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LondonFriday 17th of September 2021
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Genre : Music - General
Fred Perry Subculture presents: All Our Tomorrows
+ Mount Palomar + PaddywaK + POiSON ANNA + The UMLAUTS + DJ Sets: Slowdance DJs + LYNKS + Harry Gay
?PVA: Collective joy with London?s most danceable new band.? ? NME
?? you can feel them becoming one of the most influential acts of their time.? ? Gigwise
All Our Tomorrows 2021 returns to the 100 Club, London with a line-up that represents the voice of diverse British creative youth.
Taking place over three nights - September 15 ? 17, the fourth edition of the annual event will see live headline performances from: Enola Gay, Nayana IZ and PVA
Each line-up is complemented by sets from influential DJs including Steve Lamacq, Provisional Licence, Harry Gay and LYNKS.
Please note - there will be limited tickets available for each show.
100 Club Re-Opening Statement
If you have Covid symptoms
Please do not attend if you have a temperature, a continuous cough, or a loss of taste or smell. If you have recently been in contact with anyone who has tested positive, please do not attend either.
No vaccine passports
We will not be asking for proof of vaccination, nor a negative test result on entry, however we encourage people to test themselves regularly with the free lateral flow tests available via the NHS.
The most celebrated live music venue in Europe and one of the most famous in the world. Our longevity is due to an open minded music policy which has seen many different musical styles performed at this venue over It's long history.
Live music began at 100 Oxford Street on 24th October 1942. It was first played at Mack's restaurant (as it was then known) when British jazz drummer Victor Feldman's father hired the venue on a regular Sunday night to showcase the talents of his jazz loving sons and their band. The band consisted of Victor and his two brothers Robert on clarinet and Monty on accordion. They were joined by legendary British saxophonist Jimmy Skidmore for the opening night.
100 Oxford Street,
City of London,
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