- Box office 0844 847 1678
- General enquiries 0870 060 3777
- Website thegaragehighbury.com
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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Texas country music singer.
Future Perfect presents Airways The Cellar - Oxford 16+ / 7pm / £6adv
Indie-rock four-piece from Peterborough.
It is very rare for group to lay claim to helping to build the foundational blocks of a genre, let alone a genre as popular and successful as Hip-Hop, but The Beatnuts are one of them. Consisting of duo JuJu and Pyscho Les, they're the only Latino-descended duo in the legendary "Native Tongues Collective" which boasts…
The Polish reggae outfit fronted by singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kamil Bednarek perform songs from their hit studio albums.
The younger brother of Busted's James Bourne performs his own indie-pop material.
Chuck Prophet & the Mission Express
Former frontman of cosmic cowboys Green on Red for whom 'all roads lead to Dylan'.
The Hertfordshire four-piece fuse pop sensibilities with a funk and rock edge.
Dave Hause and the Mermaid
The frontman of the American band The Loved Ones plays a mix of alternative rock and punk to promote his solo album Devour.
The singer/songwriter and guitarist from InMe performs.
Pop singer-songwriter from Hertfordshire.
Einar Stray Orchestra
The orchestra performs a variety of noisy post-rock ballads and stripped down a capella songs from their forthcoming third album.
The Felice Brothers
The quartet, hailing from New York, performs folk-rock and country originals.
The collective plays folk, with distinct influences from traditional Celtic music, ska, rock and pop.
The five-piece band plays urban pop with support from Chloe Rose and Nous Boi.
Gene Loves Jezebel 2017
Michael Astons' Gene Loves Jezebel Situation Two UK tour with support from Grooving in Green
Into The Ark
The band that comprises Dane Lloyd and Taylor Jones from Blackwood, plays its indie-rock originals.
This London-based foursome performs their own take on hard rock.
The rock'n'roll four piece perform their own material inspired by classic 1980s and 1990s rock and metal.
Jon And Roy
The three-piece ensemble from Canada plays folk rock and reggae originals. Support is Tom James.
Five-piece rock and pop outfit from Ireland.
The King Blues
Politically-conscious rudeboy rocking from London influenced by street poetry and protest music.
Music from the alt-rock four-piece from Nottingham.
Leeds rocker playing upbeat indie as scuzzy pop.
Meet The Fishermen
Four piece alt rock and Indie band based in south London.
Masked industrial metal maniacs from Norway.
The five-piece combo from Los Angeles, California featuring vocalist Jay Gordon, guitarists Carlton Bost and Creighton Emrick, bassist Nic Speck and drummer Bobby Amaro play industrial rock and death pop.
Queer punk duo of Liv Bruce and Ben Hopkins.
Your favourite Bee Gees and Abba songs, and other disco soft rock classics, given the full metal workout by a group of be-spandexed rockers.
Uk Country Live! Presents Holloway Road
UK Country Live! presents BCMA Duo of the Year Holloway Road plus Two Ways Home and Ceri-Rose.
This Is Not Revolution Rock presents: Waking Aida Orchards + support TBA Upstairs @ The Garage, Highbury Saturday 8th April £6 advance 14+ (U16s to be accompanied by an adult) Doors: 7pm Curfew: 11pm More information / gig listings: www.facebook.com/thisisnotrevolutionrock @tinrrlondon