Jäger Curtain Call Lady Bird to play London’s Moth Club for Jäger Curtain Call 2019

Lady Bird to play London’s Moth Club for Jäger Curtain Call 2019

The trio will take on the glitzy Hackney venue in September.

As you almost-certainly know by now, back in 2015, DIY teamed up with Jägermeister to launch Jäger Curtain Call, a project designed to lend a hand to bands at an undeniably important point in their careers. Taking place on Curtain Road - the home of many iconic labels, studios and venues - Jäger Curtain Call was about providing bands with the opportunity - whether that be through recording, making videos or playing gigs - to make their next step really count.

Last year, we went one better, stopping off at Manchester and Glasgow as well as the capital for three killer shows with Yowl, LIFE and Sweaty Palms, and one big knees-up in the Jägerhaus at All Points East and this year, we’ve heading off around the country again!

Following an already-legendary return to Victoria Park (catch up on that one here), we’re set to make stops in London, Liverpool and Bristol with three of our favourite new artists - Zuzu, Lady Bird and Heavy Lungs - in tow.

Having already confirmed details for Zuzu’s hometown show at Liverpool’s Phase One - more info on that here - we can now confirm that those lovable Kent punks in Lady Bird will be taking on the glitzy confines of London’s Moth Club for their round of Jäger Curtain Call. They’ll play the Hackney venue on 11th September, and supports will be revealed shortly.

The show is 18+ and tickets are priced at £9 - absolute bargain, if we do say so ourselves - and you can pick them up here or here right now.

Lady Bird to play London’s Moth Club for Jäger Curtain Call 2019

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