome indie like your mama used to make, if your mama was Florence Welch and your godparents were the White Stripes.
Doors 6pm, first band onstage 6.30pm
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