Stone Foundation will be playing three gigs at the Queen's Hall in Nuneaton on Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th September. The full band will be playing an extended set featuring the whole of the new album "Is Love Enough?" as well as a selection of Stone Foundation favourites. This will be the first opportunity to hear much of the new album as the gigs fall before the release date.
These gigs will be socially distanced as per the UK government's current guidelines on indoor events. This means that they will be seated at tables, set up in a similar way to how pubs are at the moment.
Owing to the fact that capacity at the venue will be greatly reduced, ticket prices are slightly higher than we would usually like (£31.20). For this reason we have decided to include some extras. Every ticket holder will receive a setlist signed by the entire band on the day. Additionally a digital copy of the new album will also be included (available to download on release day 24th Sept). Finally the tickets will be processed digitally. They will not be posted out, so there are no postage charges or booking fees.
If you purchase a ticket and are unable to attend the gig due to either a local lockdown preventing you from travelling or you are quarantining as a result of government Track & Trace instructions, you will receive a full refund upon proof of this.