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Hawkwind at London Royal Albert Hall

Hawkwind tour dates and tickets
Hawkwind are a British space rock band from London, currently consisting front man Lord of Space Rock Dave Brock, ex-Gong synthesiser player Tim Blake on keys and Theremin, drummer Richard Chadwick, Mr Dibs on bass, Niall Hone on guitar, and Dead Fred.

Hawkwind will be performing 1 event in London on Tuesday 26th November 2019 at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Hawkwind in London - Ticket Options

Tue Nov 26 2019    (Change Date) London, UK UK
Official face value from £49.50. Resale tickets from £27.28.
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London, London Royal Albert Hall

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London, Royal Albert Hall

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Hawkwind 50th Anniversary Concert
London, Royal Albert Hall
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Venue Information - London Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP
Telephone: 08454015034
Venue Capacity: 5272
The Royal Albert Hall is a massive concert and theatre hall based in Kensington Gore, London. First opening in 1871, it boasts a massive 5,272 seats and is perhaps best known as the venue that hosts the annual Proms concerts. It also stages a range of other stuff too - over 350 different events hit Royal Albert Hall each year.