Orange Goblin Announce 25th Anniversary Live-Streamed Gigs

London metal titans Orange Goblin are doing two shows, and you can actually watch them in the flesh!

Orange Goblin Announce 25th Anniversary Live-Streamed Gigs
Nick Ruskell

Orange Goblin have announced a pair of special live-streamed shows next month. Which is good news in itself. But the best bit is: YOU CAN ACTUALLY GO TO IT AND REMEMBER HOW AWESOME GIGS ARE. The two gigs will take place on November 15 and 16 at The Dome in Tufnell Park, London, and a limited number of tickets are available now.

The gigs will focus on different eras of the band’s 25-years at the heavy metal mill, with night one taking in their first five albums (dubbed From Planet Ten… To The House Of God), while the second night (They Come Back… The Filthy And The Damned) taking in the second half of their career. Both will be loud and boozy.

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“2020. The world has gone to shit and any plans we had to tour and celebrate our 25th Anniversary seemed to have gone with it. Until now,” says singer Ben Ward.

“Each night we will celebrate a different era of the band with songs drawn from each specific period to make sure both nights are truly unique. As well as being able to broadcast across the world, we are thrilled to be able to invite a select few people to be able to actually attend the shows thanks to the socially-distanced regulations at the venue.

“There hasn’t been much for people to get excited about this year but we hope that this will give the Orange Goblin fans something to look forward to and we promise that there will also be other little treats both online and at the shows for those that get involved!”

Tickets and more info are available here.

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