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Tonight: Watch The Interrupters Bring The Party To A Tiny London Bar

The Interrupters add a touch of ska to The K! Pit

Los Angeles skalords The Interrupters turned London’s K! Pit into a skanking frenzy, transforming our usual favourite mosh-ridden dive bar into the ultimate dancehall.

Packing as many bodies inside Blondies bar as physically possible, The Interrupters blasted through a fiery five-song set, whipping the sweaty crowd into a sea of fist-pumps, crowdsurfs and bad dance moves (we’re sorry).

Want to see for yourself? We’ll be streaming the show on our Facebook page tomorrow night (June 27) at 7:30pm GMT, 2:30pm EST, and 11:30am PST. Can’t watch it then? Stay tuned for a link to the YouTube video once it’s over.

Here’s a glimpse of the ska-punk action.

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The Interrupters are touring the UK early next year and we’ve got an exclusive pre-sale on tickets.

The Interrupters 2020 UK tour


27: Cardiff, Tramshed – get your tickets now
28: Birmingham, O2 Institute – get your tickets now
29: Liverpool, O2 Academy – get your tickets now
31: Glasgow, SWG3get your tickets now


01: Leeds, O2 Academy – get your tickets now
02: Manchester, O2 Ritz – get your tickets now
04: Bristol, O2 Academy – get your tickets now
05: Nottingham, Rock City – get your tickets now
07: London, O2 Forum Kentish Town – get your tickets now

To watch the K! Pit stream tomorrow, make sure to follow us on Facebook. To get yourself warmed up, check out one of our previous shows.

Posted on June 26th 2019, 6:00p.m.
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