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King King at Edinburgh Queens Hall

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King King are a Scottish blues rock band from Glasgow, consisting of frontman and guitarist Alan Nimmo, bassist Lindsay Coulson, keyboard-player Bob Fridzema and drummer Wayne Proctor.

King King will be performing 1 event in Edinburgh on Sunday 24th October 2021 at the Queens Hall.

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Sun Oct 24 2021 Edinburgh, UK UK
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Address: Edinburgh Queens Hall, 85 Clark Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JG
Telephone: 0131 668 2019
Venue Capacity: 900
Queen's Hall is a live music and entertainment venue based on Clark Street in Edinburgh. First opened as a chapel way back in the 1800s, it was converted into a location that has served locals as a place to watch live music, comedians, orchestras, stage productions, and everything in between in 1979. It was one of the chosen venues for the Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festivals.