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The Railway and MVT presents:

Vigilantes – The National Lottery Revive Live campaign

date_range 28/07/2022 query_builder 7:30 pm home Platform 1 account_box 18+ local_play Adv: £6.00local_play Door: £8.00 CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS (External Link)
This July, Music Venue Trust is continuing it’s The National Lottery association to help #ReviveLive music in grassroots music venues across the UK with The National LotteryRevive Live Tour.

This January, Music Venue Trust is continuing it’s The National Lottery association to help #ReviveLive music in grassroots music venues across the UK with The National LotteryRevive Live Tour.

Hundreds of live music shows will be funded by The National Lottery, which helps kickstart quality live music and put artists back into venues where they belong. We’re inviting you to buy a ticket for one of these shows, and because we know you have been itching to get back out and see some live music, when purchasing you can claim another ticket courtesy of The National Lottery ABSOLUTELY FREE! All you need to do to qualify for this offer is to show proof on the door that one of you is a National Lottery player, either with a physical ticket, or using the National Lottery app. We all love music and mates, now is the time to #ComeTogether to #ReviveLive music.

Vigilantes are continuing the British tradition of taking American sounds and stuffing it with classic British tone. They do it so well that they have been placed on Radio 1’s Best Of BBC Introducing playlist and had repeat airtime on Amazing Radio & Radio X to boot. Noted by Fresh on the Net’s Tom Robinson as ‘On a mission’, Vigilantes are known as one of the hardest working live bands in the UK circuit by putting every fragment of energy into live performance. Due to this, Vigilantes have deservedly shared stages with the likes of Circa Waves, The Sherlocks & Fickle Friends.

“In this country we have an obsession with the Libertines, so there’s a lot of stuff sounds that sounds derivative of that. Whereas this is different. It’s very slick. It’s a goer” – Mike Skinner on ‘The Way It Ends’

“American influences with British hearts” – Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1

“There’s good and there’s very good. This is very good” – Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1. ♫♪♪

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