Subways singer Billy Lunn’s acoustic tour coming to Hatfield

17:43 29 January 2014

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The Subways' lead singer Billy Lunn

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The singer from Welwyn Hatfield indie-rock trio The Subways will be playing a solo acoustic show at The Forum Hertfordshire.

The Subways' Billy LunnThe Subways' Billy Lunn

Billy Lunn has announced a string of rocking acoustic gigs for later in the year.

He will be rocking up Salisbury Cathedral, in Kent, on Friday, Feburary 28.

The following day Billy will play the Kasbah Club in Coventry.

He will be appearing at the University of Hertfordshire’s Forum on Thursday, March 13, as part of a special acoustic Hatfield Rocks event.

Doors will open at 7pm and tickets for the 14 plus gig cost £5 in advance.

The final date of Billy Lunn’s short ‘Rocking Acoustic Tour’ will be at the Crauford Arms, in Milton Keynes, on Friday, March 14.

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