Vive Le Rock Awards Return For 2024

After last year’s sensational Vive Le Rock Awards at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, which we said would be our last, well… It would be rude not to come back and do it all again!

Ruts DC

Ruts DC (Press)
Ruts DC (Press)

So, Friday April 12th will see the whole rock extravaganza steam roll into London’s O2 Academy Islington for another packed show of unique collaborations, celebrations and one-off performances. And 2024 is going to be a punky reggae party with a bill topped by original ’70s punks Jimmy Pursey, Sham 69 and Ruts DC performing a special never-to-be-repeated set with special guests, we can also now announce an intimate performance from Theatre Of Hate/Spear Of Destiny man Kirk Brandon, special guest performances from the iconic Toyah, rock ‘n’ roll king Jim Jones and the one and only Saffron from Republica, as well as new UK punks Grade 2 and Lily from fast rising punks The Meffs!

Toyah (Dod Morrison)

Toyah (Dod Morrison)
Toyah (Dod Morrison)

And that’s not forgetting the mighty Vive Le Rockers all-star band, led by the inimitable Paul-Ronney Angel!

A five hour show with a full programme of awards, winners and celebrity presenters, there’s only one place to be in April and that’s the 2024 VLRs!

“It’s no exaggeration to say that last year’s Vive Le Rock Awards was many peoples show of 2023,” says Vive Le Rock editor Eugene Butcher. “And this year we have more unique collaborations, one off performances and special guests for a wild night for friends old and new to join together and celebrate these legends of rock ‘n’ roll!”

Tickets and special VIP packages including after show party, VLR Two Tone Annual and special Awards T-shirt are available HERE.


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