The Good The Bad and The Queen To Close Palais

The alt.rock supergroup will be the last band to play doomed venue

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The Good, The Bad and the Queen have been confirmed as being the last band to play at closing-down London venue, Hammersmith Palais.

The supergroup feauturing Blur’s Damon Albarn, Clash man Paul Simonon, Tony Allen and ex-Verve Simon Tong will play a special show on March 31.

Special guests on the night will be The Tony Allen Orchestra, with many more to be added to the line-up to give the Palais a good party to see it off.

The venue is closing following planning permision granted earlier this year to turn the site into office blocks. The bulldozers move in on April 1st.

The venue has hosted concerts by The Rolling Stones, The Clash, and U2 amongst the many in it’s long history.

The annual NME Awards will take place at the venue for the last time at the Palais, tomorrow night (March 1).

Tickets for the The Good The Bad and the Queen will go on sale this Friday (March 2), priced £25. Limited to four per person.

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