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June 2022 Hertfordshire Gig Gide

A busier month featuring the first festivals of the season

Thursday 2nd

Corn on the Cob – Mark Sullivan
Corn Exchange Hertford

Monthly event supporting blues, bluegrass, country, Americana, folk. This moth’s headliner is Mark Sullivan, a guitarist from Stevenage

You Me at Six
Hatfield Park

Playing their ‘Sinners Never Sleep’ album in full.

Friday 3rd

ZRI: Adventures with Charlie Chaplin
Corn Exchange Hertford

ZRI provide a live score for Charlie Chaplin’s ‘The Adventure’.

Thursday 2nd – Saturday 4th

Stone Valley Festival South
Hillside Farm, Great Amwell, Ware

A who’s who of old timers. Featuring The Stranglers, Petter Hook, Big Country, Stiff Little Fingers

Friday 3rd – Saturday 4th

Liam Gallagher
Knebworth House

Chief knob of Oasis brings the parker boys to Stevenage. You either love him or think his brother is the talented Gallagher. Think you can guess what we think.

Saturday 4th

Slam Dunk Festival
Hatfield Park

Annual pop punk festival featuring Sum 41 and Dropkick Murphys

Tuesday 7th

Millie Manders and the Shutup
The Horn

Poppy punk.

Thursday 9th

Press Club
The Horn

Australian indie band visiting the Horn as part of their biggest UK and EU tour.

Sunday 12th

Rock in the Park
King George V Recreation Ground, Stevenage

Family day in Stevenage

Bushey Acoustic Music Festival
Mary Forsdyke Gardens, Bushey

Free music festival featuring 80 local artists across 7 stages

Tuesday 14th

Roxanne De Bastion
The Horn

A much re-arranged show for Roxanne’s 2021 album tour

Wednesday 15th

Planet
Corn Exchange Hertford

Australian indie band with an early 90s Manchester sound

Thursday 16th

Black Doldrums
The Horn

Two-piece gothy, psych.

Saturday 18th

Bo Ningen
The Horn

The mighty Japanese/London band bring their heavy psych grooves to the Horn. One of the best live acts around. Bring ear plugs. They are loud.

Wednesday 29th

The Wild Things
Corn Exchange Hertford

The Wild Thing are fronts by Sydney Rae White, star of ‘Uncle’ and ‘American Assassin’.

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