On sale! Grab your tickets for the next Big Indie Big Nights event with Thee MVPs now!

The fourth edition of DIY’s live night collaboration with label Big Indie comes to Tileyard Studios on 11th July.

Back in May, we announced the next series of bands set to play our new monthly live night in collaboration with label Big Indie.

Entitled Big Indie Big Nights and taking place each month at Two Tribes Brewery in Tileyard Studios (a stone’s throw from Kings Cross FYI), the first two events saw 80s-tinged Londoners Factory Seconds and widescreen indie boys Para Alta perform intimate sets for us, in the lovely boozy surrounds of the venue.

Grungey Midlanders Superego then took to the stage earlier this month, and on 11th July, London garage punks Thee MVPs will bring the noise.

These tickets - completely free - are set to fly, so grab one here and join us on the 11th.

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