MVT – Revive Live w/James and the Cold Gun, Snake Eyes and Stegosaurus Sex Party

7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
From: FREE

The National Lottery’s #ReviveLive Tour Presenting co-headline
James & The Cold Gun / snake eyes + Stegosaurus Sex Party
£7 / 19.00 / 18+
10th of February 2022

New Venue: The Tin Music and Arts
*** This is the new date for this rescheduled show. This show has also been moved from HMV Empire Coventry to The Tin Music and Arts. All tickets remain valid for the new date. If you cannot make the new date, refunds are available from your point of purchase. ***

Buy a ticket to this show and bring a friend for free! We’ve all missed music and mates over the last year. Now is the time to #ComeTogether to #ReviveLive music.

James Joseph of James & The Cold Gun – “At the heart of every community is a grassroots music venue, without these special places, I wouldn’t have had a place to belong when I was growing up and getting into live music, I’m honoured to be a patron of the MVT and love supporting their work”

Jim Heffy of snake eyes – we’re super stoked to be part of the revive live tours in january with our friends in james and the cold gun. january is famously a quiet month for the music industry so it’s important to get people back in grass roots venues again. there’s so many incredible bands being part of it and we’re proud to be able to add our name to the bill. we’ll see you all in 2022

Music Venue Trust (MVT), which represents hundreds of grassroots music venues, has announced The National Lottery’s Revive Live Tour will return in January 2022 with tours by a diverse range of artists including KEG, The Wytches, Cultdreams, Ferris & Sylvester, The Kut, Good Karma Club, BLOCS, Strange Bones, Calva Louise and LibraLibra.

The tour will also see headline artists, including Enter Shikari, Becky Hill, Bastille, Feeder, Kojey Radical, Maisie Peters and The Coral, performing special one-off shows to highlight the importance of grassroots music venues.

Shows will be taking place across the country, with National Lottery players having a chance to bring a ‘plus one’ for free. This extension of The National Lottery’s Revive Live Tour follows the overwhelming success of the inaugural tour during the summer which saw The National Lottery contribute £1M to directly underwrite the touring and production costs of hundreds of live performances, enabling the grassroots live music industry to start promoting shows again in the knowledge that the upfront costs associated with touring were fully covered.
The National Lottery will once again underwrite the full touring and production costs of artists participating as part of their ongoing commitment to the grassroots music sector. This support for the live music sector forms part of a continuing collaboration between VisitBritain and The National Lottery to support the UK Visitor economy.

The money for this initiative comes from a National Lottery promotional fund. It is not being funded by money allocated for National Lottery Good Causes or by Camelot.

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