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Bonobo

THE LAST EVER SHOW ON THE NORTH BORDERS TOUR...

14th Jan 2014

THE LAST EVER SHOW ON THE NORTH BORDERS TOUR...

Lineup: Bonobo live, plus Gold Panda + Darkstar

When: Friday 28 November 2014

Where: Alexandra Palace, London, N22 7AY

Join the Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/287250474760060/


TICKETS

EARLYBIRD STANDARD TICKET - SOLD OUT

Age 14 + (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Price: £25.00

 

STANDARD  TICKET - BUY NOW

Age 14 + (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Price: £32.50

 

VIP TICKET SOLD OUT

Price: £80 / Age: 18+ / QTY: 150 tickets

Priority entry for main show & after party

Access to VIP Backstage Bar

Afterparty ticket

Custom Design VIP hard ticket

Hand screen printed Event Poster

Discount at the official merchandise stand

1 Drink Voucher

 

AFTERPARTY

There will be an official afterparty at another venue close by in North London. More info coming soon.

 

ALEXANDRA PALACE INFO

Doors: 6.30pm - 11pm

Age Restriction: 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Transport & Travel: http://www.alexandrapalace.com/visitor-information

Food & Drink: A selection of food and drinks will be available throughout the evening. The bars are cash only, but cashpoints are available at the venue.

Merchandise: Exclusive Bonobo merchandise will be available to purchase at the show.

Ally Pally History: Alexandra Palace is one of London's most extraordinary venues, the Grade II Listed Bulding sits atop a hill set in 7.5 acres of parkland with spectacular panoramic views stretching across the city.

Alexandra Palace first opened in 1873, however, only sixteen days later it was destroyed by fire. With typical Victorian vigour, the Palace was quickly rebuilt and it reopened in 1875 and its long history as a public centre of entertainment, recreation and education began in earnest.

In 1935 the British Broadcasting Association leased the eastern part of the Palace, from which the world's first public television transmissions were made. The BBC moved to the Palace in 1936, and used it as their main broadcasting facility for the next 45 years.

Read more about the history of this amazing building:

http://www.alexandrapalace.com/timeline/