8 Talbot Street, Nottingham, Nottingham, NG1 5GG
Approx. capacity: 2000
Rock City is based in Nottingham City Centre, with a capacity of 2000, and is known for its intimate atmosphere. The club features four bars spread across two rooms; the Main hall and the Basement, both of which are all-standing during gigs, with an additional room previously known as The Rig operating separately since September 2011 as the Black Cherry Lounge. Rock City plays host to various sized gigs, from smaller upcoming bands of the underground and local scene, to bands that are getting chart success.
The nearest station is Nottingham Station, Carrington Road, NG2 3AQ. To reach Rock City from the train station it is approximately 15-20 minutes walk. Head right out of the station and walk towards the Broadmarsh Centre. Continue straight up Listergate, onto Albert street and across the Market Square. Cross the Square to Market Street and head up towards the Royal Concert Hall. Rock City is towards the back of the Concert Hall on Talbot Street.
The following routes stop outside Rock City: 78, 79, 80, 35, 36. The nearest bus station is Victoria Centre.
Park & Ride Tram to Royal Centre from various different stops. Nottingham City Centre parking.
Please contact the venue on 0115 950 6547.
General Access Info
The venue are currently working on improving the Disabled access. Please contact them for any special requirements.
More information about Parkway Drive tickets
Australian hardcore band, Parkway Drive are excited to announce a brief UK Tour in support of the band’s latest release Atlas. The tour will kick off Friday, December 12th in London and wrap in Manchester on December 17th, and will feature special guests: Heaven Shall Burn, Northlane and Carnifex.
“It's been too long since we've hit the UK, so we plan on making up for lost time” said Parkway Drive front man Winston McCall – “We're bringing some amazing bands and one hell of a crazy show, let's see if the UK can step it up again in the usual fashion. Bring it.”
Recorded in Los Angeles with esteemed producer Matt Hyde (Slayer, Hatebreed), Atlas which has received tremendous worldwide acclaim from both fans as well as the key media, boasts some of the most up front and confrontational material Parkway Drive has ever released, while at the same time taking several unexpected turns into lush sonic terrain, redefining their trademark sound while reinforcing their position as leaders in their field.
Kerrang! Magazine called Atlas “one of the most monstrous and immense albums of the year”, granting it a perfect, 5/5 score, while Metal Hammer stated that with this album, Parkway Drive “have become one of the most important heavy bands of recent years."