THE TICKETS have performed at many different venues, varying from the Great Hall in the Louwman Museum (see header photo), sports clubs, professional party venues, community halls, open air stages, bars and restaurants, beach clubs, libraries, film theatres and even the occasional living room party. Many are private performances that we can’t share here, but we will announce and when possible report on our growing number of public venue bookings so you can come and join us for some musical entertainment!
UPCOMING PUBLIC PERFORMANCE DATES:
Saturday 14 september: Weekend van Voorschoten – at 11:00, 12:00 and 14:15 on Cultuurmarkt podium 1 next to restaurant Hudson
Sunday 29 September: Galerie Café Leidse Lente, 15:00-17:00
SHORT IMPRESSIONS FROM SOME OF OUR RECENT PERFORMANCES:
Thor de Bataaf on June 23rd
A six set gig to provide ongoing musical entertainment during the finals of this tennis tournament. We can just about fit ourselves plus all our instruments and equipment onto the provided 2×2 stage.
Herring party on June 15th
Delicious celebration of the arrival of the first 2019 catch…
Brasserie OCK on June 9th
Another outdoor performance to a fully occupied terrace – less hot than last weekend but just as enjoyable.
Café Rooie Cor on Sunday 5 May
This traditional Dutch bar, overlooking part of the Wassenaar marina, had us booked for one of their regular Sunday live music sessions. We entertained a nice mixture of expat and local guests with our acoustic versions of Sixties classics.
Cultuurcafé Noordwijk – Sunday 3 February
It was an extremely Sunny Afternoon in Noordwijk, which fortunately didn’t stop the public from coming to enjoy our 75 minute set on this nicely laid out stage. Great atmosphere, great acoustics and most importantly a great audience made this a memorable gig.
Sixties exhibition in Museum Voorschoten on 19 and 20 January
We closed this successful local exhibition with a weekend performance covering 19 different artists with hits covering every year from 1960-1969. Visitors could have their photo taken on one of the iconic mopeds of the era. As Nigel used to own one of these, he didn’t pass on that opportunity. Local press report below.