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Yungblud at London Alexandra Palace

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Yungblud is the moniker of the Doncaster-based singer-songwriter Dominic Harrison, who mixes punk influence with radio-friendly swagger.

Yungblud will be performing 1 event in London on Friday 1st October 2021 at the Alexandra Palace.

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Friday 1st October 2021 London, UK UK
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Address: London Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, London, N22 7AY
Telephone: 02083652121
Venue Capacity: 7300
Alexandra Palace is a 7,300 capacity live music and entertainment venue based in north London. Built as a sister to south London's Crystal Palace back in 1873, it's now belovingly known as Ally Pally, having hosted and continuing to host some of the capital's biggest and best concerts.