Black Stone Cherry at KOKO in London
|Doors Open||Friday 28 February 2014 at 6:00 PM|
|Starts||Friday 28 February 2014 at 6:00 PM|
This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s.
KOKO is keen to promote equality of opportunity for disabled people and to
take the necessary steps to meet disabled people's needs.
This guide is designed to inform everybody who comes to KOKO what we can
offer customers who may have particular needs.
Bookings & Ticketing
We do not have allocated disabled tickets.
We do not have "disabled area" tickets. Tickets must be bought in the same
way as non disabled people. Once a person has bought a ticket we can provide
them an allocated space in the disabled area. If the event is sold out we
cannot sell extra tickets.
Personal Assistant Ticketing Scheme.
People with accessibility needs may need to have someone with them. We offer
a 2 for 1 Ticket Policy for personal assistants. This arrangement is made
through the venue and not the ticketing agencies.
Aside from this we do not offer a reduced rate ticket price.
The service we offer is of equal quality to both disabled and non disabled
people so a discount is not necessary.
The Kentucky-bred hard rockers in Black Stone Cherry have had their music blared from speakers large and small, toured relentlessly with the likes of Nickelback and Motörhead, and debuted at #1 on the UK rock chart with their sophomore release, 2008’s Folklore and Superstition. In the face of these successes, the band members decided to put themselves to the ultimate test for the creation of their third full-length, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: they took a year off from touring and focused all their energy on songwriting.
What’s clear, when the band looks back on the hard work they put into making the record, is that the time off was worth taking. It was a long process, but Black Stone Cherry’s Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea is one of the most well-rounded hard rock releases to come out of the last ten years.