March Hertfordshire Gig Guide

It’s a seems to be a quiet month with slim pickings.

3rd – Battle of the Bands – Heat 8. The Horn
Battle of the Bands at the Horn continues (further rounds on 10th,17th, 24th, 31st)

5th – The Jacques. The Horn
Bristol band with their first headline tour.

6th – Jah Wobble. Harpenden Pulic Hall
40 years in music business playing with PiL and his own prolific solo career. This is bound to be a show that will please his fans.

7th – Blyth Poweer 85. Club 85
Classic 80s punk rock band still touring 35 years later.

Gig of the Month
10th – The Subways. Club 85
Hertfordshire’s favourite indie band playing a warm-up gig before heading out on the road.

Lulu – Harpenden Pulic Hall
60s pop legend Lulu is still going strong.

11th – …And you will know us by the trail of dead. The Horn
90s Austin rock band play an intimate gig at the Horn.

12th – Archie Faulks. The Horn
Singer songwriter from London.

18th – STAJE QUARTET. The Horn
St Albans Jazz quartet playing a series of gigs around the city.

18th/19th – Russian State Opera. 18th St Albans/19th Gordon Craig Theatre
The Russian State Opera bring Aida to Hertfordshire.

25th – The Estevans. The Horn
Guilford indie band with a radio friendly Arctic Monkeys influenced sound.