A Night of Lauryn Hill Tickets

Jazz Cafe,
Monday 28th May 2018 7:00pm
Maximum of 6 tickets
Over 18s only

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Buy Tickets for A Night of Lauryn Hill

Early Bird 18+ Gov ID Required, last entry 9.30pm

£13.20 inc. booking fee

£12.00 face value

Standard 18+ Gov ID Required, last entry 9.30pm

£17.60 inc. booking fee

£16.00 face value


Information

  • Doors: 7:00pm
  • Begins: 7:00pm
  • End: 11:00pm

Enjoy an evening dedicated to Lauryn Hill as a full live band play classics from the living legend in celebration of her birthday.

The Fugee and multi-award winning vocalist will forever be one of the most impactful female artists of our time. Join us as we perform classics across her back catalogue featuring songs such as Turn Your Lights Down Low, Fugees classics and songs from the record breaking Miseducation of Lauryn Hill album.

Monday 28th May 2018
The Jazz Cafe, 5 Parkway, Camden, London NW1 7PG

Please Note:
A Cloakroom is available.
Seating is only available on the mezzanine level for dining guests, this can be booked direct through The Jazz Cafe and is subject to availability.

Venue Terms & Conditions:
THIS EVENT IS STRICTLY FOR GUESTS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER ONLY
Valid Photo ID (Hard copies of Passport/Driver’s License/National ID) is a requirement of entry for guests & ticket holders of all ages
Dress Code: Smart / Casual (trainers OK)
Doors open at 7pm
Last entry 9.30pm. Event curfew 11pm.

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Address

5 Parkway
London,
UK
NW1 7PG

Venue age restrictions:

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The Jazz Café was opened in Stoke Newington in 1990 but the original format, that of a jazz-only venue modelled on Ronnie Scott's, proved to be unsustainable. It was bought by Mama & Company and reinvented as a musical shrine to pretty much all forms of music with a thread of African-American DNA, from jazz to soul, dance, funk, hip-hop, blues and reggae – but it also welcomes crossover acts, world music, metal and anything else which promises to rock the house. The Restaurant specialises, appropriately enough, in smoking things.

The local Tube station is Camden Town (Northern), just around the corner in Camden High Street. Camden Road Overground is slightly further off. Local bus routes include 24, 27, 31, 168, N5, N28, N31, 274 and C2.

 

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