Palma Violets and Childhood pre-Reading & Leeds Festival gig in Hitchin

18:35 17 August 2014

Childhood will play a Reading and Leeds Festival warm-up gig at Club 85 in Hitchin

Childhood will play a Reading and Leeds Festival warm-up gig at Club 85 in Hitchin

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Tickets for Palma Violets and Childhood’s pre-Reading & Leeds Festival gig in Hitchin this week have almost sold out.

Fresh from their appearance at Rhythms of the World, Childhood will be playing a Reading and Leeds Festival warm-up gig in Hitchin this week.

Hotly tipped by NME – their debut album Lacuna was awarded ‘8 out of 10’ by the influential music mag – the indie rockers will be appearing at Club 85 in Hitchin on Thursday, August 21.

Ben Romans Hopcraft (vocals/guitar), Leo Dobsen (guitar), Daniel Salamons (bass) and Jonny Williams (drums) will be appearing alongside fellow up-and-comers and former touring mates Palma Violets.

Ming City Rockers are also on the bill and tickets cost £10 in advance and £12 on the door.

Promoters Juicebox Live tweeted today (Sunday): “4 tickets left for @PalmaViolets @childhoodUK & @Mingcityrockets at @club85 on 21 Aug book ASAP from @seetickets”

The gig starts at 7.45pm.

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