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Live music at the Leamington Spa Assembly
The Leamington Spa Assembly is a stunning art-deco entertainment venue in the heart of Leamington Spa. Built in 1926, and active in the music scene since 2008, the venue is considered one of the best music venues in Warwickshire. It received the highly coveted Music Award for "Best Live Music" in 2010, and the award for "Best Live Entertainment Venue" at the 2009 Godiva Awards. The multi-purpose venue has hosted a number of famous DJs and bands. Inside, it features an incredible stage and sight lines, making it the perfect location for large-scale events like live music shows, television recordings and special art events. The main room has a theatrical structure that retains many of its original features like a mezzanine, creating a grand classical look finished with modern touches and contemporary bars. Buy Leamington Spa Assembly tickets on StubHub to make sure you don’t miss out.
What to expect from a night at the assembly
Leamington Spa Assembly tickets showcase a venue with an excellent capacity for live shows. The long-standing musical heritage of the venue is particularly well set up in terms of loading access, with a vast backstage area and access to various dressing rooms. It features a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system throughout the venue, giving audiences an incredible experience. Previous events at the venue have included performances by From the Jam, Martin Kemp, Lloyd Cole, Ward Thomas and Craig Charles, among others. If you like eclectic nightlife and other local haunts like the Royal Spa Centre or Zephyr Lounge, you’ll enjoy Leamington Spa Assembly tickets. Gigs are generally restricted to 18+ unless otherwise stated. Stay up-to-date with the latest events on StubHub.
A history of the 1920s venue
The Leamington Spa Assembly was first known as The Bath Assembly Hall when it opened in the 1920s. It has an art-deco interior reminiscent of this period, and in its early days the venue held regular balls and dances, where people would come to foxtrot, waltz and quickstep. Later it was renamed The Palais de Danse, where music was provided by resident musicians including The Jack Southern Band. The venue was known for its unique dance steps during this era, and continued to play host to regular dances in the 1930s and 1940s when it was also popular with locally based American servicemen. Fast forward to the 2000s and, after a period of closure, the building was meticulously renovated and reopened in 2008. The Assembly’s club events have become extremely popular over the years, with an eclectic schedule of household names and up-and-coming stars. See what's happening at The Assembly on StubHub today, and buy or sell your tickets through our secure platform.
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