Gig guide for The Horn and The Farmer’s Boy in St Albans
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A Northern Irish singer-songwriter heads to St Albans later this week.
Pat Dam Smyth can be seen live at The Horn on Thursday, July 13 as part of his UK tour, with support coming from Neil Stanton.
The gig starts at 8pm and tickets cost £6.50 in advance and £9 on the door.
Three-piece Allergy will be bringing their high energy indie-rock covers to the Victoria Street venue on Friday night.
The band will be on stage at 10.30pm and there’s free entry.
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Bootleg Blondie will be playing the biggest hits of Debbie Harry and Atomic band Blondie at The Horn on Saturday night.
Tickets cost £10 in advance and £12 on the door.
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Comfort Eagle return to The Farmer’s Boy on Thursday night.
They will be playing a mixture of tunes including tracks by Jimi Hendrix, Foo Fighters and Green Day.
On Saturday afternoon, Stanley Dee will be playing their annual event in a Summer Garden Party.
The music starts at 3pm, accompanied by a barbecue.
Sunday sees the return of Bad Bones to the pub in London Road.
As Wednesday, July 19 is the third in the month, it’s Open Mic Night with Pete Sutton.
All singers, musicians and spectators are welcome.
Next Thursday, Slaves will be playing The Farmer’s Boy in St Albans.