Thursday 28th October at Pryzm, 8:00pm (14+)
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Entry conditions will include whichever Covid-19 safety measures are advised by government at the time.
PLEASE NOTE: date is subject to change pending government / NIHP guidance around the coronavirus outbreak.
If this event is postponed, we will let you know - please do not contact us until a rescheduled date is announced. Once announced, if you cannot make the rescheduled date refunds will be available.
To celebrate the anniversary of their classic full length 'What Did You Expect From The Vaccines' and the release of their new album 'Back In Love City', The Vaccines return to Kingston to play 'What Did You Expect' in full alongside some new hits.
Back In Love City, is the new album produced by Daniel Ledinsky (Rihanna, Carly Rae Jepson), Andrew Maury (Lizzo, PostMalone) and Fryars (Pharrell Williams, Mark Ronson).
It sees The Vaccines both perfecting their winning formula, and pushing their sound forward, evolving from their previous foundations with an album that reflects on escapism as a necessary part of modern living.
Times TBC but we expect doors at 8:00pm with The Vaccines on at 9:00pm.
CD/ticket is £17 post-paid, and other formats and combos are available.
The album included in the bundles is 'Back In Love City'.
New Slang is an over 18s event, and is strict on ID. Please bring photo ID with you on the night, whatever age you are. - If you're going to this gig then you can get free entry into New Slang's 15th birthday Party.
New Slang is held at Pryzm, 154 Clarence St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1QP
PLEASE NOTE: If you choose Shop Collection as your delivery option, your full order will need to be collected using this method, rather than collecting from the venue.
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Info correct on: 5/10/2021