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The Garage in Islington has been a mainstay of London’s music scene since 1993, hosting bands such as Oasis, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Radiohead and more.
Now owned by the DHP Family (the guys behind Oslo in Hackney), the whole venue was refurbished in 2017 with a view to maintaining its title as one of the city’s landmark music venues.
The Garage itself has a capacity of 650 and has been restored to its former glory with a state-of-the-art soundsystem and a fully refurbished bar area. There are some decent food offerings on-site as well with the newly kitted out General Store and even a cheeky night club tucked upstairs, renamed Thousand Island, decked out with mirrorballs galore.
Opened in 1993, The Garage quickly established itself as the capital’s finest indie and rock venue; performing at the venue is a rite of passage for many bands. The venue has also hosted a number of underplays, with The Killers, Mumford & Sons and Suede being among some of the more recent acts to pack the venue.