Comet country gig guide June 29 - July 6

PUBLISHED: 11:09 29 June 2006 | UPDATED: 10:23 06 May 2010

Thursday June 29 * 66 Kicks – The Arena Tavern, Letchworth. * Balls to the Wall presents aboycalledhero, First Sings of Frost, Ormost Ordinary – Club 85, Hitchin, £4. * Grapevine Blues – The Rising Sun, Potton. * Hombre – Postels Club, Stevenage. * Magnet

Thursday June 29

* 66 Kicks - The Arena Tavern, Letchworth.

* Balls to the Wall presents aboycalledhero, First Sings of Frost, Ormost Ordinary - Club 85, Hitchin, £4.

* Grapevine Blues - The Rising Sun, Potton.

* Hombre - Postels Club, Stevenage.

* Magnetics - The Red Lion, Stevenage, 9pm.

* Maria Confait - The Three Horseshoes, Letchworth.

* Stuart O'Connor, My Pet Junkie - Weatherly Centre, Biggleswade.

* Vanilla Nightmare - The Horn, St Albans.

Friday June 30

* Blind Drunk Jules - The Sailor, Hitchin.

* Chocolate Fireguard - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Clinical Promotions present The Runners, The New Town Centres, Model Horror - Club 85, Hitchin, £5.

* Grand Union - Hitchin Town Hall, 7.30pm.

* Him and the Owld Fella - The Buck's Head, Little Wymondley, 8.30pm.

* Stuart O'Connor - The Phoenix, Hitchin.

Saturday July 1

* Fridge Magnates - The Engine, Baldock.

* Lost Boys - Coach and Horses, Stevenage.

* Hit 'n' Run - Postels Club, Stevenage.

* NHSPH presents Gallows (and others tbc) - Club 85, Hitchin.

Sunday July 2

* Eclectic Mix featuring Clayson and the Argonauts, The Otters, The Righteous Ones of the Blazing Rockets - Club 85, Hitchin, £3.

* Hex - The Pig and Whistle, Aston, 3pm.

* Juke Joint - The Red Lion, Stevenage, 9pm.

* Regina Spektor - The Junction, Cambridge.

Tuesday July 4

* Frog Stupid, Six Point Five, Wee Bit Merry - The Green Room, Welwyn GC, 7.30pm, £4.

Thursday July 6

* Airplay - The Red Lion, Stevenage.

* Allen Westwood - Postels Club, Stevenage.

* Dan Williams Allstars - The Arena Tavern, Letchworth.

* Hit 'n' Run - The Three Horseshoes, Letchworth.

* The Rocketeers, The Dead Sea Sounds - The Hogshead, Stevenage, 8.30pm.


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