Electric Ballroom, 184 Camden High Street, Camden Town, Camden, London, NW1 8QP
Approx. capacity: 1100
The Electric Ballroom is located in the centre of Camden between the Camden Tube Station and Camden Lock. Over the last 73 years, the Electric Ballroom has come to epitomise all that is Camden Town. Over the years it has played host to top musical talent such as U2, The Clash, Phil Lynott, The Boomtown Rats, Joy Division, The Smiths, Madness, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Public Enemy, Blur, Supergrass, Garbage and many more. Venue Rules - Current England & Wales Licensing laws are strictly enforced - Ticket holder may be subject to search - Tickets are non-refundable or transferable - Venue requests no bags allowed into the venue - The venue reserves the right to change the bill without prior notification. - Ticket holders consent to any filming and sound recordings as members of the audience - Ticket holders may be subject to continuous sound levels which may cause potential damage to hearing - Ticket holders may be exposed to strobe lights - Only official merchandise is on sale inside the venue, do not buy outside. This is for your protection so that you will receive goods of proven quality. - No 'professional' type cameras, video cameras or sound recording equipment will be allowed in the venue. - Venue advises that tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. - Venue advises only customers in possession of a valid ticket will be admitted into the venue. Lost, stolen or misplaced tickets will not be replaced. - No re-admission policy is strictly enforced - No bottles, cans, alcohol or food is to be brought into the venue - No illegal substances may be brought into or taken on the premises. Any one caught in possession of such substances will be ejected form the premises and may be reported to the Police - Any ticket holder throwing drink & objects (beer, glasses etc) will be removed from the building and no refund given. Furthermore, customer details will be provided to the regulatory authorities should an offence be alleged to have taken place. - The venue management accepts no responsibility for acts of willful endangerment, or injuries caused thereby to yourself or other patrons whilst on the premises. - No weapons. The management reserve the right to define & confiscate - No ticket monies, booking fees etc will be refunded following ejection or refused entry. - No smoking anywhere within the venue complex - at it's discretion the venue management will allow smokers out of the venue. Management reserves right to refuse admission PLEASE NOTE: Drinking on the street is prohibited in the Borough of Camden, any customer found in possession of alcohol will be refused entry to the venue and possibly detained for police action. This is a Challenge 21 venue. If you are lucky enough to look under 21 you will be asked to prove that you are over 18 when you buy alcohol. If you are under 18 you are committing an offence if you attempt to buy alcohol. The Venue adopts a neighbour friendly policy so please make as little noise as possible on leaving the venue.
The closest Tube Station is Camden Town on the Northern Line. You can check www.tfl.gov.uk for times, fares and journey updates.
Camden Road Station is a ten minute walk from the venue. You can check www.nationalrail.co.uk for times, fares and journey updates.
There are licensed taxi offices at the front and the rear of the ballroom. If flagging Taxis from the street always use black cabs as unlicensed taxis drivers operate in this area.
You can get any of these buses to the venue - C2, 14, 27, 29, 31, 134, 135, 168, 214, 274, N2, N5, N20, N31, N134, N253, N279
Street Parking is very limited. Please use public transport if possible.
Please call the venue for information - 0207 485 9006
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With support from - Silent Screams + Fathoms
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Attila UK tour has been rescheduled to February/March 2015. All tickets purchased remain valid for the new dates and venues.
Heavy music has gotten so goddamn serious in the past decade. Instead of cracking open a few beers, raising their fists, hollering at chicks, and having a good time, so many bands choose to whine about their hearts and their hair. Where’s the fun in that? Thankfully, Atlanta’s Attila haven’t forgotten how to party on their fifth full-length album and third for Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie, About That Life. Boasting brutal grooves and a whole lot of bravado, this is metal at its most raw, raucous, and ratchet. The quintet—Chris “Fronz” Fronzak [lead vocals], Chris Link [guitar], Nate Salameh [guitar], Sean Heenan [drums], and Kalan Blehm [bass]—incorporate hip-hop flavour into head-crushing riffs for an intoxicating sonic brew. You can jump in the pit or shake your ass to it—at the same time.
Attila definitely know how to party. After forming in 2005, they rose through the ranks to solidify their status as the ultimate purveyors of “party metal”. Their explosive live presence made them a fan favourite worldwide as they've shared the stage with everyone from Asking Alexandria and As I Lay Dying to Suicide Silence and Iwrestledabearonce. Their fourth effort, 2011's Outlawed, hit #7 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart, #8 on the Hard Music Chart, and #87 on the Billboard Top 200 upon its debut. Overall, they've sold over 60,000 records so far. However, they’re primed for much bigger things to come now.
Attila will play Manchester Club Academy and London Electric Ballroom as part of their UK tour in February 2015.
All Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult and have photographic ID.
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