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October Drift at Birmingham Castle and Falcon

October Drift tour dates and tickets
October Drift are a British indie band from Somerset, consisting of frontman Kiran Roy, drummer Chris Holmes, bassist Alex Bipsham and guitarist Daniel Young.

October Drift will be performing 1 event in Birmingham on Tuesday 25th May 2021 at the Castle and Falcon.

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Tue May 25 2021 Birmingham, UK UK
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Address: Birmingham Castle and Falcon, 402 Moseley Road, Birmingham, B12 9AT
Telephone: 0121 440 4278
Venue Capacity: 300
The Castle & Falcon is one of Birmingham’s leading independent live music venues, established since 1852 and a home to live music for the past 20 years. After a complete refurbishment and re-opening under a new name back in March the venue has played host to a wide range of national touring bands and emerging local talent including: Pinegrove, Buddy Wakefield, Tom Walker, The Atlantic Players, Radio Moscow and Harry & The Howlers