Anthrax

Anthrax

O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Performing: Anthrax and The Raven Age

14+ only in the standing area, 8s - 13s must be accompanied by an adult in the seating area. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
STANDING £34.40 (£29.50) Transaction fee applicable * Contact venue for tickets
BALCONY £34.40 (£29.50) Transaction fee applicable * Contact venue for tickets

Contact venue for tickets

Performing 'Among The Living' and More.

Venue Information

The Forum takes the needs of disabled customers very seriously and actively
encourages people of all abilities to attend the events scheduled at the Venue.
Though built in the 1930s, the building has been modernized to allow Wheelchair
access via front of house to the Disabled platform in Downstairs Standing area
(please note there is no direct backstage disabled access).

Due to Licensing and Health & Safety Assessments, we regret the number of
wheelchairs that we can admit to the building is limited. In order to ensure
that all disabled patrons to the HMV Forum are adequately catered for, we
request that all disabled customers contact the venue at
info@kentishtownforum.com or telephone on 020 7428 4080 prior to booking.

However, if you feel there is a show that will sell out very quickly then we
advise patrons to go ahead and buy their ticket first to avoid disappointment.
You will need to email us immediately to let us know you have purchased a
ticket and inform us of your disability. As mentioned above we regret the
number of wheelchairs that we can admit to the building is limited and
therefore we must treat these patrons on a first come first served basis. In
the unlikely event that the disabled area is full by the time we receive your
email then we would inform you of this and a refund would be given.

However, if you feel there is a show that will sell out very quickly then we
advise patrons to go ahead and buy their ticket first to avoid disappointment.
You will need to email us immediately to let us know you have purchased a
ticket and inform us of your disability. As mentioned above we regret the
number of wheelchairs that we can admit to the building is limited and
therefore we must treat these patrons on a first come first served basis. In
the unlikely event that the disabled area is full by the time we receive your
email then we would inform you of this and a refund would be given.

On the evening of an event, we do advise disabled customers to arrive at the
Venue 15 minutes prior to Doors, ideally accompanied by a companion Over 18
years old who will be admitted free of charge.

The Free companion ticket is available to patrons that are registered disabled.
The ticket to be paid for needs to be booked in advance.

Please email info@kentishtownforum.com or phone 020 7428 4099 for specific
requests, enquiries or comments regarding access/personal needs and a member
of our team will endeavour to accommodate such requirements.

No under 14's.

14-16 years must be accompanied by an adult and may be asked for proof of
age and ID. No proof, no entry.

Club nights are strictly over 18's only. Anthrax
It's rare that a career gets a second shot, let alone a whole second act, but then ANTHRAX isn't your average band. Formed in New York in 1981, the group that would go on to sell over ten million records and become the living embodiment of America's hi-top wearing, riff-spitting, ear-thrashing answer to the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal has undergone not one, but two complete eras - but that isn't their real achievement. More than the group who let a fledgling METALLICA crash on their studio floor in 1983, who became a lightning rod for geekdom by immortalizing Judge Dredd with 'I Am The Law' in 1987, who enthusiastically raised a middle finger to the critics and unimaginative fans alike by collaborating with rappers PUBLIC ENEMY in 1991, and who - in 2011 with the release of »Worship Music« - proved that classic albums aren't a bygone concept, the story of ANTHRAX is one of gritty determination in the face of outrageous odds.