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.
Concrete Natives are a British Funk group who started making music towards the end of 2016. Incorporating a blend of soul, rock’n’roll and the blues with contemporary influences coupled with an electric live performance, they deliver a... view artist profile
Like upbeat jazz funk and incredible mashups? Look no further. The Prussian Dolls, fronted by the beautiful Natalie Hall, will spin you into the night with an ever-enthralling mix of tight beats, slick brass and lashings of wah wah. You know you w... view artist profile
Big Smoke Brass – UK are changing perceptions of brass instruments with their hard-hitting, high-energy performances of well-known pop tunes unlike anything you have heard before. Formed in 2017, the totally unique line up of 4 trumpets, sou... view artist profile
7 piece funk extraordinnaire Slaphazzard is a funkadelic fiesta guaranteed to funk you up.
From James Brown and the Famous Flames to Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, Slaphazzard are more than just Chic (pun intended), they’re Supe... view artist profile
Honor Carr is a 17 year old singer songwriter based in South West London. Influenced by various artists such as Lana Del rey, Radiohead and Billie Marten, she loves experimenting and trying out new genres and styles, writing with emotive lyrics an... view artist profile
Ages 8+ (I.D may be required, Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult 18+)
£9 Early Bird £10 Standard Advance £12 On The Door
Music students (ACM, BIMM and ICMP) receive Early Bird Ticket price on the door. Valid student photo ID required and entry is subject to capacity
Long Live Live Music!
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