Jägermeister announces ‘Ice Cold in Hatfield’

PUBLISHED: 21:56 06 October 2011 | UPDATED: 11:24 07 October 2011

The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield

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AN ‘Ice Cold’ music event featuring half a dozen bands is being promoted by Jägermeister at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield next month.

Taking place at the Univerity of Hertfordshire venue on Tuesday, November 29, six bands will play across two rooms.

The line-up features punk rockers The King Blues, The Skints, Turbowolf, Crowns, Hawk Eyes and special guests to be announced.

The over 18s night follows the success of the first Jägermeister ‘Ice Cold’ event in May at Battersea Power Station in London, which saw rock legend Alice Cooper appear in the UK’s first 4D holographic gig.

Forum main room headliners The King Blues have had a hugely successful summer of festival appearances following the release of their third album Punk & Poetry in April.

They will be supported by East London reggae/ska band The Skints and Pogues-style punks Crowns.

The second room will be taken over by roaring Bristol rock ’n’ rollers Turbowolf and Leeds-based alternative metal band Hawk Eyes.

“This show is going to be rad,” said Turbowolf vocalist Chris Georgiadis.

“We’re looking forward to hanging out with the bands, the fans and just having a good time.

“Our buddies Hawk Eyes will blow your ears off and The King Blues will bring the party vibe.

“We’ll bring the biscuits, the huge riffs and total sonic destruction.”

Tickets for ‘Ice Cold in Hatfield’ are just £5 per person thanks to Jägermeister subsidising admission so that fans can see six bands for a one-off ticket price.

Tickets for the College Lane concert go on sale tomorrow (Friday) at 9am from ticketweb.co.uk or 0844 477 2000.

All of the bands performing at the Forum on November 29 are part of the JägerMusic programme, which supports both new and established signed and unsigned bands from across the UK.


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