More Gigs


From Alan Christmas (nb I’m not sure about the exact locations of all of these) but he has mentioned The Crown tomorrow Thursday (I think this an ‘open mic’ night but it;’s not quite clear) then

Vinyl Tap are playing The Robin Hood Rowlands Castle this Friday 2nd of June and Nothin Yet are playing the Coal Exchange in the Garden on Saturday 3rd June at 4pm.


Tuxedo Junction are performing at Bar 69 in Palmerston Road, Southsea, this coming Sunday afternoon, 2pm—5pm.

It’s a good idea to book early if attending  for their Sunday lunch and music. If the weather’s nice, the windows and doors will be opened to the pavement area, everyone can then stop for an eyeful of the “boys” and  earful of sooopah sounds.

Author: pompeypop

University lecturer, longtime local musician and recently historian of popular music - especially in and around Portsmouth. My blog is entirely about that topic

2 thoughts on “More Gigs

  1. The Crown is virtually centre of town in Emsworth, Robin Hood is a few yards up from the now defunct Fountain in Rowlands Castle.

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