Since opening in 1993, the Garage has established itself as one of the premier indie and rock venues in the capital, hosting the likes of Cat Power, Kings of Leon, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Killers, Biffy Clyro, the Undertones and many others. It was refurbished in 2009 to give it increased capacity, improved dressing rooms and digital recording gear, enabling bands to make on-the-spot recordings.
The nearest rail station is Highbury & Islington, with a Tube connection (Victoria line) as well as Overground and National Rail services. Holloway Road is served by bus routes 43, 271, 393 and N41.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1993
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Four lads from South Yorkshire, UK who gleefully share their moniker with an infamous old school South American gang, Alvarez Kings summon pop power through timeless analog synth and guitar magic. The quartetbrothers Simon [vocals, guitar] and Paul Thompson [bass, keys, backup vocals], Sean Parkin [guitar], and Richard…
Tongue-in-cheek fourpiece, listing their influences as 'sex, violence and Nickelback'.
Sinister garage rock and growling riffs.
Irish four-piece who have attracted comparisons to The Libertines.
Thu 25 May
The pop singer-songwriter performs songs from his hotly anticipated debut album The Days We Had, including single Something Here.
The Doors Alive
Tribute to Jim Morrison's seminal LA rock crew.
Wistful, dreamy guitar pop from Fazerdaze (aka New Zealand’s Amelia Murray).
Gene Loves Jezebel 2017
Michael Astons' Gene Loves Jezebel Situation Two UK tour with support from Grooving in Green
Gene Loves Jezebel 2017 London Group Ticket
Gene Loves Jezebel Grooving in Green Luna Lacuna
Los Angeles-based pop-punk and rock outfit.
The award-winning country-pop outfit performs and release their new single, Where We Are Tonight.
Into The Ark
Indie rock harmonies from the duo of Dane Lloyd and Taylor Jones who appeared on The Voice in 2017.
Nashville-based country singer responsible for the swampy theme tune to True Blood.
Beginning their career by busking on the streets of Ireland and LA to craft, refine and develop their sound, the now award-winning, multi-platinum selling collective hit the road to perform their self-penned folk-rock material, in anticipation for their upcoming album which is still in the works.
Noise rock and pop originals from the Tokyo duo.
Psychedelic 70s noises from Mystic Braves.
The Ordinary Boys
Indie rockers, famous for laddish hit 'Boys Will Be Boys', jump on the reform bandwagon.
Folk/pop/roots duo hailing from Melbourne, Australia and sporting a suitably wind swept surfer dude look.
Puddle Of Mudd
Nu-metal with grungey overtones.
New York-based singer-songwriter best known for his internet hit 'A Drop In the Ocean'.
Shortstraw play music from their latest album, Youthless as well as some of their other hits.
The Smith Street Band
Punk-rock courtesy of the four-piece from Australia.
The post punk band from Portland Oregon perform songs from their album Choke. With support from Is Bliss.
Spear of Destiny
Kirk Brandon's mob head out on their 30th anniversary tour, despite only having one minor hit. Muscles bulge, veins pop, fists are clenched, rabbles are roused.
Tankus The Henge
Carnival-influenced rock combo.
Theatre of Hate
Post-punk and goth rock band.
Two Ways Home
Two Ways Home at The Garage 2 (London)
Brooklyn singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield plays contemporary alternative folk songs.
Post-punk legends who have regrouped again and can be trusted to make a taut yet melodic racket.
Yehan Jehan was born in North London to Bosnian parents, surrounded by different languages, different cultures from a young age. Gradually finding his own voice, the rising songwriter pilfers from hip-hop, 60s and 70s psych, and oddball library sounds, meshed into one imaginative whole.
Indie and alt.pop by the band with members from Cheltenham and Birmingham. The six-piece English band and lovers of big hair and loud shirts formed whilst the youngsters were at school. Since releasing their first EP in 2012 they've supported big indie including You Me At Six, One Night Only, 5 Seconds of Summer, We…