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The Kerrang! Awards 2016 Is Go!

Party. Time.
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The date for the biggest party in the rock calendar is officially confirmed… and you’re invited! 

Stop what you’re doing, world! The Kerrang! Awards 2016 is on. On Thursday, June 9 at the Troxy in London.

While it’s set to be business as usual on the inebriated rockstar front, there’s a big change at this year’s awards. We called up some of our coolest megastar pals to arrange a very special live performance, which will be happening once the awards ceremony is over. Imagine that… a gig… after the awards. It’s going to be spectacular.

So… do you wanna be at part of the shindig of the year? Of course you do! Well, there’s two types of tickets which can both be purchased at the link below. The first gets you into the glitziest awards ceremony in rock AND the gig afterwards – those cost £25, plus booking fee, and even see you get a limited-edition goodie bag. While the second batch of tickets get you into just the incredible live show, and they cost £20, plus booking fee. Once tickets are gone, they’re gone, so ACT FAST and hopefully we’ll see you there.


WHEN: Thursday, June 9

WHERE: Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX


£20 + booking fee for gig entrance only

£25 + booking fee for awards and gig entrance (+ goodie bag)



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Posted on April 6th 2016, 9:07am
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