Having staged some of the most prolific artists of recent decades, as well as an abundance of new and exciting music, O2 Academy Islington delivers both excellence and innovation. Saturated in creativity, solid in substance, this iconic venue continues to attract the best of the best and HOT VOX never fails to bring this.
Lilypads have quickly established themselves in the London music scene through their unique songwriting and dazzling harmonies.
Winners of the Hotvox and Bingley Festival Future Icon competition, the boys have been fast tracked to pla... view artist profile
From ancient sea shanties to southern gothic ballads. Haunting indie folk to full power 90’s feminist sass. Message from the Ravens are the girl band who sing the lost stories that the ravens have witnessed since the dawn of time. The band c... view artist profile
Subject to Change are an independent band from Northwest London. They settle under the category of rock but their influences stretch from Billy Joel to Thundercat, Joni Mitchell to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Simon & Garfunkel to Shostakovich. They... view artist profile
Zak Gregory is a songwriter-singer currently based in London, hailing from Churchover. Self taught on the guitar, Zak has his debut album, Unfinished. a few singles and a demo EP currently out in the world, with his second album ‘Whatever He... view artist profile
Ages 8+ (I.D may be required, Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult 18+)
£11.50 ADV / £14 OTD
Security – Bag Policy
Large bags – including rucksacks are not allowed. There are no facilities to leave large bags or luggage. If you really have to bring a bag – and it’s preferable you don’t – please make sure it’s small. Only one small bag per person is permitted and it must not be bigger than A4 size. Height: 28.7cm Width: 21cm Depth 15cm
Located in vibrant North London, O2 Academy Islington hosts live music and club nights from established acts looking for an intimate performance atmosphere and new and emerging artists cutting their teeth in the capital. Opening on 19 September 2003 with an immense show from US rockers Alkaline Trio, an impressive list of acts followed in their footsteps onto the stage with Muse, The Cure, Eminem, Beck, KISS, Biffy Clyro and The Script all playing at the venue in its early years.
16 Parkfield St, London, N1 0PS