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The Hold Steady have announced a new London residency

They've three shows booked in March.
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Published: 11:28 am, October 31, 2019
The Hold Steady have announced a new London residency

The Hold Steady have announced a new London weekender.

Their third annual event of this type, it'll take place next spring, with the band playing at Camden’s Electric Ballroom (6th, 7th March) and Bush Hall in Shepherd’s Bush (8th March).

Tickets go on general sale from Friday 1st November, including a weekend ticket covering both Electric Ballroom shows, and an option to buy a VIP Soundcheck ticket.

The Hold Steady's seventh studio album, 'Thrashing Thru The Passion', came out earlier this year.

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