The Brand New Heavies Tickets

Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
Saturday 8th May 2021 7:00pm
Maximum of 6 tickets
14+ (under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)

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The Brand New Heavies are back with a brand new album 'TNBH' (Acid Jazz), which features guest appearances from Beverley Knight, N'Dea Davernport, Angie Stone, Siedah Garret, Laville, Angel Ricci and more. The debut single from the album was a cover of the Kendrick Lamar song 'These Walls' lovingly produced by Mark Ronson. The latest single 'Beautiful' features Beverley Knight.
Pioneers of the London Acid Jazz scene, The Brand New Heavies, have been responsible for some of the UK’s biggest R&B / Soul tracks, scoring sixteen top 40 singles including ‘Dream On Dreamer’, 'Never Stop', 'Dream come true', 'Midnight at the Oasis', 'Brother Sister', 'You are the Universe', 'Sometimes', 'Stay this Way' and ‘You’ve Got A Friend’, as well as over two million album sales.

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Address

9c Victoria Street
Edinburgh
Midlothian
UK
EH12HE

Venue age restrictions:

Over 14s only

Accessibility Information

For information on disabled access please contact the venue on 0131 225 2564 between the hours of 10am and 4pm Monday-Friday.

Location
The Liquidroom is situated in Victoria Street which forms part of the Old Town. The Liquidroom is half way up the street on the right hand side.Please note that Victoria Street is one way access from the Grassmarket if travelling by car.

The Liquidroom is only 5 minutes walk from 'Waverely Train Station'. When walking out of the train station, turn left and walk up through Cockburn Street steps to the Royal Mile. The venue is only a few minutes away if you walk directly towards the Castle turning left onto George IV Bridge. The opening of Victoria Street can be seen clearly on the right hand side.

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