VAN MORRISON is set to return to London next month for a set of very special intimate gigs in London – and you’re invited.
The iconic Camden Lock venue formerly known as Dingwalls is set to reopen this November under the brand-new name Powerhaus.
To mark the occasion, music promoter Vince Power has enlisted the services of Northern Ireland’s greatest ever export, Van Morrison.
Famed for his inspired live performances, Van will play two intimate, reduced capacity gigs to mark the grand opening of PowerHaus on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th November 2020.
To ensure social distancing and protect public welfare, only 150 tickets are available for each performance with limited numbers available here.
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Commenting on the gig plans, Vince Power said: “I am delighted to be reopening this renowned London venue. London’s nightlife and live music culture is legendary, and this place has such an extraordinary legacy.
“Van is an incredible performer and these gigs will be a chance to see him in a very intimate environment as in order to follow government guidelines we are only able to offer a limited number of tickets.”
PowerHaus, formerly known as Dingwalls, is a 500-capacity Camden Town landmark located inside Camden market. Its colourful heritage can be traced all the way back to June 1973 when Dingwalls Dance Hall, previously a timber yard, was officially opened. N
Now relaunching as PowerHaus, its legacy lives on as one of London’s most famous live music venues. PowerHaus was the name of one of Vince Power’s original venues in Islington which opened 1989-1995
It played host to artists such as Radiohead, The Stone Roses, Primal Scream, Blur, The Cranberries, Pulp and The Flaming Lips 1993.
Power, who is committed to reviving the grassroots live music scene in London, already runs Nell’s Jazz and Blues in Kensington, Subterania in Ladbroke Grove and The Fiddler in Kilburn.