MODS MAYDAY 2020

Round Chapel, London.

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £33.00 (£30.00) Fees applicable *
UNRESERVED BALCONY SEATING £38.50 (£35.00) Fees applicable *
LIMITED EARLY BIRD DOWNSTAIRS £27.50 (£25.00) Fees applicable *
OFFICIAL MODS MAYDAY 2020 T-SHIRT £27.50 (£25.00) Fees applicable *
OFFICIAL MODS MAYDAY POSTER £16.50 (£15.00) Fees applicable *

* There is a £1.00 order processing fee.

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AGMP presents

MODS MAYDAY 2020

After the 2019 Mods Mayday sold out in record time we are pleased to announce the line up and new venue for the 2020 edition.

The Round Chapel in Hackney will host the 2020 Mods Mayday with some of the best live bands from the Mod scene along with stalls, visuals and DJ's for the most essential day in the Mod calender.

Eddie Piller will once again compere and this year's line up includes the following:

KENNEY JONES from the Faces, Small Faces and The Who.

SECRET AFFAIR

NINE BELOW ZERO

THE LAMBRETTAS

THE VAPORS

THE CHORDS UK

THE STYLE COUNCILLORS

SQUIRE

Limited edition official Mods Mayday T-Shirts and Concert Posters can be purchased here and collected at the venue on the day of the event.

Doors open 2.30pm until late.

As the drummer with The Small Faces, Faces and The Who, Kenney Jones has been at the heart of three biggest bands ever to have come out of the UK.  

Secret Affair formed in 1978 after previous incarnation as New HeartsIn a period of a little over two years, they posted five releases in the UK Singles Chart, and released three albums. The debut single "Time For Action" reached number 13 in the UK chart, putting them at the forefront of the mod revival movement. More chart success followed with "Let Your Heart Dance", "My World" and "Sound Of Confusion". They also drew up plans for a smart-dressing youth movement - The Glory Boys – based around the idea of 1960s gangster chic, influenced by the movie, "Performance."

The Lambrettas came to prominence in the late 1970's Mod Revival scene in the UK. Their first single "Poison Ivy" captured the zeitgeist of the time and went straight into the Top 10 of the UK charts and earned the band a slot on BBC1's "Top of the Pops". Further singles "D-a-a-ance", "Another Day, Another Girl", & "Good times" brought the band a huge audience. 

The Chords were championed by Paul Weller and Sham 69's Jimmy Pursey before signing to Polydor Records and scoring chart hits with "Maybe Tomorrow", "Something's Missing", "The British Way of Life" and more. Their debut album "So Far Away" reached number 30 in the naitonal charts. Now fronted by original member Chris Pope, The Chords UK will be playing the hits and selections from their recent album "Take on Life" tonight.

One of the UK's finest Rhythm & Blues Bands, Nine below Zero. Formed in 1979, they signed the following year to A&M Records and released the seminal "Live at the Marquee" LP. In 1981 their first studio album "Don't Point Your Finger" was released and the band play alongside The Kinks & The Who. In 1982 they appeared on the BBC TV show "The Young Ones" with the track "Eleven + Eleven" before releasing arguably their finest album "Third Degree".

The Style Councillors are the world's one and only tribute to The Style Council.

Formed in 2013 by Darren Fletcher (Paul Weller) and Steve Hayes (Mick Talbot), The Style Councillors have quickly built a loyal fanbase for the group which was Paul Weller's home for the majority of the 1980's and where he wrote some of his finest songs. Dani Clay (Dee C. Lee) and Craig Read (Steve White) are joined by the Bad Manners Horn Section and a stellar line up of musicians hell-bent on recreating the sound of The Style Council.

Squire were named after a shop called Squires which they originally rehearsed above. They released the first single of the Mod Revival genre "Get Ready to Go" in March 1979. 

Squire went on to record five albums and ten singles, including the sunshine pop album "Get Smart" in 1983.

The Vapors are a new wave band who formed in 1978. Discovered by Bruce Foxton of The Jam (who went on to be their co-manager with John Weller), The Vapors released the classic singles 'Turning Japanese', 'News at Ten', 'Jimmie Jones', 'Prisoners', 'Waiting for the Weekend', 'Spiders' and two LP's 'Magnets' and 'New Clear Days' before splitting in 1982.