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Third Date Added! Frank Carter with Paul Cook, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock of Sex Pistols

Frank Carter with Paul Cook, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock of the Sex Pistols 

Third date added due to phenomenal demand!Thursday 15 August
On sale 10am Today
Performing Never Mind The Bollocks in its entirety
Fundraiser for Bush Hall
Tuesday 13 August SOLD OUT. Wednesday 14 August SOLD OUT
Tickets for third show on sale Friday 7 June, 10am 
Due to phenomenal demand, Frank Carter with Paul CookGlen Matlock and Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols have added a third date for their Fundraiser for Bush Hall gigs in West London on Thursday 15 August, with two shows on Tuesday 13 August and Wednesday 14 August selling out in minutes. 
Members of one of the most influential rock bands of all time, will be joined by the electric frontman Frank Carter at Bush Hall to perform the Sex Pistols’ iconic 1977 album “Never Mind The Bollocks” in full. Funds raised from these unmissable gigs will go directly towards preserving this revered independent London venue. 

Tickets for the third and final show go on sale this Friday 7 June.
Supporting Bush Hall, a cornerstone of the music scene, is a cause close to the hearts of all the artists. Both Paul Cook and Steve Jones grew up around the venue, attending as punters themselves, while Frank Carter performed at Bush Hall back in 2012 for his debut live show with his former group, Pure Love. Lifelong Sex Pistols fan Frank Carter first met Steve Jones in 2008 during an interview on Steve’s radio show, and later met the rest of the band through mutual friends. They soon bonded over their shared love or live music and decided to perform together to help preserve the iconic London venue.

The shows will raise funds for Bush Hall, a beloved grassroots venue in the heart of West London. It’s more important than ever to protect grassroots venues and support this vital area of the music industry – since the pandemic, sustaining live music continues to be incredibly challenging. In 2023, Bush Hall saw a 24.5% decrease in live music bookings.
Money raised from ticket sales will help secure Bush Hall’s musical future, allowing the venue team to focus on bettering in-house facilities, and supporting emerging artists through reigniting their Bush Hall Presents’ programming.

Bush Hall’s historic breakthrough came with REM gracing the stage in 2002 – Amy Winehouse followed, with the likes of Florence & The Machine, Toots & the Maytals, Adele, The Killers, Michael Kiwanuka, Alicia Keys, Paul Weller, Nick Cave, Bombay Bicycle Club and many more. Bush Hall showcases not only artists who are starting out, but those already established, as well as introducing international bands to the UK market – with Kings of Leon famously performing their first UK gig at Bush Hall in 2006.
Tickets go on sale HERE

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