Palaye Royale September 2018 Promo
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Palaye Royale Announce New Venue For London Show

The original venue, KOKO, has been temporarily closed.

Palaye Royale have announced a venue change for one of their upcoming UK shows, as their original date at London’s KOKO can no longer happen.

With KOKO being temporarily closed, the gig has now moved to Electric Brixton on October 7.

Frontman Remington Leith says:

It was always a dream for Palaye Royale to have the chance to play KOKO and sell it out. Well, you, The Soldiers of the Royal Council, made that dream come true. 

But unfortunately due to circumstances way beyond our control, we just found out that we have to move the show from KOKO to a new venue. On top of all that, we learned that there weren’t any proper venues available on Friday to fit everyone that purchased tickets… so we had to find the best-suited venue that was free on the nearest date. 

So now we will be playing our show on Sunday, October 7th at Brixton Electric – we hope to see every one of you there. And now we have 100 more tickets available for this show – so if you couldn’t come before, now is your chance to see us play our biggest show yet!”

Palaye Royale Electric Brixton October 2018

Catch Palaye Royale live at the following:


2 Glasgow King Tuts
3 Manchester Academy 2
7 London Electric Brixton

Posted on September 26th 2018, 10:11a.m.
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