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King's Hall features new live music

Herne Bay’s iconic King’s Hall will be featuring three well-known bands this summer.

Following the foyer refurbishment, The King’s Hall, paired with Herne Bay entertainment promoters Viva La Sociale, have booked quite the line up for this summer’s festivities. Featuring bands from across the nation, Herne Bay residents and visitors will be able to see some of their favourite musicians play live in their community.

Celebrating their 20 th anniversary together, Irish rock group Ash have lost none of the energy that saw them debut on Top Of The Pops whilst awaiting their ‘A’ level results. On Thursday 31 May, Ash will take to the stage at The King’s Hall. This will be a performance to remember as on the following night they are supporting Coldplay at The Emirates Stadium in London.

Friday 29 June, Turin Brakes will be making their way to the stage, following the release of the album “Outbursts” and last autumn’s sell out “Optimist” LP anniversary tour. This gig promises to be full of their classics, dating back to 2001, and new releases. ” will be held prior to the band’s tour in South America.

Friday 24 August, Delays will be showcasing a back catalogue of songs, as well as new material, ensuring they’ll be bringing their signature playful energy to the stage. Taking place during the Herne Bay festival, this exclusive Friday night show, "Have Yourselves A Delays Road Trip Night".

Tickets and more information about these events are available from

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