The International London Tattoo Convention are proud to present LTC LIVE, two evenings of incredible live music and entertainment in our brand new Main Stage Area. Evening tickets are now on sale for the exclusive use of our music, entertainment and bar areas this September 22nd & 23rd...
Friday Night Music only ticket from 7pm until close: £15
Saturday night only ticket from 7pm until close: £20
The International London Tattoo Convention proudly presents LTC LIVE, two evenings of live music and entertainment in our brand new Main Stage area...
The London Tattoo Convention are proud to present LIVE@LTC, two evenings of incredible live music and entertainment in our brand new Main Stage Area. We are very excited to announce MALLORY KNOX as Friday 22nd September's headliners, following the hugely successful release of their breakthrough album 'Wired'...
London's heavy metal legends Orange Goblin are set to take The London Tattoo Convention by storm as they headline the Main Stage on Saturday 24th September. This week, we caught up with frontman Ben Ward to talk about music, touring and tattoos...
The 12th International London Tattoo Convention 2016 are proud to present Raging Speedhorn the sludge metal band from Corby Northamptonshire, they will be performing on Friday night 23rd Sept.
The band later announced their reunion on February 18th 2014, confirming they’ll be appearing at Sonisphere Festival in July & Damnation Festival in November 2014 in the UK. Both John Loughlin and Frank Regan would feature on vocals, with the band showcasing tracks from their debut album & “WWBDT”. The band confirmed that former Charger guitarist Jim Palmer would be taking Gareth Smith’s place, due to Gareth relocating to Sweden several years earlier.
On July 3rd 2014, the band played a sold-out hometown show with support from The Darkhorse and Heart of a Coward as a warm-up prior to playing at Sonisphere two days later. On July 7th 2014, an eleven-date UK tour was announced. In March 2015 the band played as part of Hard Rock Hell in Wales, and later in the year played as part of Bloodstock Festival in Derby. They also completed two further tours, one as main support to Will Haven in May 2015 & a second headline tour in December 2015.
The band recentlyreleased their new album, titled "Lost Ritual", this year.
The 12th International London Tattoo Convention are proud to present London's own heavy metal band 'Orange Goblin' on Saturday night, 24th Sept 2016.
“‘Back from the Abyss’ is the sound of Orange Goblin firing on all cylinders!” roars frontman Ben Ward. “From the Sabbathian, weighty-groove of ‘Sabbath Hex’, the Motörhead-styled punk snarl of ‘The Devil’s Whip’, the epic, Maiden-esque gallop of ‘Mythical Knives’, through to the apocalyptic Doom of ‘The Shadow Over Innsmouth’; this is the best of all of our individual influences pulled together. We have created the definitive Orange Goblin album. Following the great, worldwide reception of ‘A Eulogy For The Damned’ and the subsequent 2 years of touring everywhere, we knew we had a lot to live up to. But we were prepared and entered the studio armed with an arsenal of killer riffs! They are all present on this album, continuing the Orange Goblin trend of never being afraid to move forward or trying something new. By doing so we have created a unique, heavy sound that lies somewhere between doom, stoner, classic metal, 70’s inspired heavy-rock, punk, blues and everything in between. We worked with Jamie Dodd again as he did such a great job on the last record and I think he has even gone one better this time around! Adding Jamie’s amazing production to the outstanding performances and songwriting of the band, we have made an album we are all very proud of. Our last album gave the band new life and sent us off into the unknown. This new album sees Orange Goblin stretching the limits once more… ‘Back From The Abyss’ and ready to rock all over again!!”
It's official - rock is back! - The Broken Chords return to The London Tattoo Convention Sept 2016 to rock the hell out to Tobacco Dock!
2016 brings a busy start for the boys with the release of their new self-titled EP ‘Broken Chords’. Showcasing a natural progression in sound and song writing, this EP really sets the band apart from the others. This record brings you everything you’d expect from a great rock band, and so much more.
VOODOO STAGE PERFORMANCE TIMES:
4.30pm - to 5.15pm: Vince Ray and the Boneshakers
6.30pm - 7.30pm: Carousel Vertigo
8.30pm - 9.30pm: Big Joe Bone
10.30pm - 11.45pm: Geno Washington and the Ram Jam band
4.30pm - 4.45pm: Sally Axl and the Inkdolls
6.30pm - 7.15pm: Vince Ray and the Boneshakers
8.30pm - 9.30pm: Henry's Funeral Shoe
10.00pm - 10.30pm: Saturday Tattoo Competition
10.30pm - 11.45pm: Alabama 3 Alabama 3 'Acoustic Band'
2.30pm - 3.15pm: Vince Ray and the Boneshakers
4.30pm - 5.00pm: Paul Ronney Angel
6.00pm - 8pm: The Main Tattoo Competition
THE FUEL STAGE:
Performances are 1 hour sets 2 times a day featuring the following:
2. Elegy Ellem
3. Cervena Fox
4. Headline Act: The Fuel Girls
FUEL STAGE PERFORMANCE TIMES:
Friday Show 1: 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Friday Show 2: 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Saturday Show 1: 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Saturday Show 2: 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Sunday Show 1: 1.30pm - 2.30pm
Sunday Show 2: 5.00pm - 6.00pm
Geno Washington an undisputed Master of Soul will be performing on the Voodoo Stage at the International London Tattoo Convention 2015
Geno Washington has released thirteen studio albums since 1966 and has performed alongside James Brown, The Rolling Stones, Bo Diddley and The Everly Brothers, to name but a few. He is back on tour with The Ram Jam Band aged 70, rocking crowds harder than ever.
See the awesome Carousel Vertigo live at the International London Tattoo Convention 2015 on the famous Voodoo Stage.
The crunch of a Gibson Guitar through a 1970s Marshall amp, urgent and sweaty grooves, melodic lyrics belted out with the ferocity of a white-hot blowtorch. It’s all been done before, right? – but Carousel Vertigo puts forth the abandon of this era as if you were really at the Winterland, say, sometime in the summer of 1973 or ‘74. It’s a new playlist, but one that has the authentic power to transport any Neo-Classic rock fan back to that golden age when rock was king.