L7 tickets

L7 Tickets

L7 are more than a band. The influence of a generation and beyond, they have come to define alternative America. See them play at Electric Ballroom in London on Tuesday 12th of June 2018.

The demand is high with fans all wanting to get their hands on L7 tickets so it is best to get yours booked before they are all gone. You can place your gig tickets order with Gigantic 24/7 using your tablet, smartphone or computer.

With such high demand, we recommend that you set a personal reminder right now which will alert you with a text message or an email as soon as they become available at 10:00 on Friday 13th of April.





Although often lumped in with the "Seattle Movement" of the early '90s (due to their sound, look, and attitude), the all-female punk band L7 originally hailed from Los Angeles. The seeds for L7 (whose name was taken from a slang term in the '50s that meant someone who was a "square") were planted in 1985, when a pair of guitarist/singers, Suzi Gardner and Donita Sparks, decided to start a band. Over the next few years, the group extended its line up to include bassist Jennifer Finch and drummer Dee Plakas, as its sound grew more and more metallic yet never lost the attack and simplicity of punk. In 1988 L7 were signed by the Epitaph label, which issued their self-titled debut the same year, and the group spent the better part of the next few years touring the world. The band issued Smell the Magic for the Sub Pop label in 1991.

With Nirvana finally bringing punk to the mainstream, bands such as L7 suddenly became "en vogue" as the quartet was signed to Slash/Reprise, issuing its best-known album with the Butch Vig-produced Bricks Are Heavy in April of 1992 (which spawned the popular MTV hit "Pretend We're Dead"). L7's follow-up, 1994's Hungry for Stink, failed to expand the group's following despite being part of the 1994 version of the traveling U.S. alt-rock festival Lollapalooza. Bassist Finch left the group shortly thereafter (eventually replaced by former Belly bassist Gail Greenwood) and the group issued such further releases as 1997's The Beauty Process: Triple Platinum, 1998's Live: Omaha to Osaka, and 1999's Slap-Happy.

The excitement continues to build and we expect L7 concert tickets to sell very fast. Plus, with only limited amounts being put on sale by the event organisers, you will have to act quickly and place your booking before they all go. If you have any questions, then contact our dedicated customer service team who can assist with every question when selecting from our huge range of essential gig tickets. Remember, award winning ticket vendor Gigantic is the very best place to come to make a stress-free booking before enjoying your big night out.

Buy Tickets With Confidence

Gigantic are a primary ticket agent and full members of STAR (Secure Tickets from Authorised Retailers)

More info

Spotify

Newsletter

Let us keep you up to date with all the latest events via our weekly newsletter

Sign up