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Everyone knows by now that we love all things retro, and it goes without saying that the 1960s gave us one of the best eras of music. That's why we have loads of events coming soon that pay tribute to the iconic era that we're sure you'll love!

This weekend alone is enough to transport you right back to 1960, as we revisit the iconic music of The Small Faces and The DoorsThe Small Fakers are the only Small Faces tribute in the UK, celebrating 50 years of the incredible Ogden's Nut Gone Flake album live on Friday, September 7th followed byCome Together club night after. On Saturday, September 8th The Strange Doors pay tribute to the talent of Jim Morrison and co, performing their classic 60s rock & roll before our weekly Dig? club night.

 

For those who love the original 60s Northern Soul, Friday the 14th is the night for you. Barefootin' is back with a Northern Soul twist, playing those hidden gems and rare records you love as well as a mix of 60's ska, R&B and mod to keep you dancing all night. 

On the other side of the dial is 60s garage rock and psych night Sensateria on September 21st. A night of pure psychedelia with live music from grungy psych outfit The Lizards as well as The Baron Four, a band that encompass their influences of The Kinks and The Beatles with a garage twist!

Closing September are The Acoustic Who, a loud and proud tribute to one of the most iconic bands of the 1960s! Performed with the power and passion that these songs deserve, The Acoustic Who take it back to where the magic started, covering The Who tracks that put 1960's Britain on the map. Catch them live on September 29th!

We have a range of live music and club nights celebrating all genres and eras, be sure to check them out over on our website, or grab a ticket from The Ticket Sellers. See you on the floor!

 

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